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Thousands of parents who have missed out on Tax-Free Childcare due to technical problems with the Childcare Service website may be able to claim compensation from the Government.

Many nurseries that plan to offer 30 hour childcare from next month can only do so by limiting places, raising concerns that thousands of working parents could miss out.

Over 200 more places than anticipated were taken up by parents in the city-wide pilot of the 30 hours in York, according to an evaluation report.

Childcare bosses are among the most likely not to pay the minimum wage, two recent reports have found.

New evidence on the potential value for money of early education and childcare (ECEC) to the individual and society has emerged.

Following the publication of the evaluation of the 30-hour pilots, we take an in-depth look at the findings.

Teaching unions have dismissed the £1.3 billion earmarked for schools by the education secretary as ‘smoke and mirrors’ and insufficient to make up losses.

Early years sector organisations have warned that the Government is putting the 30-hour childcare policy in jeopardy by failing to listen to providers’ concerns.

An evaluation of the 30-hour pilot areas concludes there is 'no specific reason' to believe that the policy will not be a success.

A £30m Government grant will allow the National FGM Centre to continue its work to stop female genital mutilation (FGM).