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Significant media attention has been paid to a Sikh couple who applied to become adoptive parents only to be refused because of their ethnicity.

One of the last pre-election moves was for the Children and Social Work Bill to become law. We are still waiting for the detail, but we know the outline of what is to come.

The one thing that always happens shortly after an election is announced is the closing down of current government activity – a period commonly known as ‘purdah’.

One city council's commitment to early intervention for those with special educational needs is ensuring children get the support they need. Nicole Weinstein reports.

The increasing scale of the two-year-old offer means that places need to be where parents can easily access them, and schools can be the answer

In the concluding part of this series, Gabriella Jozwiak analyses how London services are developing to meet increased demand.

Being able to communicate with service users in their own language is important, says James Hempsall

As funding cuts bite, Birmingham is working hard to offer quality provision for local children. Gabriella Jozwiak reports

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