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Cameron: Adoption plans 'no flash in pan'.

DAVID Cameron said that his plans to create a faster adoption process are not "a Prime Ministerial flash in the pan".

Addressing a group of parents who have adopted children or begun the adoption process, the Prime Minister said the priority was to give youngsters the chance to grow up in a loving home, regardless of their ethnicity. He said: "I promise this isn't a Prime Ministerial flash in the pan - I've made this an issue and I'm going to keep coming back to it."

Speaking at South Acton Children's Centre in south west London, Mr Cameron said: "I was at an adoption centre in October, I'm back here now in March and, as Arnold Schwarznegger said, 'I'll be back' because I really want to keep chasing this issue and make sure we do all the things necessary, including primary legislation."
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Date:Mar 10, 2012
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