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Twenty early years settings in Sheffield, the majority in the most deprived areas of the city, have had 3.6m in grant funding stopped by the city council.

The first major early years research to begin since 1997 will look at the impact of free early education from the age of two on the development of thousands of children.

The Early Intervention Foundation will be officially launched today by David Cameron.

The figures behind the Government's claim to be a big spender in early childhood services don't appear to add up, say Peter Moss and Eva Lloyd.

Ministers plan to change the way that nurseries and childminders are funded through local authorities, in a move towards developing a new national funding formula for free early education places.

Alison Garnham, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group

The number of Sure Start Centres in Portsmouth will be cut to save up to 1 million in 2013/14.

The Old Station Nursery's Henley-on-Thames setting will reduce the cost of childcare from April, which could mean a saving for parents with a child on a part-time place of up to 2,730 a year.

Ministers are planning to introduce a new national funding formula for all early education places.

Following yesterday's pre-Budget announcement that the Government would extend tax-free childcare to more families, the Chancellor's speech was light on further support for children and families.