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The Scottish Government is being urged to end a ‘birthday discrimination rule’, which means some children are entitled to 400 fewer hours of free childcare.

Early years providers are being urged to share their views and data for the National Day Nursery Association’s (NDNA) annual nursery survey.

Expectant mothers in Clackmannanshire and Orkney are the first to benefit from a new Scottish Government pilot to gift every newborn a box of essential items.

The Local Government Association (LGA), which represents councils in England and Wales, wants small maintained schools to be exempt from the levy to put them on an equal footing with similar sized academies and faith schools.

The Trussell Trust wants the Government to introduce a hotline to each food bank's local Job Centre Plus to support people in crisis quicker.

The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton will succeed the Queen as Royal Patron for Action for Children in the New Year.

According to doctors, there is a lack of awareness of the dangers of giving whole grapes to young children.

Free children's books are being given out in Rick Stein restaurants to encourage reading for pleasure.

Early years settings across the country have been getting into the festive spirit - 'Ho, ho, ho.'

The Department for Work and Pensions has abandoned its much-delayed life chances strategy in favour of a wider scheme on social justice.