Early years sector 'in jeopardy' after government U-turn on furlough funding

Fiona Simpson
Monday, April 20, 2020

Sector leaders warn “there may not be a childcare sector left” following the coronavirus crisis, after the government pulled a “shock” U-turn on plans for furlough funding.

Early years settings face uncertain futures over the changes. Picture: Adobe Stock
Early years settings face uncertain futures over the changes. Picture: Adobe Stock

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