Babies taken into care will be looked after by the families who hope to adopt them under government plans to reduce the disruption that many suffer in real life.
David Cameron has told The Times that ministers will legislate to make fostering by approved adopters 'standard practice' for infants under 1, so they can have a more stable side.
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