Of Course In Real Life Social Workers Are Far WORSE Than The One Shown In EastEnders
Of course in real life social workers are far WORSE than the one shown in EastEnders who was far nicer than the horrible lot in real life ! Social workers are nearly all cruel, overbearing, heartless, dictators who actually enjoy taking children from mothers who love them. In real life Lola’s baby would have been marked down for future adoption immediately.
Social services just laugh at the idea and concentrate on topping their new “adoption scorcards” as priority. When a child is continually beaten like Baby P he is poor adoption material and left to die ,but for example a mother who grew up in care and was raped in care has her baby confiscated at birth for “risk”. Highly paid charlatans (experts) are regularly drafted in to the family courts to diagnose borderline personality disorders as well as making forecasts (with crystal balls?).
At risk of emotional abuse?
When children aged 6-12 are taken into care they are treated worse than the worst criminals. Their mobile phones and laptops confiscated to isolate them from family and friends. Parents are allowed closely supervised contact only if they sign an undertaking not to say they love and miss them or want them home,not to discuss the case,not to speak a foreign language to foreign children,not to cry or show undue emotion etc etc . Murderers and rapists are allowed phone calls out from prison and visitors with uncensored conversation but these poor children (often taken when half asleep in the middle of the night) are denied these basic facilities.
Social workers outraged by EastEnders storyline about baby Lexi
The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) is engaged in a battle with the BBC over a storyline in EastEnders.
Last Friday, the TV soap featured a social worker removing a baby from a teenage mother, Lola, apparently without sufficient grounds to do so.
The BASW immediately condemned the plot. It accused BBC producers of being “too lazy and arrogant” to get their portrayal of the child protection process right.
Many social workers took to Twitter and Facebook to say the episode made a mockery of their profession. Continue reading
IN THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT His Honour Arthur Anthony JUDGE RUMBELOW QC A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.
CASE NUMBER NN13P00882