Following a Serious Case Review into sexual assault on a toddler at a Birmingham nursery, a group of charities is calling for the law on reporting child abuse to change.
NAPAC (the National Association for People Abused in Childhood), which is leading the group, wants failure to report suspected or known child abuse to become a criminal offence.
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