Budget: Critics attack lack of action on free childcare funding

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, March 8, 2017

The government has been criticised for failing to act on concerns within the childcare sector about funding for extended free provision, after no additional money to boost the flagship initiative was announced in today's Spring Budget.

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans for a further 110 free schools. Picture: UK Parliament
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans for a further 110 free schools. Picture: UK Parliament

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