Election 2019: Early years policy 'arms race' ignores providers, say campaigners


Political parties are indulging in a "game of one-upmanship" in their bids to extend free childcare - without factoring in the impact on providers, campaigners have warned.

Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner announced Labour proposals to open 1,000 Sure Start centres. Picture: Parliament.uk
Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner announced Labour proposals to open 1,000 Sure Start centres. Picture: Parliament.uk

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