Cast your mind back to early September 2007. The newly established Department for Children, Schools and Families projects a proud rainbow logo; Kanye West is at number one with Stronger; Ed Balls has pranced his way up to Children's Secretary in Gordon Brown's government; and, most significant of all, Children & Young People Now is born.
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