Our expert says:
If it were to be reported to social welfare they would investigate. From there they would state what would need to change, for example, having a childminder when she is not there. If from their assessment they felt the children were at risk the worst case scenario would be removal, but all efforts would be made to not do that and find solutions.
Having suitable child care is vital and will resolve this problem.
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