Why don’t Social Services collect the milk for the allergic baby???

11 03 26 Uncollected breast milk 1The baby boy who is allergic to ‘industrial milk’ and needs his mother’s milk for survival, is still in the “care” of Social Services.

This photo shows the milk that the mum is collecting for him, while Social Services don’t pick it up.

What is the “job” they are doing???

Who tells them?

Who pays them?

Who controls the controllers?

Who cuddles and holds the baby?

11 03 26 Uncollected breast milk 2How long is it going to live without his mum’s milk?

Who will be responsible for his murder?

Who will pay compensation to the parents?

This poem says: You are not alone… You have a tribe… We are dropping love bombs here and there…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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3 Responses to Why don’t Social Services collect the milk for the allergic baby???

  1. P Ronald says:

    When is the law going to observed and upheld in the UK again?
    For this is clearly an unlawful issue of criminal negligence and endangerment to life?
    Where yet again and in facing real reality, it shows our government does not care and we do not matter?
    Their forked tongue words of keeping the family together and working for the people can be shown in these ever-rising heartbreaking issues to be no more than a myth.

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