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#National Review Panel for Serious Incidents and Child Deaths

# national-review-panel-for-serious-incidents-and-child-deaths - Tuesday 27 November, 2018

Denis Naughten welcomes report which says broadband plan 'was not tainted' by dinners

The review relied on statements by Naughten, David McCourt and others as no formal minutes were taken at these meetings.

# national-review-panel-for-serious-incidents-and-child-deaths - Tuesday 18 October, 2011

Ireland will do whatever "humanly possible" to stop children dying in care - Kenny

Enda Kenny assures the Dáil that the State will do whatever it must to ensure that no more children die in its care.

Twenty-two young people died while known to State care services

The deaths took place over nine months in 2010, and include four cases of suicide.