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Children’s charities have welcomed the move by the House of Lords to delay cuts to tax credits, as a new analysis shows nursery nurses would be among the hardest hit by the changes.

Delivering Budget 2016, Ireland’s ministers announced €85m in new childcare funding to improve the country’s provision.

Blackpool's new Centre for Early Child Development combines expert knowledge and practice to improve children's lives in their first three years.

The coalition of adopter champions will work alongside the Government to improve support for families at the start of their adoptive journey.

According to parents, the Government is not doing enough to help families, a new survey has found.

A scheme which provides unemployed parents in parts of Wales with childcare support to take up training and employment is being extended to the rest of the country.

Ms Peake was appointed to the role of chief executive last month.

Grandparents who give up work to look after their grandchildren will be able to claim a weekly childcare allowance, under new plans set out by chancellor George Osborne.

The WHY? What's Happening for the Young festival comes to Southbank Centre, London for a second year, celebrating the rights of children and young people.

The education and childcare minister spent two days in the French capital to exchange ideas on best practice in childcare.