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The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), which represents 92,000 businesses, wants a universal childcare entitlement up until school entry to help firms retain staff and working parents to progress.

A new report recommends the early years pupil premium be increased to help children from low-income families progress.

The early years sector has spoken out against a Good Morning Britain (GMB) report that calls into question the safety of nurseries.

The proportion of nurseries and childminders judged Good or Outstanding at their latest inspection now stands at 91 per cent - the best ever recorded.

Early years experts have hit out at a report by the Teaching Schools Council (TSC) which calls for the Government to carry out a review of the Reception year.

Fewer restrictions are to be placed on the delivery of the 30 free hours of childcare to better meet the needs of children, parents and providers.

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The Welsh Government has announced further developments to its 30-hours free childcare pledge, as well as a funded package of courses to upskill its early years workforce.

The Pre-school Learning Alliance says the DfE must now publish research on childcare delivery costs, following a ruling in the charity's favour from the Information Commissioner's Office.

Bright Horizons Family Solutions has acquired Asquith Day Nurseries and Pre-Schools in a major deal for the early years sector.