Sturgeon on 'lessons' from Liam Fee case
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Nicola Sturgeon on 'lessons' from Liam Fee case

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended the controversial "named person" legislation, amid criticism that a similar scheme proved ineffective in preventing the abuse suffered by Liam Fee.

The boy's mother and her civil partner were convicted of abusing and killing him in Fife, where the council was operating a similar scheme.

BBC Scotland's social affairs correspondent Reevel Alderson reports.

  • 01 Jun 2016
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