Ms Neave issued as statement from prison where she is serving seven years for neglecting her children.
Cambridgeshire CC chief executive Gordon Lister said at a press conference yesterday: 'We have great sympathy with the family.'
The Guardian (p5) runs a full page on the Bridge report, claiming that a picture of 'chaos and missed opportunities amidst a squabbling team of social workers emerges from the report'.
'A public inquiry is going to cost a couple of million pounds,' he told the paper.
Debbie Lawson, Rikki's social worker at the time he died told the Guardian: 'The focus was on keeping children at home, but quite what was going on at home was never recognised.'
Cambridgeshire CC has three months to implement the report recommendations before the Social Services Inspectorate carries out a review of child protection policies.