Election Interviews: Political parties make distinct choices for children and families

Neil Puffett
Monday, April 27, 2015

With just over a week to go until the general election, Neil Puffett asks key Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat spokesmen to outline their visions for the children's sector should their party form the next government.

The Conservatives' Nick Gibb, Labour's Steve McCabe and the Lib Dems' Lord Storey
The Conservatives' Nick Gibb, Labour's Steve McCabe and the Lib Dems' Lord Storey

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