England's deputy children's commissioner Sue Berelowitz
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Child abuse review: 'Children are being failed'

The Office of the Children's Commissioner has launched a two-year inquiry into how best to tackle the issue of sexual abuse within families, following the publication of a report based on an analysis of 57,226 research studies into child sexual abuse.

England's deputy children's commissioner Sue Berelowitz told the BBC that children were being failed and that the signs of abuse were not being recognised in too many cases

  • 03 Jul 2014
  • From the section UK
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