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Ministers are extending the length of time children and young people can stay with their foster families. They will now be able to stay until they are 21, rather than 18. A pilot scheme under the last Labour government found that young people who stayed on with foster carers were twice as likely to be in full-time education...
Edward Timpson said extending the amount of time young people could stay with their foster families would ensure some of the most vulnerable could get a better start...
Local Government Association press release Responding to an announcement by Children and Families Minister Edward Timpson of a £40 million fund to put support arran...
Department for Education press release Education Secretary Michael Gove has commented on the Sunday Times article about the OECD’s PISA league tables, due out on ...
CIPD press release Shared parental leave is just one way in which employers can keep up with the changing nature of work, says CIPD The CIPD, the professional ...
Citizens Advice press release Childcare reforms 'give with one hand but take with the other' Citizens Advice Chief Executive, Gillian Guy, has welcomed news that ...
04/12/2013 on Breakfast, BBC One
04/12/2013 on Local Government Association
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