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The End Child Poverty coalition is calling on the Government to develop effective child poverty reduction strategies, as research shows more than half of children in some constituencies are living in poverty.

De Montfort University students have urged Leicester to invest in the future of local children as part of their end of year event.

Deaf children face isolation and loneliness as more than half of British adults do not feel confident talking to them, according to new figures.

Children’s services in England are ‘at breaking point’, MPs warn today.

Andrea Leadsom is to make policy proposals to Cabinet for early help for families ahead of the spending review.

A new project from the National Literacy Trust aims to help parents boost their child’s language skills at home.

A ‘passport’ of activities for reception-age children and above has been downloaded an average of 375 times a day since its launch, according to the Department for Education.

Investment in children’s mental health services has fallen in over a third of local areas in England, with wide variation across the country, according to the Children’s Commissioner for England.

A new DfE campaign will encourage parents to chat, play and read with their children after research revealed mums and dads don't have the time to teach their under-fives letters or numbers.

New research reveals the two-child limit under universal credit and tax credits will result in hundreds of thousands more children in poverty, once universal credit is fully rolled out in 2023-2024.