The outgoing head of Cafcass on his fight to turn around the once ‘disastrous’ family court support service for children

When Anthony Douglas was interviewed for Society Guardian on his first day as chief executive of the quango that represents children in the family courts, he reckoned it might take two or three years to get the then deeply troubled organisation on the right track. As it turned out, MPs were still condemning it as unfit for purpose six years later.

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