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'Social workers must learn from Hamzah Khan case'

The chief executive of The College of Social Work, Annie Hudson, has said a number of tell-tale signs were missed in the case of Hamzah Khan.

A serious case review found that Khan, who was starved to death by his mother, was let down by the agencies that were supposed to protect him.

Khan's decomposed body was found in his Bradford home in 2011, almost two years after he died.

  • 13 Nov 2013
  • From the section UK
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