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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

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Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...

The Nature of Wealth in Britain

We live in one of the richest nations on earth, yet we have become one of the most unequal. It is now a matter of urgency that we begin to redress the inequality of wealth distribution in Britain head on. No longer can we tinker around the edges or...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...

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Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

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Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

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Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...

The Nature of Wealth in Britain

We live in one of the richest nations on earth, yet we have become one of the most unequal. It is now a matter of urgency that we begin to redress the inequality of wealth distribution in Britain head on. No longer can we tinker around the edges or...

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Domestic abuse

The Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP) has released a podcast discussing what professionals need to know about domestic abuse against men. Listen to the podcast: Domestic abuse against men Source: Association of Child Protection...

Early education and childcare

The Nuffield Foundation has published a report reviewing the evidence on the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of early childhood education and care. The report concludes that the current system of early childhood education and care has...

‘We’ve been hammered’: on the breadline in Burnley

On a wet Monday morning in the middle of Burnley, the Church on the Street is handing out bread: sliced white loaves donated to the organisation’s food bank and gratefully received by the 20 or so people who gathered here soon after the doors opened...

Disabled people struggling to hire carers after Brexit

Disabled people are struggling to hire carers to help with vital daily tasks due to low pay and Brexit, the Observer has been told, with ministers refusing to ease immigration restrictions to address the crisis. Read the full article on this link...