The Care Standards Tribunal said it will allow Ms Arthurworrey to re-register pending an assessment of her mental health. It says her state of health has been affected by what she has been through.In one sense, that's true - others up the chain of command should have been sacked too. But she was directly responsible for Victoria's welfare as her caseworker.
Ms Arthurworrey says she was made a scapegoat by senior management at north London's Haringey Council.
Ms Arthurworrey told the BBC: "This is probably the worst case of institutionalised scapegoating this country has ever seen.I guess she'd have gone for 'institutionalised racism' if she could have gotten away with it. As she can't, she'll just have to invent a new phrase. But she isn't finished with the self-pity ditty just yet:
"I'm now in this position where I'm expected to take responsibility for my team manager, the commissioning manager, the director of Haringey Council - a useful scapegoat for all.
"There were failings in Victoria's case. That's where my inexperience in child protection let me down."
"It has destroyed my life and I've experienced great problems because of who I am."It's destroyed her life...? Pardon me, but it's little Victoria that is actually dead. Her life was destroyed, and not metaphorically either...
"I don't actually believe that people understand the failings that were made in Victoria's case.People understand the failings all too well. It was people, after all, not the so-called 'experts', that raised the alarm. People like her childminder, Priscilla Cameron, and the taxi driver Salman Pinarbasi, who could see with their untrained eyes what the 'experts' apparantly could not, for all their training.
"I see Victoria as a child who lost her life prematurely, unnecessarily, at the hands of the people who murdered her, but alongside a system that was flawed and unable to protect her."
If the system was flawed, it was because it was owned and operated by utter incompetents like Lisa Arthurworrey with her politically-correct training, and not by people like Ms Cameron and Mr Pinarbasi, with their common sense and humanity.