A spokesperson from the Health and Care Professions Council has issued this comment in relation to the investigation of Birmingham City Council's social services department following the death of mother-of-three Natasha Trevis.
We are aware of concerns about a social worker at Birmingham City Council
and are looking into what action, if any, we need to take. We have a duty
of confidentiality to all parties involved so it would not be appropriate
for us to comment further.
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