There is something unsettling about the growing tiff between the child and family agency, Tusla, and Scouting Ireland.
As presented, the story is one of a state body charged with protecting children calling to account an organisation which had a poor record of protecting children.
Except a few things don’t add up. And old questions resurface as to the guiding principle of a state body charged with protecting or assisting citizens. Is the body’s primary concern the citizens? Or is it the body itself?
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