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Toddlers living in socially deprived areas are most at risk of suffering hot water related injuries at home, according to a new study.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole outlines the main proposals in the Children and Families Bill for increasing the number of children being adopted and for reducing delays

More focus needs to be placed on the needs of children revised Government guidelines on safeguarding state.

Minor scrapes are part and parcel of giving children the opportunity to test themselves in a challenging environment. Gayle Goshorn finds out how nurseries maximise safety and maintain the right approach.

Reforms to increase ratios to allow nursery staff and childminder to look after more children are at odds with Government policy to foster close one-to-one bonds with children, an early years expert will say today.

Two members of staff from a North London nursery, part of a nationwide franchise of settings, have been fired after looking at child pornography while at work.

The trial of a new programme to support children aged between six months and five-years-old at risk of recurring abuse has received more than 1m in lottery funding.

The second reading of the Children and Families Bill is taking place in the House of Commons.