Steven Hoskin was tortured and murdered by people who targeted him because of his learning disabilities. The serious case review into Steven’s murder found there had been serious failings by the agencies that should have been protecting him, but they had subsequently made significant improvements. But over 10 years after the case, have we really learned the lessons from Steven Hoskin’s murder? In this film we hear from Professor Michael Preston-Shoot and Hugh Constant who indicate that although we have moved forward, many of the problems from that time still persist. We must be doing better to protect vulnerable people like Steven.