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New research claims the Government has underestimated the take-up of the 30-hours by more than 100,000 places, saying that as many as 500,000 parents could be eligible, rather than the 390,000 cited by the Government.

Only making the tea, not being British, and it doesn’t apply to me, are all reasons that employers have given for not paying the statutory minimum wage, the Government has revealed.

Around 200 nurseries and pre-schools in England will share £50m in Government funding to build, expand and refurbish premises ahead of delivering the 30-hour childcare offer.

Nursery owners in Surrey are challenging the local authority on how much early years funding should be held back for council costs.

Early years professionals, organisations and leading figures share their new year wishes

A survey of health visitors suggests that more than a quarter of families do not receive health visitor reviews, and highlights a large rise in health visitor caseloads.

The DfE should fund support for home learning for poor parents and those from ethnic groups that do less well in the EYFS, the Social Mobility Commission recommends.