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Creating a country that works for all children

By Anna Feuchtwang |

11 April 2017

When Theresa May became Prime Minister she promised that the UK would be a "country that works for everyone". It's a wonderful and bold aspiration.

I don't often do more than skim the sports pages, and rarely is there anything of more than passing interest, but a recent article about research on the risks for young people in football caught my attention.

As she stood on the steps of Number 10, the Prime Minister promised to address the huge issues of inequality in our country.

Salutary tales from public service markets have been escalating in number and seriousness lately.

Future in Mind cash must be ringfenced for CAMHS teams

By Derren Hayes |

17 January 2017

Safeguarding is a key part of coaching young footballers

By Howard Williamson |

17 January 2017

Not that long ago I would speak proudly about being a football coach for a group of kids, now 12.

Margaret Thatcher said: "There is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and there are families."

30 hours has overshadowed vital out-of-school child care

By Naomi Eisenstadt |

06 December 2016

The government is struggling to fulfil its commitment to 30 hours of free early education and childcare by 2017.

In her very first speech, the new Prime Minister introduced a new tagline: "families who are just about managing".

The research section for this special report is based on a selection of academic studies which have been explored and summarised by Research in Practice (www.rip.org.uk), part of the Dartington Hall Trust.