Southampton social services apologise after child deaths

Children's social services in Southampton have 'said sorry' for the deaths of two brothers - and the abuse of several other children.

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Children's social services 'say sorry' for death of two boys

The children's social services in Southampton have apologised following the death of two brothers.

It comes after three serious case reviews have revealed how ten children in their care were not looked after as social workers could not cope with the high workload.

Jayden and Bradley Adams who died in the care of Southampton children's social services Credit: Daily Echo

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The two boys, Jayden and Bradley Adams, died after they 'slipped through the net' of the social services and one girl was also found with 92 injuries as well as drugs in her system.

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