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The Prime Minister has suggested that grandparents who care for their grandchildren could be given the same rights as adoptive parents.
New statutory guidance on how early years providers should support children with special educational needs and disabilities has been approved by Parliament.
The charity is calling for a duty on institutions, such as hospitals and children’s homes, to report abuse.
Five areas in England will use the lottery money to pilot initiatives to improve children’s outcomes.
The Government has issued guidance on special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities reforms that will come into force from September.
A ‘culture of mistrust towards families and children’ in prisons is harming children’s ability to form attachments with their parents, Barnardo’s has said.
A food bank charity has revealed that more than 900,000 people used its food banks in the last year.
Parents that emotionally neglect their children could soon face prosecution, under changes being considered by the Government.
The Children and Families Bill, which includes the introduction of childminder agencies, has been passed.
Local authorities are failing to meet targets for tackling delays in the adoption process, according to data published by the Department for Education.
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