Government rejects call to increase childcare support for out-of-work parents

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, June 20, 2018

A call by MPs to give out-of-work parents more help with childcare costs while undertaking training has been rejected by the government.

The treasury select committee wants government to provide more childcare support to unemployed parents undertaking training. Picture: Tom Julier
The treasury select committee wants government to provide more childcare support to unemployed parents undertaking training. Picture: Tom Julier

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