...for the British government's intention to relax adoption regulations to make it easier for white couples to adopt black, Asian or mixed-heritage children. Under existing rules social workers wait to try to find a racial match but this delays the adoption process and at the moment there are 65'000 children in care, many of whom have grown too old to be suitable for adoption. “A loving, stable, permanent home should be the first consideration” said Children's Minister Tim Loughton.


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