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Another Social Services Error Corrected

The linked story is to another situation where a medical opinion and rather strange analysis resulted in a family being separated for two years.

I haven't seen the detailed judgement, but at least they have managed to resolve the underlying issue. However, the damage that will have been done by state intervention will be difficult to handle.

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The Damage in most cases is beyond repair, you imagine in many cases where by the ss have supported the wrong party in family proceedings only to distress and undermine the childrens rights to the truth, causing smoke screens for all to avoid justice and then to succeed in damaging children who are innocent in the first instance.
This country is never going to wake up while social services have a platform for child welfare, it has to completely reform to occupy a child protection service that really does care about the welfare of children and not take words from abusers as gospel.
how could this be accompliced when this country is in doubt of it own professionals opinions and lapse attitudes of our own child system.
IT does not take a wise old person like my self to need to show that in many cases the SS get their analises back to front, upside down, in other words they are the Topsy Turvey services of this country that operate in such a way each way they turn they cause injustices to surface....Is it about time they realised this pattern in their behaviour.
This fortunate couple are one of the lucky ones, and good grief they will need all the luck for the future, but there are many out there who have tried to fight this system and got know where because of the corupt way this society stands by the Social Services.

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