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The Status has proved its worth on many fronts and now it is time for the Government to decide how it can be built on, says Dr Eunice Lumsden

Nick Woodall of the Centre for Separated Families explains how proposed legislation could transform the way society views lone parenting, placing a new emphasis on shared parenting after divorce or separation

New NHS proposals to create more family-friendly maternity units are a step in the right direction, according to children and families charity 4Children.

British families need to earn over 30,000 a year to pay basic living expenses, according to a new report.

The Department for Work and Pensions has launched a consultation to consider ways in which to widen the measure of child poverty.

Legislation in the Children and Families Bill, due to come before Parliament in January, will include plans to cut back on regulations for childcare providers, Nursery World has learned.

Government grants of up to 500 will be available to encourage entrepreneurs to set up nurseries and childminding businesses.

The Pre-School Learning Alliance is to offer childminders a bespoke membership package from early next year, following the National Childminding Association's bid to attract a wider membership under a new name.

The Universal Credit will fail to provide all working single parent families with a route out of poverty, and could act as a disincentive to work longer hours, according to new research carried out on behalf of the charity Gingerbread.

Mothers and fathers will be able to share paid leave and pay at any time during the first year after a child is born, Nick Clegg is expected to announce today.

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