Ombudsman can help

2nd June 2006 at 01:00
Pupils who have been let down by the education, care or housing services provided by their council have been urged to contact the Local Government Ombudsman, which handles complaints against local authorities.

"It is a free service and we can often recommend some form of restitution," said Jerry White, one of three local government ombudsmen for England. More information from

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