Just been reading a story in The Scotsman about a rehabilitation programme in Skye, Scotland:
[These children’s] lives have been anything but straightforward. Drugs, crime, bullying, broken families and the grim reality of racial prejudice are just some of the difficulties they have had to contend with, sapping their self‐esteem, offering little prospect in the future of a job, a home, a settled family life.
It sounds tragic. Where do these poor children live?
These children are from Camberwell, one of London’s most deprived areas.