Grant costs too much

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Beverley Hughes (Analysis, 23 November) seems to have deliberately avoided the main issue of the NurseryEducation Grant being insufficient to cover the costs of providing free entitlement. I doubt if there would be much of a problem with the free entitlement if this issue was addressed, instead of the Government trying to make worthy noises about ensuring that all parents are able to access it and at the same time expecting private providers to subsidise their policies.

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