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Stephen Knafler QC has written an article published on the Legal Action Group Social Care Law website discussing the Supreme Court decision in Poole BC v GN and CN [2019] UKSC 25, [2019] 2 WLR 1478, that Poole did not owe vulnerable children a duty to take reasonable care to exercise its functions under the Children Act 1989 so as to protect them from injury resulting from the extremely anti-social conduct of neighbours.

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