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If you have previously had a child removed, if you get pregnant again social services will need to be certain that you are able to look after this baby and will work with you to conduct an assessment and support you in getting any help you might need.
Even if your social worker decides that you are not currently able to look after this baby, they need to have evidence to support this conclusion.
The British Association of Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) is another useful source of statistics.
There is no evidence that this is happening in the UK.
Your social worker cannot just refer to the fact that you have had a previous child taken into care, and they need to get an independent judge to agree that there is a sound reason for removing this baby.
We also examine the investigation and referral procedures here.
It is dangerous to suggest that this is happening and that the care system is not the right place for children who are at risk if they stay with their birth families.
Children come into care for many reasons including parental abuse and neglect.
For example, the largest payments in this table were made to Kent County Council, who received £2,156,583 over three years.
Information on the numbers of children placed for adoption by Kent County Council in 2005-2007 is not readily available, but more recent information suggests that the average number is 205 children per year if you look at the adoption scorecard for 2008-11.
Dividing £2,156,586 by 205 would give an average payment of £10,519.93 per child placed for adoption.