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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to resurrect a bill to improve the way domestic abuse is tackled after landmark legislation on the issue was dropped following the suspension of parliament.

A delayed call for evidence as part of a review of statutory guidance for council youth services will "happen very shortly", according to the government minister responsible for youth policy.

Schools minister Nick Gibb has taken charge of early years policy as part of the reshuffle of ministerial responsibilities at the Department for Education.

Children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are not getting the support they need as councils and schools battle to cope with the twin threat of rising demand and funding pressures, according to a National Audit Office (NAO) report.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a new round of applications to set up "free" schools, with a focus on applications for alternative provision and special schools.

The number of schools suspected of off-rolling has risen by 13 per cent in a year, according to latest analysis by Ofsted.

Police officers and youth workers should be based in schools to help protect pupils from violence, according to the children's commissioner for England.

The government is claiming that controversial testing of reception-age children can help improve their attainment at the age of seven, despite widespread concerns about the validity of the assessments.

A young offender institution in Staffordshire has not done enough to address the "significant over-representation" of under 21s involved in violent incidents at the setting, according to inspectors.