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The sector is anxiously awaiting news about who will take on the Government’s early years brief following the announcement that the former early years minister, Caroline Dinenage, has been moved to the Department for Work and Pensions.

A petition to scrap or freeze business rates for nursery premises has been heard by MSPs.

Health visitors are promoting childminders as a high-quality childcare option to parents, in a new campaign.

UK nursery chains are continuing to expand, despite rising inflation and looming economic uncertainty.

The High Court has ruled today that the application of the benefit cap to lone parents with children under two is unlawful because it discriminates both against the children and their parents.

The future of more than 90 children’s centres across three local authority areas hangs in the balance as councils look to make savings to their budgets.

The Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to axe universal infant free school meals was omitted from the Queen’s speech, as were proposals to build new grammar schools.

The nursery based in Grenfell Tower that was destroyed in last week’s fire is looking for monetary donations to purchase new resources and equipment.

The OECD has welcomed the expansion of 30 hours of funded childcare but urged governments to do more to improve access to quality provision for disadvantaged children.

'Play and Learning: a global perspective' includes sessions on New Zealand's Te Whariki curriculum and Sweden's outdoor culture.

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