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The Government has confirmed it will publish the results of its 30 hours funding review in a fortnight’s time.

Children’s centres are having to reduce their opening hours and scale back or charge for services because of cuts to their budgets.

Collapsed charity Kids Company received at least £42 million from the Government despite repeated concerns about the way it was being run, an official spending watchdog has found.

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. has been awarded Government funding to set-up a digital ‘one-stop-shop’ that provides parents with childcare information.

More than two-thirds of children’s centres have had their budgets cut this financial year and 130 are at risk of closure, new research shows.

A new think tank report calls for parents to be denied child benefit if they fail to take advantage of the free hours and enrol their children in early years settings.

With the Childcare Bill for the 30 hours in the Commons and rising costs causing concern in early years, Ruth Thomson speaks to Sam Gyimah about what the sector can expect looking ahead.

Peers have voted in favour of an amendment to the Childcare Bill requiring Government to carry out an independent review of funding before the free childcare entitlement is doubled.