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Care home staff dished out horrific beatings to children, BBC probe claims 


Care home staff dished out horrific beatings to children and even TORTURED them by pouring vinegar on cuts, BBC probe claims

  • Incidents allegedly include vulnerable children being beaten and locked outside
  • A child rubbed washing up liquid over his arms ‘so the night staff can’t grab me’

Children in care homes were subjected to a catalogue of horrific physical abuse and let down by the authorities who repeatedly failed to step in, it has been revealed.

Incidents allegedly included vulnerable children being beaten, locked outside naked in freezing temperatures, having vinegar poured on cuts and being fed a spoon of chilli flakes as a punishment.

A child at one home would rub washing up liquid over his arms ‘so the night staff can’t grab me’, it was claimed. The…



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