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Parents in England are facing a ‘postcode lottery’ for 30-hour places as new data shows huge variations in the number of codes validated per local authority, says the Pre-school Learning Alliance.

Action for Children has joined with the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness to launch a campaign to encourage isolated and lonely parents and children to connect with others.

A survey of parents has revealed that over a fifth who are unemployed want to work but can't because childcare is 'prohibitively expensive'.

A petition calling for childcare vouchers to be kept open alongside Tax-Free Childcare has received more than 100,000 signatures, meaning the issue will be considered for debate in Parliament.

A new report calls for adequate Government investment in family support services, as parents across the country highlight a shortage of available and good quality provision.

The current design of universal credit needs ‘urgent change’ to make it fit for purpose, argues a new report.

Just one in four UK parents are planning to spend the extra hour they gain when the clocks go back this weekend with their children, finds new research.

The lives of one million children with chronic medical conditions are being put in jeopardy because schools don’t know what to do in an emergency, warns a body of child health organisations.

The cost of childcare for the youngest children has risen four times faster than wages since 2008, according to a new analysis.

The Scottish Government has committed to banning smacking in law.