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The Stop, Listen, Consult petition has been signed by nearly 4,000 people and calls for the Department for Education to reconsider plans in More Great Childcare.

Research interviews began last week with families taking part in one of the largest ever Government-funded studies into early years education.

Local authorities have raised concerns that many of the childminders coming forward to offer funded places for two, three and four year olds are not sufficiently well-qualified to provide high quality early years education.

Government investment into the supply of childcare places rather than subsidising demand is one solution being considered by the London Assembly to enable parents to get back to work.

In the first of a four-part series on different regions, Gabriella Jozwiak discovers how some well-judged schemes and plenty of hard work are supporting Liverpool's early years sector network.

Play and music therapy will form part of a package of support to help adopted children bond with their families.

More than 60 per cent of families in Scotland say they have seen the quality of education services and wraparound care decrease because of funding cuts, a survey reveals.

Children's centre budgets should be pooled with those for midwives and health visitors, a cross-party committee of MPs has argued.

A new report by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) estimates the costs to the economy and Government generated by child poverty rates in every local authority and constituency in the UK.

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