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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sefton Council has responded to the appointment of a new commissioner to help turn around its troubled children’s services. Paul Boyce has been appointed as the new commissioner responsible for Sefton Council's children’s services following a review carried out by previous commissioner Paul Moffat, which was released last month. Mr Moffat said that while improvements were being made at Sefton children’s services, these were not coming quickly enough. READ MORE: First picture of 'lovely' man killed at rail station However, Mr Moffat held back from recommending the council relinquish control of the service, which received an inadequate Ofsted rating following an inspection carried out earlier this year.
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. Sefton Council told the ECHO it welcomes the new commissioner, who had also recently been appointed as chair of its improvement board. A spokesperson for Sefton Council said: “We welcome the appointment of a new commissioner, Paul Boyce who will work with us to provide support, guidance and challenge as we continue on our improvement journey “We have already established a robust and positive working relationship with Paul as he is currently the independent chair of the Children’s Improvement Board here in Sefton. “He will continue as chair alongside this new position and we look forward to working with him to give Sefton children and young people the services they deserve.” Get the top stories straight to your inbox by signing up to our what's on newsletter READ NEXT: Vile woman jumped into grandad's car and battered him on driveway Famous brand that started from humble beginnings on Merseyside First people move in at council's 'luxury' housing company Controversial match day parking firm sent money to Salford Find the coins hidden on the ECHO website for the chance to win a £200 voucher
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