Duty of care of "corporate parents";In brief

19th February 1999 at 00:00
Councillors have a duty as "corporate parents" to ensure that children in care get a good education, according to health minsiter John Hutton. "As a corporate parent you can see to it that children looked after by your authority receive the best that society can offer, the care and security that all children deserve," he said.

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