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14 May 2013
The system of civil court orders designed to prevent sexual abuse of children in Britain is "not fit for purpose", according to a new report. The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop), which commissioned the report, said it received almost 19,000 reports of sexual abuse and exploitation in the last year - a record number .
| 01 May 2013
01 May 2013
A report providing detailed information of food consumption and the nutrient intakes of infants and young children (four to 18 months) in Scotland is now available on the Scottish Government website.
The Scottish Government and the Food Standards Agency in Scotland (FSAS) funded a boost to the Department of health (DH) and Food Standards Agency (FSA) commissioned Diet and Nutrition Survey of Infants and Young Children (DNSIYC) in 2011.
This report, the Diet and Nutrition Survey of Infants and Young Children in Scotland (DNSIYCS) provides the only source of high quality nationally representative detailed information on food consumption and nutrient intakes of infants and young children aged 4 to 18 months, living in private households in Scotland.
The UK report is published on the Department of Health website.
Download the full report here.