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Interview - Keep Britain tidy - Bill Bryson, president, Campaign to Protect Rural England

Bill Bryson doesn't regard himself as a role model for young people. On the issue of engaging them in the Campaign to Protect Rural England's current drive to stop littering, he admits: "What a campaign like this needs is for young people to be hearing from someone who isn't an old fart like me. It's no good me looking to young people to join the campaign. They aren't going to do something just because I say so."

Election 2017: Party Policy Guide

Neil Puffett has trawled the manifestos to provide the definitive guide to what the three main UK-wide parties pledge on key issues for children, young people and families.

Early intervention leaders' debate

Children's services leaders from councils across England discussed the current challenges of resourcing effective early help services at a debate hosted by CYP Now in partnership with Capita One.

Policy in practice: Wise up on ... Criminal checks

Criminal Records Bureau checks are a legal requirement for anyone who is going to work regularly with children and young people. Andy Hillier looks at what the process involves, how much it costs and what to do if someone has a criminal record.

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