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Starved boy review concerns

The children's minister has said he has "deep concerns" about the serious case review into the death of a four year old boy who was starved by his mother. Hamzah Khan's body was found in a cot in his Bradford home in 2011 - two years after he died.

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'No-one could have known' about starved boy

Hazel Dow who knew Amanda Hutton and her family says nobody would have had a clue what went on inside the house where Hamzah died. Credit: ITV News

A woman who knew Amanda Hutton and her family has told ITV News that there was no way anyone could have realised that four year old Hamzah Khan had starved to death.

Hazel Dow spoke after today's controversial Serious Case Review into Hamzah's death.

She told Calendar:

"We had an inkling that maybe it wasn't great in that house. But I think nobody would have had a clue of how bad it was.

"Because there was a bit of a 'keep away' feel to the house we didn't want to intrude."

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