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Not In Our Name – Daily Fail piece

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‘The Daily Mail article (link here) on adoption support, or lack of it, really woke us from the Christmas bubble with a start says . A very rude awakening and a stark reminder of the differing cultures a…

Please read and share this excellent piece: Not In Our Name

Daily Mail Link: They open their homes to adopt – then find they’ve taken on youngsters who wreck their family. Why do we continue to BETRAY loving parents, asks CAROL SARLER

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