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Cuts to services, high living costs and changes to the welfare system have left many children not having their basic human rights met, warns a new report.

A new standard to train chefs in the specific nutritional needs of young children – the first of its kind in the sector – is being launched this week.

Experts are urging parents to give their children daily doses of Vitamin D, as research shows a lack of awareness of its benefits.

A cabinet minister for children should be appointed to oversee policy and strategy for child health and fitness across all departments, a cross-party group of MPS and peers has said.

Nurseries in deprived areas outshine the rest when it comes to meeting national nutrition guidelines, a comprehensive new study has found.

Two nursery chefs have beaten 14 other participants to win Busy Bees' ‘Scrumptious Starters and Delicious Desserts’ competition.

Nearly a third of councils do not have enough money to pay for Free School Meals for all infants from September.

A catering apprenticeship for young people working in nurseries has been launched by the UK's largest chain, Busy Bees.

From next year, all early years settings will receive free nursery milk through a direct supplier, under changes to the way the scheme is run.

A petition calling on the Government to block junk food marketing to children has been launched today.

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