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.

Ofsted changed Baby P report, papers reveal

Ofsted rewrote a report after the Baby Peter tragedy, making it more critical of former children's services chief Sharon Shoesmith, documents released by the High Court show.

Killer on the run after hospital escape

A prisoner detained under mental health laws for slitting the throat of a butcher was being hunted by police today after escaping from hospital.

Tottenham stadium application not backed

Tottenham's hopes for a new stadium have received a blow after the Government's architectural watchdog refused to fully support the club's Northumberland Development Project.

Confidential Baby P council files left on train

An urgent review has been ordered after a confidential child protection report drawn up by staff at the council involved in the Baby P scandal was left on a train, a spokesman for the authority said today.

Baby P whistle-blower to sue council

Social worker takes action against Haringey Council after exposing failings

Teenager in 'serious' condition after stabbing

A teenage boy remained in hospital today after being stabbed in a suspected gang fight

Communication problems cited in Baby P report

A senior doctor who claimed Baby P could have been saved if concerns about a hospital had been listened to was "taken seriously", according to a report published today.

Why Conservatives failed the test on Islamic schools

Richard Garner explains how the Tory leader's attack on the Government has unravelled

Balls accuses Cameron over Muslim schools claim

A fierce political row over funding for schools with alleged links to Islamist extremists raged on today, with Children's Secretary Ed Balls accusing David Cameron of making false statements in the House of Commons.

Shoesmith lawyers demand Ofsted report drafts

Lawyers acting for Sharon Shoesmith today demanded to be allowed to see drafts of an Ofsted inspectors' report prepared in the wake of the public outcry over the death of Baby P.

Ofsted are accused of changing Haringey report

Ofsted is facing accusations that it covertly downgraded an official assessment of Haringey council from "good" to "inadequate" in wake of the findings surrounding the death of Baby P.

Andreas Whittam Smith: The fine of art of scapegoating

Sharon Shoesmith had no chance to comment on the report into child protection in Haringey

Shoesmith: my suicidal thoughts over Baby P

Haringey children's services chief sacked over abuse case begins appeal

Baby P chief's dismissal a 'breach of natural justice'

The former children's services chief who lost her job over the Baby P tragedy was the victim of a "flagrant breach of the rules of natural justice" that left her shocked, ruined her career and led her to thoughts of suicide, the High Court heard today.

Serious failings found in council's child services

Serious problems in child protection services at three councils have been uncovered following surprise inspections, it was revealed today.

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