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Queen’s Speech failed most vulnerable families

Children and young people in the UK are growing up in some of the hardest times in recent history, where inflation rates are at a 40-year high and the cost of living crisis is hitting every household. Low-income families, who were already struggling, are faring the worst.

DfE revamp offers children’s services opportunities

Ordinarily there’s nothing interesting about a government department restructure. But look more closely at what’s happening in the Department for Education and you might wonder whether there’s a sea change afoot in relationships with local services for children.

University access key to success of levelling up

It is a decade since university tuition fees were raised from £3,000 to £9,000 per year. It was feared the rise would deter disadvantaged young people from going to university, yet latest figures from Ucas shows record numbers of 18-year-olds from poorer areas applied this year.

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