The U.K. finds itself in the same pickle as we do in the U.S (The Independent, 11/9/18).
That pickle is the one in which authorities charged with protecting children have far too little money with which to do the job. There are too many cases and too few caseworkers to handle them. And the number of cases is increasing, pointing to a potential crisis in the years to come.
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