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Two children whose destitute illegal immigrant parents were accused of using them as "puppets" in a fight to get state cash should be placed for adoption in Britain, a judge has ruled. Mr Justice Keehan says adoption will be in the "welfare best interest" of the children - who are…
Town halls will be forced to carry on making deep cuts to services despite imposing inflation-busting tax rises, councils have warned. Local authorities are being pushed "perilously close to the financial edge" and most will have to continue to divert funds into social care services "at breaking point", the Local…
The chief executive of Britain's biggest local authority is to leave his post as the council grapples with a multi-million pound budget black hole. Mark Rogers is stepping down from his £180,000-a-year post with Labour-led Birmingham City Council just months after the authority was told it would need to plug…
Nurses, social workers and teaching assistants will be among EU workers lobbying MPs today over their right to remain in the UK. The move is aimed at urging the Government to guarantee that citizens will be able to stay in this country post-Brexit. Campaigners are pressing the Prime Minister to…
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