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Children’s Commissioner

Asked why the Government was reviewing the role of the Children’s Commissioner, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that we appreciated the work that the current and previous Children Commissioners had done; the role had been in operation for 5 years now and it was time to have an open review. We wanted to listen to stakeholders and see what they had to say about how the role was operating and what we needed to do to improve it.

Asked if the role would be scrapped, the PMS said that that was not the purpose of the review; it was to look at the role five years on from its creation and see how we could do things better.

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