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Zero-hour contracts are impacting the ability of care workers to provide an effective level of care to service users. A new report from Manchester Metropolitan University suggests that these employment contracts increase anxiety around job security and hamper reliability in the independent care sector, creating strain and dissatisfaction with service…
A woman who was awarded an OBE for services to the vulnerable has spoken out after being wrongly accused of child cruelty. Aideen Jones, 63, and her husband Denis, 66, were acquitted of all five charges relating to child cruelty towards two boys between 1975 and 1980 whilst working at…
New research from Barnardo's Cymru and Wrexham Glyndwr University has highlighted the risk of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in North Wales. The research, launched to mark CSE Awareness Day (Friday 18 March), confirms the link between running away and going missing and the risk of sexual exploitation for children and…
As a Tory secretary of state for Labour-voting Wales, he was once described as having the "loneliest job in politics". But with his appointment as Work and Pensions Secretary, Stephen Crabb has been brought firmly into the Westminster fold. Mr Crabb, who was elected MP for his home constituency of…
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