What’s next for #FairDeal?

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Monday 22 February 2016 / Cost of living
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We’ve been speaking to disadvantaged young people about their worries as they enter adulthood.

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What difference do they make? A big one.

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Tuesday 16 February 2016 / Children's centres
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The question has been asked many times before. What difference do children's centres make?

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The chilling chasm in social mobility across England

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Monday 01 February 2016 / Inequality
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Should where you are born get to define what you can achieve in life? Most would agree not.

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It’s Time campaign launches today, calling for substantial improvement in support available to abused children

Wednesday 27 January 2016 / Child neglect
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The campaign wants initially to rally at least 100,000 members of the public to support its cause.

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The pennies and the pounds will still count

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Tuesday 26 January 2016 / Cost of living, Inequality
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Peers vote overwhelmingly to keep income in the poverty debate.

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The Future of Children's Centres

Posted by Kate Maher /

Tuesday 19 January 2016 / Children's centres, Early intervention

The APPG on Children's Centres is holding an inquiry into what the future looks like for children's centres.

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Recognising the importance of the early years must just be the start

Posted by Dan Breslin /

Wednesday 13 January 2016 / Early intervention
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The Prime Minister's life chances speech was welcome, but we need to go further.

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Our review of 2015: Part Two

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The second part of our review kicks off at the midpoint of 2015 with children’s centres and early years on the agenda.

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Our review of 2015: Part One

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The first part of our round-up of 2015 looks back at the run-up to the general election and the Queen’s Speech.

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Christmas is coming…the meter’s running down

Posted by Chloe Hardy /

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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