Painful ending

21st January 2000 at 00:00
PAIN, the only organisation to support parents wrongly accused of child abuse, has had to disband as its pound;40,000 grant from Department of Health has ended. Sue Amphltt, who founded the organisation in 1985, is concerned that innocent parents will have no support system and fears that bad practice will go unchallenged.

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