The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Looked-after Children and Care leavers has been set up so MPs can discuss issues facing Looked-after Children in the UK.
The main question discussed was whether LAC/LC young people should recieve different levels of service depending on their Local Authority, or should there be a national minimum standard of services. The event was attended by Tim Loughton MP and Edward Timpson MP. See full minutes by clicking on the link below.
The next APPG will be held on the 13 June 2012 from 5.00 - 7.00pm at Portcullis House, Westminster. If you want to attend, contact Nazia: firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8356 3803. Alternatively speak to your Social Worker or Foster Carer.
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