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All times, when you are in the early years sector, are tough times, but some feel tougher than others. At the present time the economy for most businesses is really difficult.

If friends ask us about the nursery business these days, we tell them to think of it as a hen coop in which several foxes have recently arrived.

You might wonder why home-educating families are so upset. Didn't Ed Balls say, during last month's second reading of his Children, Schools and Family Bill, not to worry?

Look out for a possible mass exodus of early years providers


Under the Government's new schools admissions plan, parents will be able to reserve places in reception classes for up to a year for their four-year-olds, while enjoying free full-time early years education in maintained or non-maintained nursery provision.

Making teaching an elitist profession is likely to fall short of the desirable mark.

Dr Katherine Rake OBE, chief executive of Family and Parenting Institute.

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