Jenny Molloy was just nine years old when she walked into a police station with her two younger brothers and asked to be taken into care. Now thirty years on, Jenny has told her story in a book, which describes the chaotic childhood with her parents and the care system that she says saved her. The book is called Hackney Child, and penned under the name Hope Daniels.
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