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In the latest Budget, the Government has changed its plans for Universal Credit. Here’s what these announcements mean for you. By the Resolution Foundation’s Laura Gardiner

The Working Together to Safeguard Children guidance on multi-agency working was updated in June. So, what is new? Hannah Crown reports

The Government has recently announced a raft of initiatives targeted at closing the disadvantage gap in the early years. Hannah Crown disentangles them

What does the history of early years policy and qualifications tell us about today’s workforce? Hannah Crown charts developments from the NNEB to T-Levels

Following criticism of its obesity strategy, the Government added a second chapter earlier this year setting out new aims and commitments. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Recruitment crisis, 30 hours, rising costs… for those in the early years sector, it’s easy to feel beaten at the moment. But there are ways to challenge authority if you know how, as campaigner Jo Parkes reports

Our resident employment lawyer Caroline Robins, principal associate at Eversheds, answers your questions

What resources and initiatives are out there to help the sector promote itself to potential new and future recruits? Hannah Crown reports

As part of a new series of handy guides on management issues, we look at Tax-Free Childcare and compare the system to childcare vouchers

Will the new T-levels be a bed of roses or a bumpy road? Hannah Crown gives the lowdown on the new vocational programme for Education and Childcare