Daily roundup: Democracy, care applications, and parenting

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Childcare minister brands celebrity's no vote message "sad"; care applications rise again; and children with married parents less antisocial than those brought up in unmarried homes say researchers, all in the news today.

Childcare minister Sam Gyimah said it was "sad" that some celebrities advocated not voting. Image: Alex Deverill
Childcare minister Sam Gyimah said it was "sad" that some celebrities advocated not voting. Image: Alex Deverill

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