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Mar 15, 2023

One and two-year-olds set for 30 hours free childcare

Mar 02, 2023

‘Makes no financial sense’ to work, say three-quarters of mothers paying for childcare

Dec 12, 2022

Parents face higher costs as early years childcare set to be ‘squeezed’

Nov 11, 2022

Parents brace as early years funding to fall 8% by 2024

Oct 07, 2022

Parents spend up to 65% of wages on childcare fees

Sep 30, 2022

More than 100,000 sign petition against plan to relax childcare ratios

Sep 23, 2022

Mini Budget 2022: ‘Foolish’ government childcare plans could be brought forward

Sep 22, 2022

Low-income parents ‘pay to return to work’

Jun 13, 2022

Childcare fees have risen 40% in a decade

May 25, 2022

Record number of families using Tax-Free Childcare

Feb 02, 2022

BLOG: Why 30 hours free childcare isn’t really ‘free’

Oct 26, 2020

Parents working fewer hours still entitled to free childcare

Sep 04, 2020

Universal Credit claim and Tax-free Childcare: What you need to know

Aug 05, 2020

Parents who top or lag income limit for childcare help will still be eligible

May 05, 2020

Parents will be eligible for 30 hours free childcare if income falls below threshold

Apr 28, 2020

Parents suffering coronavirus wage cuts may not qualify for 30 hours free childcare

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