Without a trace
Wednesday, June 8, 2005
Investigations into high-profile cases have highlighted shortcomings in the way children brought into the UK are recorded and protected, reports Beatrix Campbell When the Metropolitan police announced recently that inquiries into the disappearance of the boy known as Adam had uncovered 300 missing black boys - all around the same age, and almost all of them African - the implications were awesome.
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