PM: 'Leave no stone unturned' in Arthur Labinjo-Hughes case

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Boris Johnson has vowed to get to the bottom of how the social services system allowed 6-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes to be murdered by his abusive stepmother. The prime minister said: "What we've got to make sure now is that we learn the lessons about that case … we will leave absolutely no stone unturned to find out exactly what went wrong".

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