Sector accuses Government of misleading it over early years funding

 Catherine Gaunt
Thursday, January 27, 2022

Early years sector organisations have reacted with alarm to more details of funding for the next three financial years, which confirms that the extra money announced for early years entitlements in the autumn budget is £320m less than was stated at the time.

Early years funding announced in October's spending review is a fraction of what was initially announced PHOTO Adobe Stock
Early years funding announced in October's spending review is a fraction of what was initially announced PHOTO Adobe Stock

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