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Childminders want vouchers to reduce tax credit fraud

  • Tuesday, November 16, 2010
The National Childminding Association is proposing that the Government pay parents the childcare element of the Working Tax Credit in vouchers, which are only accepted by registered childcarers, in a bid to reduce fraud.

In My View - Providers and parents

One of the biggest changes in the world of work has been the increase in women combining having a family and having a job. It is estimated that in the UK, two out of three families have both parents working, usually one full-time and the other part-time.

In My View - Mum's not the word

Service providers, including childcare settings, that don't ask directly for fathers' details are communicating to the family that 'dads don't matter'.

To the point - Who sets risk levels?

Whatever your views on the Schonrocks - the parents who let their eightand five-year-olds cycle to school and were threatened with a referral to Southwark Social Services as a result - we can surely agree on one thing.

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