Thursday, February 23, 2012

Gove sets out his thoughts on adoption

Education Secretary Michael Gove has today given a speech setting out his views on adoption and the reform of the adoption system, ahead of the publication next month of the government's adoption action plan. You can read some of what he said on Family Law Week here, another report in The Telegraph here and a slightly different take on his comments in Children & Young People Now, here.

Meanwhile, here is a short video interview with Mr Gove from The Telegraph, in which he discusses his own experience of adoption:

4 comments:

  1. There is also this article giving a slightly different slant to the contents of the speech: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielknowles/100139118/michael-gove-bravely-stands-up-for-social-workers-the-lepers-of-public-service/

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  2. i always assumed he had been brought up by slightly camp wolves.

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