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The likely policy moves by the new Government and their effects on early years providers are speculated upon by Robert Collier.

Early years has been a Cinderella sector for far too long. However, among the most important of recent glimmers of light has been Early Years Professional Status.

Support for training and professional development among the workforce has made a huge difference to the way nurseries operate and the quality they deliver. This must continue under a new Government, says Karen Walker, director of Children's Place nursery chain.

The needs of families dominate the concerns of ordinary people up and down the country.

Jo Verrill, director of research agency Ceeda, explains Childcare Sufficiency Assessments and why it is important to get involved.

The debate over the degree of legislation required for nursery settings seems to intensify as elections approach, says Julian Grenier.

The implications for early years providers of a controversial Bill, if it becomes law, are examined by Robert Collier.

A vital part of the mixed economy of childcare provision needs support, says Andrew Fletcher, joint chief executive of NCMA.

What procedures should early years settings have ready to deal with possible child protection issues? Rob Collier explains.