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Social Services worked from home while children they supervised were murdered


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A review ordered by the Education Secretary after the horrendous deaths of children Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has revealed relatives' concerns were "too often disregarded" by social services.

Both children were murdered by their parents partners' throughout lockdown, while the social services staff responsible worked from home and conducted "virtual visits" over FaceTime.

On Thursday, a new review discovered that the remote working arrangements led to a "fragmented" oversight of child abuse cases and a vagueness surrounding social worker accountability.


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Depressingly familiar.  'lessons will be learnt' no doubt.

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