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Quest Monday News Issue 29: 28 February

Thought for Today... “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.”

Shrove Tuesday, 1 March

Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday. Lent – the 40 days leading up to Easter – was traditionally a time of fasting and on Shrove Tuesday,

What parents need to know about NFTs

You may recall from last year that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sold the first ever tweet for $2.9 million. Three months later, someone paid $4 million for a version of the popular ‘Doge’ meme. How, though, does anyone sell a tweet or a meme? Given that they were freely available on the internet in the first place, why were they so expensive? Welcome to the complex world of NFTs.

Review launched into safeguarding people from carer abuse at home

Government probe will examine whether Care Act and other safeguarding measures provide sufficient protection for people receiving care at home, following concerns raised by disabled people's organisations

‘Why did no one ask me?’ The question no child sexual abuse victim should ever have to ask

Too often, confusion around child protection guidance drives over-cautious responses to concerns around child sexual abuse. A new guide aims to give professionals the knowledge and confidence to act, explains Anna Glinski

‘Insufficient social workers to meet need’ in town where Arthur Labinjo-Hughes died, probe finds

Inspection finds staffing problems at Solihull council worsened after court case for child's murder, and calls for urgent action to reduce delays at children's services 'front door' and improve local multi-agency working




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