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The deadline for written submissions was Friday 15 January 2016.
The Committee invites short written submissions on the purpose, scope and conduct of the review, and would particularly like to hear from people who have worked in children’s homes or other residential care settings, and young people with experience of residential care placements. We are seeking views on the purpose, scope and conduct of the review, rather than duplicates of submissions made to the review.
Evidence given by Sir Martin Narey, Lead, Children’s residential care review
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Education Committee set to question Sir Martin Narey on conclusion of residential care review