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Posted by Sara on Friday, November 27, 2009 at 8:51pm.

I hope I have improved this answer and made it better.

Do you think that this inquest led to improvements in the working conditions for climbing boys? Why or Why not?

Yes, for sure improvements were made in the working conditions for climbing boys. The parliament must have passed laws that disqualified little children from working into chimney sweeps and doing all the other work that they shouldn’t be. It probably took time for the governments to decide on this issue, but I’m sure that they thought for the best about these children. The governments passed out laws that protected these children, from such work.

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