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Mother and Baby Units (MBUs) in prison are being left unfilled due to problems with the system, a new report says.

Early Years teachers (EYTs) could play a crucial role in safeguarding children in their early years, a leading academic has said.

A manifesto that sets out to support parental and child wellbeing through pregnancy to the first two years of a child’s life is being re-launched following wide cross-party Parliamentary support.

A nursery in Liverpool has had its registration suspended following a police investigation into alleged child assaults.

While the majority of practitioners believe that showing affection to the children in their care is an important part of practice, concerns exist about how others view the appropriateness of their actions.

A Metropolitan Police investigation has been launched into a number of allegations of crime involving the charity.

A new screening tool aims to make it easier for early years professionals to spot early signs of abuse and neglect in babies and toddlers.

New Government advice has been published for childcare providers and schools on how to protect children at risk of extremism.

The four UK children’s commissioners have called on the Government to stop making cuts to benefits and welfare reforms in order to protect children.

A nursery is being investigated by Ofsted after a two-year-old had her hair shaven by another child using a man’s hair clippers.

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