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A new study shows that reading the same books to children over and over again helps them to retain new words.

The trial of a new programme to support children aged between six months and five-years-old at risk of recurring abuse has received more than 1m in lottery funding.

Denise Burke, director of social enterprise United for All Ages, called on the Government yesterday to introduce an online account for all parents to pay for registered childcare.

Childcare Champions, a campaign website, has launched three weeks before the Budget when a major Government announcement is expected on childcare funding.

More than four out of ten professionals who work with children have given food to a child in the last two years because they were worried they were not getting enough to eat, finds a new survey.

A UK child poverty map has been drawn up by the Campaign to End Child Poverty.

Disabled children are illegally sent home from school because there are not enough staff to cope with them, according to new research from Contact a Family.

KIDS, a charity for disabled children and young people, has launched a free suite of resources to support families in the move to personal budgets.

The lives of 830,000 babies a year could be saved if new mothers around the world breastfed straight after giving birth, according to Save the Children.

An e-petition set up to urge the Government to raise the weekly allowance for childcare vouchers for working parents has attracted more than 17,500 signatures since March 2012.