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.

Thousands more children at risk

Huge crackdown on children’s services after Baby P inquiry as 28 councils are named and shamed over failed care.

Leading article: Conventional wisdom and terrible consequences

The report into Haringey children's services demands radical action

In 16 pages, the errors that cost the life of a 17-month-old

A devastating picture of child protection failings in Haringey has been revealed by the report of an inspection team sent into the authority after Baby P's death.

Baby P and Haringey Council - the key players

Following a scathing report into failings exposed by the Baby P tragedy, two senior figures on Haringey Council quit today and another was removed from her post. But who were the key players?

Baby P: Ed Ball's statement in full

Here is the full statement issued by the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, Ed Balls, on the report into children's services in Haringey:

Top councillors lose jobs over Baby P

Three senior figures from Haringey Council lost their jobs today over the Baby P tragedy.

Sentencing postponed in Baby P case

The sentencing of Baby P's mother and two men involved in his death was put off to the Spring today.

Baby P figures survive motion of no confidence

Two senior councillors involved in the Baby P case survived an attempt to remove them from their posts last night, at a highly charged council meeting in Haringey.

Outcry over gag on Baby P report

As MPs demand review, internet and poster campaign targets parents

Baby P doctor 'deeply affected by tragic death'

A doctor accused of failing to spot Baby P's broken ribs and back during an examination has spoken of the "shocking and tragic circumstances of his death".

Prosecutors failed to act on Baby P warning

Three doctors said the toddler's injuries suggested 'non-accidental harm'

Baby P: The official files

Detailed documents chronicling every tragic moment in the short and horrific life of Baby P can be revealed for the first time today.

Police wanted Baby P in care, programme reveals

Police wanted to place Baby P in care but were persuaded by social services to return him to his abusive mother, a documentary reveals today.

Fury mounts over child's death

Anger over the death of Baby P appeared to be reaching boiling point in Haringey as the majority Labour group on the council held an emergency meeting to discuss the tragedy.

Nasty, brutish and short: The horrific life of Baby P

At just 17 months, a little boy was tortured to death. Why did social services fail to prevent this tragedy? Nina Lakhani and Andrew Johnson investigate
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