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1 A Child in Trust: The Report of the Panel of Inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Jasmine Beckford-1985. Chairman: L. Blom-Cooper. Wembley: London Borough of Brent.
2 Compare also Tyra Henry Death Inquiry (Lambeth) (1987): Daily Telegraph, p 2, Friday, 18 December 1987.
3 British Paediatric Association and British Association of Paediatric Surgeons (1973) Introductory comment from BPA & BAPS, British Medical Journal, 4, 656660.
4 Oliver, J. E. (1976) Chapter 3 (ps 33 and 34). In The Challenge of Child Abuse Ed. Franklin, A. W. (from Proceedings of Conference of 2–4 June 1976 sponsored by the Royal Society of Medicine) London: Academic Press and New York: Grune & Stratton.
5 Oliver, J. E. & Graham, W. (1985) Generations of Maltreated Children in NE Wilts. Oxford University Unit of Clinical Epidemiology/Oxford Record Linkage Study. Oxford RHA.
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