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New analysis by the Labour party reveals local authority spending on children and young people's services has fallen by nearly £1 billion a year in real terms since 2012.

Campaigners against cuts to children's centres will march on Downing Street to hand a letter to the Prime Minister demanding more funding to save early years services.

New figures show investment in Sure Start has continued to decline with local authority spending on centres falling by £763 million since 2010.

Action for Children says the Government is 'letting families down' as it finds that four in ten children's centres have not been inspected for over five years.

A petition against plans to cut Norfolk County Council’s children’s centre budget has attracted more than 5,000 signatures.

New DfE figures show local authority spending on Sure Start and early years services has fallen by more than £650 million since 2010.

As part of a redesign of services for children and families, Warwickshire County Council is closing 25 of its 39 children’s centres in a bid to save £1.1 million.

Action for Children has joined with the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness to launch a campaign to encourage isolated and lonely parents and children to connect with others.

A new report calls for adequate Government investment in family support services, as parents across the country highlight a shortage of available and good quality provision.

Two-thirds of councillors responsible for children’s services say their local authority doesn't have the resources to provide universal services such as children’s centres, finds survey.