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anyone affected by a false allegation of abuse

New book available at Amazon

19/03/2014
'Can't Explain' is an invaluable resource for all parents going through difficult times associated with family breakdown.
New book available at Amazon »

Jail social workers who take children without telling parents why, says Britain's top family judge

25/10/2013
The country’s most senior family judge launched a furious attack on social workers who failed to tell parents why their children were being adopted – and suggested that in future the same offence could carry a jail term.
Jail social workers who take children without telling parents why, says Britain's top family judge »

Upcoming Events

22/10/2013
Two interesting events coming up shortly.
Upcoming Events »

Revised Working Together Guidance

21/03/2013
Revised Working Together guidance introduces checks on local safeguarding boards.
Revised Working Together Guidance »

Voluntary organisation slams CPS

17/03/2013
The False Allegation Support Organisation (FASO) have slammed the CPS over a misleading report on false allegations, for sweeping under the carpet the devastation it makes to those wrongly accused.
Voluntary organisation slams CPS »

Social workers urged to re-register with regulator

09/01/2013
Social workers not registered with the HCPC are not allowed to practise
Social workers urged to re-register with regulator »

BBC Looking for Wrongly Accused

24/10/2012
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat is preparing a news story relating to young women being prosecuted for making false rape allegations.
BBC Looking for Wrongly Accused »

Teacher suspected of abuse given anonymity

03/10/2012
Graham Stuart chair of the Commons Education Select Committee, along with the committee have been able to amend the 2011 Education Act
Teacher suspected of abuse given anonymity »

FAMILY's Action Required by Parents

20/08/2012
FAMILY's Action required by parents
FAMILY's Action Required by Parents »


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