New Tusla chief was embroiled in child death controversy in Scotland

New Tusla chief was embroiled in child death controversy in Scotland
Outgoing chief executive Gordon Jeyes Picture:Rollingnews

Fred McBride linked to case of Brandon Muir

The incoming chief executive of Tusla, the child protection agency, was head of child protection services in Dundee when the local authority’s services were criticised following the death of a toddler.

An independent report found shortcomings in the authority’s handling of the case of 23-month-old Brandon Muir, who was killed by his mother’s boyfriend, Robert Cunningham.

While the report found that “there was little opportunity to prevent the fatal assault on Brandon”,...

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