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Baby Peter GP suspended

Posted on: July 16, 2010

The General Medical Council today suspended the GP who saw Baby P just 8 days before his death in 2007. Instead of carrying out a full examination, Dr Ikwueke noted that Baby Peter seemed “withdrawn”, was not his “usual happy self” and pulled away during the appointment on July 26th 2007. Just over a week later, Baby P was dead….

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Baby P Sentencing

Posted on: May 22, 2009

The mother of Baby Peter has today been sentenced to an indeterminate period in prison for causing or allowing the death of her son. Her boyfriend, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was handed a 12 year sentence for his part in Baby Peter’s death along with a life sentence for the anal rape of a 2 year old…

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Baby P’s step-father faces life sentence

Posted on: May 5, 2009

The evil step-father of Baby P, who now can have the dignity of being called Baby Peter, has been convicted of raping a two-year old girl who had been on the Haringey Council Child Protection Register for several months. Baby Peter was found dead in his blood-splattered cot on 3rd August 2007. He had suffered unimaginable pain and suffering over…

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Baby P Three lose Jobs

Posted on: December 1, 2008

Three people have lost their jobs after a damning inspectors report into the Baby P case. Sharon Shoesmith, the head of children’s services at Haringey Council, was removed from office following the outcome of the report. George Meehan, the leader of Haringey Council and Liz Santry, the cabinet minister for children and young people, have resigned from their posts. In…

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Councillors survive Baby P votes

Posted on: November 25, 2008

Two Councillors at Haringey Council have survived calls for them to be sacked from their jobs over the tragic death of Baby P. Baby P died in August 2007 following months of horrific abuse despite being visited 60 times by Social Workers and other authorities involved with protecting vulnerable children. The Liberal Democrat Council opposition members at Haringey Council tabled…

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