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Murdered Logan Mwangi was 'failed during Covid lockdown', damning report finds

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Murdered Logan Mwangi was failed during the Covid lockdown - when multiple opportunities were missed by social services to save the schoolboy, a safeguarding review has found.

The five-year-old was brutally killed by family just weeks after he was "stepped down" from the child protection register. Mum Angharad Williamson, 31, stepdad John Cole, 40, step-brother Craig Mulligan, 14, were sentenced to life in prison for the horrific crime.

The youngster was murdered just five days after Mulligan moved into the family home following a rushed family court decision, despite his violent past and threats made against Logan.

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