News Graham Badman wrote a report on Baby P but another case of neglect later occurred on his watch

The man who commissioned second report into the case of Baby P is facing questions tonight over his role as chair of Haringey’s Local Safeguarding Children’s Board after apologising for yet another child abuse case in the London borough.

The Uncle: 'One of them, at least, is a murderer'

The uncle of Baby P speaks out against the people responsible for his nephew's death

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Leading Article: Where the buck stops

The full facts surrounding the prolonged ill-treatment and death of Baby P, while under the – clearly inadequate – protection of Haringey social services, must await the results of the two inquiries now set up. But enough has emerged to prompt serious disquiet, not just about this appalling case, and not just about procedures at Haringey, but about the fractured relations between the individuals and institutions involved, and between local and national government. In a matter of days, the tragedy of a single child has come to represent the failures of a whole system.

Leading article: A case of neglect that reaches the highest levels

Social services are underfunded, understaffed and failing to do their job

Council says sorry over Baby P's death

The council criticised over Baby P's death apologised today for failing to do more to protect him.

Minister announces review over baby's death

Children's minister Beverley Hughes announced a nationwide independent review of child protection services today after the harrowing death of a toddler.

MPs and charities call for independent investigation

MPs and children's charities called today for an independent investigation into the death of a toddler on the child protection register.

Events ending in tragic death of boy

A 32-year-old man was found guilty at the Old Bailey today of causing or allowing the death of a 17-month-old boy on the child protection register in Haringey, north London. Here is a timeline of events leading to the boy's death.

Public inquiry urged into toddler death

A foundation set up to improve child protection called today for a public inquiry into the death of a 17-month-old toddler.

Tottenham reveal stadium plans

Tottenham have confirmed their intention to build a new 60,000-capacity stadium near their current White Hart Lane ground.

London crime maps go online

Londoners CAN find out how much robbery, burglary and car crime takes place in their areas by logging on to a new Metropolitan Police website.

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Our homes don't need extra power - efficiency, rather than energy, is the key to modern living

Severn Trent lifts dividend payout as bills soar

Severn Trent, the country's biggest quoted water company, sparked fresh controversy yesterday by announcing plans to lift its dividend and make a one-off return of capital to shareholders at the same time as customer bills and leakage rates are rising.

Vonage flotation in US sinking fast

It was supposed to be the most exciting technology company float since Google, but the Wall Street debut of Vonage, the internet telephony pioneer, was not so much a flotation as a shipwreck. And the story descended further into farce yesterday when it emerged the company has told some small investors they need not honour pledges to buy stock.

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