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But there is another dimension to the children’s social services crisis. The pot is not only being squeezed. It is leaking. What had been a trickle of public funding for children’s services taken as profits by private companies is now a steady stream. The private sector has substantially infiltrated and colonised children’s social services and social work, with big money being made by the owners and senior managers of commercial companies. Just look at what has already happened in England.
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