Response to fostering story in The Times

A spokesperson for Tower Hamlets Council said:
"While we cannot go into details of a case that would identify a child in foster care, there are inaccuracies in the reporting of it.
"For example, the child is in fact fostered by an English speaking family of mixed race in this temporary placement.
"We would like to give more details but we are legally restricted to do so.
"Tower Hamlets Council has the welfare of children at the heart of what we do. The decision to choose foster carers for a child is based on a number of factors including cultural background and proximity to promote contact with the child’s family and the child’s school in order to give them as much stability as possible.
We have always been working towards the child being looked after by a family member and we continue to do so."

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