Scrap free 30-hour childcare to 'solve poverty' for poor families
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Free childcare for all working parents should not rise to 30 hours a week, but instead extra childcare should be provided free to low-income parents, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has said.
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