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.

Baby P council chief steps down

The chief executive of the local authority criticised for failings in the Baby P tragedy is standing down, she announced today.

The killers: a lethal pairing of inadequacy and sadism

Two lives marked by abuse and cruelty collided with tragic results when Tracey Connelly met Steven Barker

Social worker training 'not fit for purpose'

Rookie recruits to social work are routinely sent out to tackle the most difficult cases - putting children’s lives at risk, according to a report by MPs published today.

Baby P council still failing at risk children, says report

The council criticised over the Baby Peter tragedy is still failing to protect all vulnerable children adequately, a report said today.

Seven quizzed over street beating death

Detectives launched a murder inquiry today after a Polish man was found beaten to death behind a supermarket.

Sentence for Baby P's mother 'disappointing'

The sentence handed down to Baby P's mother today was condemned as "disappointing" by a children's charity.

Baby P's father speaks of horror of son's death

Baby P's natural father was horrified at the knowledge that his son suffered months of pain, fear and loneliness before his death, a court heard today.

Deborah Orr: Who dares 'go beyond their scope'?

In the wake of Baby Peter, it's clear that Haringey didn't want people to ask questions

Sharp rise in care applications after death of Baby P

Care applications have hit a record high following the Baby P tragedy. Councils in England launched 739 legal proceedings involving at-risk children in March, an increase of 37.9 per cent on the previous year and the highest total since 2001.

Dominic Lawson: Sacking social workers will not stem this tide of depravity

What no one seems willing to discuss is the real horror of the Baby P case

Fury as Baby P stepfather is guilty of raping girl aged two

Council under fire because child was on 'at risk' register / Baby P's mother cleared of child cruelty by jury

Baby P 'stepfather' guilty of raping two-year-old

Baby P's "stepfather" is facing a life sentence today after being convicted of raping a two-year-old girl who should have been protected by social workers.

Four Baby P staff are sacked for gross misconduct

Haringey Council has sacked three managers and a social worker for failings of care in the Baby P case, following a five-month investigation.

Sacked Baby P boss requests judicial review

The former children's services chief sacked after the Baby P scandal has launched a judicial challenge against Children's Secretary Ed Balls.

Second Baby P doctor suspended

A second doctor has been suspended from practice over the Baby P case.

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