NSPCC launch campaign to make it illegal for adults to send sexual messages to children

NSPCC launch campaign to make it illegal for adults to send sexual messages to children

As the government is currently in the process of debating the Serious Crimes Bill in Parliament, the NSPCC has launched

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Free nursery places not delivering long-term benefits, says research

Free nursery places not delivering long-term benefits, says research

A study, collated from research data gathered by three universities, reveals free part-time nursery places for three-year-olds in England has

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Early years pre-school funding to help disadvantaged children released

Early years pre-school funding to help disadvantaged children released

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced the release of an early years pupils premium totalling £50 million with an

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Scotland hosts major conference to discuss child poverty issues in EU

Scotland hosts major conference to discuss child poverty issues in EU

Edinburgh hosted a two-day conference for children’s ombudspeople to attend and discuss the impact of austerity and poverty on children’s

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Government’s child abuse inquiry head facing pressure to “stand down”

Government’s child abuse inquiry head facing pressure to “stand down”

Fiona Woolf CBE is facing mounting pressure to resign her post as head of the government’s child abuse inquiry committee

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UK failing to hit targets to eradicate child poverty by 2020

UK failing to hit targets to eradicate child poverty by 2020

The State of the Nation 2014 report, which was published and laid before Parliament yesterday (20th October 2014) shows an

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Child autism may be linked to air pollutants

Child autism may be linked to air pollutants

A researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) published a study this week which adds to the growing body of

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New childcare and education minister praises child practitioners

New childcare and education minister praises child practitioners

Parliamentary under secretary at the Department for Education, Sam Gyimah, has written an open letter praising practitioners working within childcare

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Government pledge additional £330k funding to prevent female genital mutilation

Government pledge additional £330k funding to prevent female genital mutilation

At a UN announcement on International Day of the Girl, the government pledged a further £330,000 to its initial allocation

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Mother pleads manslaughter after suffocating her three disabled children

Mother pleads manslaughter after suffocating her three disabled children

Tania Clarence (42), allegedly suffocated her three disabled children then attempted to commit suicide at the family home in New

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