30-hour offer 'taking places away' from poorer children, claim providers

Joe Lepper
Friday, April 27, 2018

The government's 30-hour free childcare offer for working families is driving out disadvantaged children from nurseries, a survey of early years providers suggests.

Childcare providers have warned some disadvantaged children are missing out on 30 hours free childcare. Image: NCMA
Childcare providers have warned some disadvantaged children are missing out on 30 hours free childcare. Image: NCMA

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