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Chancellor, tomorrow’s success is being born today!

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Today’s autumn statement made big promises for infrastructure, but our future depends on more than roads and broadband.

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Brighter futures start at home

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Wednesday 16 November 2016 / Inequality
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Helping parents to make home a great place to learn is part of The Social Mobility Commission’s social mobility vision.

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Fair by Five: the language of learning

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Monday 17 October 2016 / Children's centres, Early intervention, Government spending

Describing child development in a way that is meaningful to parents, politicians and professionals.

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MPs can’t delay action to improve children’s futures.

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Wednesday 29 June 2016 / Early intervention
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We can’t afford for MPs to let improving life chances fall by the wayside.

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What does the Queen’s Speech promise for children?

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Amongst the sparkling coronets, red robes, and shouting of archaic pronouncements, was a short speech given by the Queen

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MPs and Peers raised the issue. But you made the difference.

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Wednesday 02 March 2016 / Cost of living
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As part of the End Child Poverty Coalition our supporters got stuck in and made the difference.

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Christmas is coming…the meter’s running down

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Thursday 24 December 2015 / Cost of living
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2016 must be the year that politicians recommit to tackling child poverty.

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Action for Children at Liberal Democrat Conference

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Thursday 09 October 2014 / Early intervention

This year, Liberal Democrat Party Conference takes us to Glasgow. Fresh from the referendum on independence, people are still revved up from months of political debate. We’ve met taxi drivers, local delegates and fellow hotel guests still keen to talk politics at the drop of a hat – so Scotland seems a good place for even more discussion. For us, the subject is early action to help children and families, and we’re going for it with gusto.

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Vicky meets the Conservatives

The intrepid team at Action for Children has spent the past few days at Conservative Party Conference, meeting ministers, MPs, candidates and ordinary party members to talk about how we can work together to improve things for the most vulnerable children.

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