Khan report chair to respond to 'constructive questions'

The chair of a serious case review into four-year-old Hamzah Khan's death has said he will respond to the "constructive questions" in a letter from the children's minister about the report.

Professor Nick Frost said: "We will respond fully. We want to share information. We want to be transparent.

Bradford Council's director of children's services Kath Tunstall added that she welcomed the minister's intervention and said his "stringent questions" would help in the process of learning lessons for the future.

Read: Minister seeks answers over Hamzah Khan's care

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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.