Since The Times disappeared behind the great paywall of Murdoch, the Telegraph seems to have taken over the mantle of family justice system basher-in-chief (or at least that's how it appears to me - like most people, I have no idea what The Times is doing nowadays).
In a nice balanced piece of writing yesterday columnist Christopher Booker tells a story that "highlights the ongoing scandal in our social services", in which for no apparent reason a mother is "robbed of her children and incarcerated alongside psychotics who were drugged to the eyeballs". Hard-hitting stuff, and a quick glance at the comments beneath confirms that this story of the evil state has stirred up the anti-system reaction that is was clearly seeking.
Not content with that, the Telegraph stuck another knife in yesterday with an article by Alasdair Palmer, in which he claims that there "will be more cases like Baby P's until the child protection system is fixed". Clearly, the broken system is both taking children away from parents when it shouldn't, and not taking them away when it should, with there being no cases in the middle when the system actually gets it right.
Thank goodness our top journalists are onto the case...