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Families will continue to spend more than a quarter of their household income on childcare, even after Tax-Free Childcare is introduced, a think-tank has warned.

Two Government programmes designed to help troubled families in Britain must improve in order to meet expectations, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).

Lisa Harker, head of Strategy Unit, NSPCC, calls for children's centres services to be refocused on supporting children under the age of two

Lucy Powell, MP for Manchester Central, was appointed as Labour's new shadow minister for childcare and early years in October. Katy Morton met her to discuss her party's policies.

The National Children's Bureau (NCB) has begun a wide-ranging and much-needed debate on the future of children's centres, including a survey about their purpose and value.

Children's Commissioner Maggie Atkinson says that we must listen to what children and young people think and feel

Children’s communication charity I CAN marked its 125th birthday this week with an event at Speaker’s House in the Palace of Westminster.

Plans to make it easier for mothers and fathers to share paid parental leave during the first year of a child’s life have been set out today by the Deputy Prime minister.

Families will save up to £4,600 per child each year in an independent Scotland, according to first minister Alex Salmond.

Early years experts and organisations are calling for a national debate on how children’s centres provide vital support for children and families.