Labour wants 'big conversation' on early years

Catherine Gaunt
Friday, March 5, 2021

Labour plans to hold ‘a big conversation’ with those in the early years to hear from providers about what needs to change to transform the sector, including ensuring providers receive the 'proper funding' they 'deserve'.

Tulip Siddiq, shadow early years minister, speaking at the Nursery World Business Summit on 4 March 2021
Tulip Siddiq, shadow early years minister, speaking at the Nursery World Business Summit on 4 March 2021

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