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The future of children's centres across the country is under threat with more than 120 set to close or earmarked for closure because of cuts to council budgets.

Position: Owner of The Firs Day Nursery, Burton-on-Trent

Campaigning parents have won a victory against Tower Hamlets Council to keep four nurseries providing specialist services for children with disabilities and learning difficulties open.

Ireland's childcare providers need to be seen as providing a public service to ensure quality for children, an early years organisation argues.

The nursery owned by parent company Busy Bees, which was closed while police investigated the death of a child, has now re-opened.

Birmingham Council has commissioned an independent review into the affordability for early years providers of paying staff the living wage.

The Department for Education (DfE) wants to hear from providers interested in opening high-quality provision in deprived areas as part of a national project.

Nursery owners have stressed that paid-for inspections, while welcome, must not divert Ofsted from inspecting settings within the set timescales.

A report from the Early Intervention Foundation has highlighted good practice in 20 'pioneering places' for joint health and education working.

Touch-screen technology could be used to to combat low literacy in boys and disadvantaged children, suggests a new report.