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Eight local authority areas will pilot the 30-hour free childcare offer for working parents of three- and four-year-olds from September.

A think-tank has claimed nationalisation of Scotland’s childcare is needed to meet the country’s 30-hours pledge.

Nursery children are to receive a maths boost in return for taking part in early years research.

A nursery owner has launched a petition asking the Government to reconsider the 30-hour free childcare pledge, and instead move to a means-tested system.

A simpler funding system, where parents pay for the cost of their childcare outside the free 15 hours on a sliding scale based on their income, has been proposed by the Family and Childcare Trust.

Adoptions are to be fast-tracked with a £200m overhaul announced by education secretary Nicky Morgan.