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Speaking to social services?
They will inform them of whatever the allegation is. Social services will probably conduct their own investigations.
Social services will probably just say no unsupervised contact.
Yes, you are entitled to a solicitor in interview and you should have one.
there is not really anything that can be done now. You just wait to be invited.
Not unless you are under a contractual duty to do so. Nothing has really happened yet anyway. You are just being investigated. Might well come to nothing.