Britain's press reulgator ruled that The Times distorted its coverage of a case about a Christian girl placed with Muslim foster carers.
It can be a destructive cycle for mothers whose children are taken into care.
Landmark dental findings are likely to be the tip of an iceberg.
Few people are talking about how children in residential care and those in juvenile jail are essentially the same people.
Once a child has left care, their characteristics, the stability of their placement and how they left it influence their chances of re-entering the system.
England has far more forced adoptions than elsewhere in Europe. Is this right?
Examining the data on whether the number of children in care at some point in their childhood has gone up.
A new report finds children in care are less likely to achieve the national minimum standards in literacy and numeracy – with the gap growing as they get older.
Children growing up with other relatives are more likely to be from an ethnic minority.