Social workers see sense – in Ireland not Nottinghamshire!

Christopher Booker reports in The Telegraph about Vicky’s latest developments:

a Doncaster district judge issued a warrant for the arrest of Vicky Haigh;

after a senior criminal lawyer (and friend of Miss Haigh’s), wrote to the judge, he lifted the warrant and adjourned the case until July 6;

Because of the controversial background of her case, which I cannot report but about which John Hemming MP has written to South Yorkshire’s chief constable and the Director of Public Prosecutions, she plans to ask that it is heard by a Crown Court before a jury.

Meanwhile, Nottinghamshire social services recently wrote to their Irish counterparts, asking for a joint case conference to discuss baby Sapphire’s future. The Irish social workers, who know Miss Haigh and the baby well, replied that they could see no need for such a meeting.

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3 Responses to Social workers see sense – in Ireland not Nottinghamshire!

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