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Walking Dead actress who suffered years of abuse at children's homes says care system 'still not fit for purpose'

Independent Sunday, 15 December 2019
'If we continue to privatise children's homes or any aspect of care of other people and we monetise it, it becomes a very dangerous game,' says Samantha Morton, who grew up in Nottinghamshire care homes
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News video: Highland County family begs for better supervision of foster children

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Debbie Miller says her 5-year-old grandson weighed 28 pounds when he was removed from the care of his aunt and uncle six months ago. The uncle now stands charged with endangering children, which Miller says is a good start. She'd prefer the foster care system never put children in that position at...

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