Care staff foreign aid plan

PRESSURES on social workers in Suffolk are so great that council chiefs may have to start recruiting from abroad, it emerged today.The revelation comes after it emerged that swamped social services staff failed to act on warnings over the safety of a 16-month old boy, who subsequently died.

PRESSURES on social workers in Suffolk are so great that council chiefs may have to start recruiting from abroad, it emerged today.

The revelation comes after it emerged that swamped social services staff failed to act on warnings over the safety of a 16-month old boy, who subsequently died.

See tonight's Evening Star for the full story.

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