The first-page title of today’s The Times newspaper read: “Christian child forced into Muslim foster care”. The news report by Andrew Norfolk, the Chief Investigative Reporter for The Times, was about the six-month ordeal of a five-year-old girl. The local authority took her from her family and allegedly forced her to live with Muslim foster carers in London – not once, but twice. One of the families allegedly removed her necklace with a cross, prohibited her from having her favourite Italian carbonara meal because it had bacon and encouraged her to learn Arabic. The child also showed distress in returning to the foster family because “they don’t speak English”.