BABY P MARCH DRAWS THOUSANDS
Large demonstrations, despite the severe weather, in several large cities, reveal the depth of anger and compassion over the failures of social services to protect vulnerable children.
Thousands have taken to the streets in a grassroots campaign, calling for an overhaul of local authorities' children's services, that's been growing since the investigation into the death of Baby P in the London borough of Haringey.
It didn't reveal any such thing. It simply showed that the Diana Syndrome is alive and well and still looking for an outlet.