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Nursery rapist case: 'You must talk to the children'

27 August 2013 Last updated at 13:17 BST

A report into a Birmingham nursery worker who raped a toddler has highlighted a number of key areas of learning.

The review into the case of Paul Wilson at the Little Stars Nursery in Nechells found that both Ofsted and a council were aware he had a "special relationship" with the child but failed to stop it because of poor nursery management and failings in the authorities' inquiries.

Wilson, then 21, was jailed in July 2011.

Jane Held, independent chair for Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board which carried out the review, said the case highlighted the need for authorities to speak to the child involved when suspicions are raised.

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