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After two years, this is my last column for Nursery World.

After all the wrangling about the qualifications required to start or finish the new Early Years Educator level 3 courses, we are starting to see some alarming effects on recruitment to the sector.

New shadow children and families minister Alison McGovern sets out Labour's policy priorities

What are the implications of recent research for investment in childcare, ask Vidhya Alakeson

An independent review of childcare funding is needed to make sure the free offer works well, says Jill Rutter of the Family and Childcare Trust

As Chair the All-Party Parliamentary Group on A Fit and Healthy Childhood, I was recently delighted to commend our first report to my colleagues in the House of Lords.

Sue Cowley has a few questions she wants to put to Sam Gyimah about his Policy Exchange speech

Party conference season is over again for another year and those of us who have to go to all three breathe a long sigh of relief. But it is worth pausing to consider what is at stake at the election when it comes to public spending.

The Troubled Families programme needs to work with early years practitioners and organisations, says Maureen Longley of Interface Enterprises

Huw Lewis, minister for education and skills, Wales, explains the Welsh Government's plans for the early years