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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.

Busy Bees has installed 350 defibrillators in settings to safeguard children, staff and parents as part of Family Safety Week.

More than two million families with children under five were living in poverty last year, official annual statistics show.

A call for Government to bring in guidance for 'zero screen time' for babies will be made at an infant well-being conference today.

A Government programme supporting families with complex problems has reduced the number of children going into care, according to an evaluation.

According to the Children’s Society, thousands of families in financial crisis are missing out on vital support due to Government funding cuts which has seen crisis support scaled back.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a Sure Start centre in Ballymena where they met people who have completed an intensive parenting programme.

A charter on children’s mental health has been launched, calling for new legislation to support young people with mental health problems.