‘Social work isn’t falling to bits – it has some deep challenges to which we can provide remedies’ | Community Care

It only takes a few minutes in Sir Alan Wood’s company before his reputation for plain speaking shows itself to be accurate. The chair of the children’s social care What Works Centre, who has been in post since early summer, begins advancing an argument that his new organisation’s role shouldn’t extend to driving reform. “It’s […]

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