care space is your space

October 2008
Community Care;10/2/2008, Issue 1741, p14
Several blogs posted in the CareSpace website related to several social care issues are presented including the financial help that social workers gave to their clients because of budget cuts, the governments pledge to legislate child poverty by 2020 and the Labour Party's help to end the recession in Great Britain.


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