Baby P

Baby P

A cause célèbre in which a 17-month-old boy died after months of physical abuse—more than 50 injuries were documented—in Haringay, London, in August 2007.
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THE number of children in care has risen to its highest level for nearly 25 years following the death of Baby P and a spate of child sex exploitation scandals, the Government's spending watchdog has said.
A DOCTOR at the centre of the UK's Baby P scandal has been found guilty of professional misconduct by the Irish Medical Council.
The mother who allowed Baby P to be tortured to death has been released from prison after serving time in jail since 2009, according to reports.
Baby P, now named as Peter Connelly, was just 17 months old when he died in Tottenham, north London, at the hands of his mother, Tracey Connelly, her boyfriend Steven Barker and his brother Jason Owen in August 2007.
Baby P, now named as Peter Connelly, was just 17 months old when he died in Tottenham, north London, at the hands of his mother, Tracey Connelly, now serving a prison sentence in Durham's Low Newton, her boyfriend Steven Barker and his brother Jason Owen in August 2007.
But the GMC suspended the doctor rather than strike him off after concluding he did not pose a risk to patients and had taken steps to remedy issues identified through the Baby P case.
FORMER children's services chief Sharon Shoesmith was learning today the result of her High Court battle over her sacking in the wake of the Baby P tragedy.
This did not apply to the friends who were in charge of baby P.
NOW we know the faces behind the monsters responsible for the death of Baby P.
Lynne Featherstone, MP for Hornsey and Wood Green in north London, said footage shown on Monday night's Panorama programme on BBC1 about the death of Baby P showed "clear evidence of deceit by Haringey Council".
READERS were outraged over our revelations that the mother of Baby P wants another baby.
In 2009, Connelly was given an indefinite sentence with a minimum of five years after admitting causing or allowing the death of Baby P.