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Children from poorer families are at ‘significantly greater risk’ of being involved in violent crime and harming themselves later in life, new study shows.
There is still 'some way to go' before mental and physical health for young people are treated with the same importance, the official spending watchdog warns.
The number of referrals to specialist children’s mental health services has increased by 26% over the last five years, an education think tank has revealed.
Mark Whitehead investigates the Government's 'seemingly casual' approach to data when it comes to education spending.
The Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that the Government acted ‘unlawfully’ in not giving reasons to children refused entry to Britain under the Dubs Amendment.
The Government is asking local authorities to apply to its ‘trailblazer’ programme for tackling childhood obesity.
Three-quarters of young people looking for support for mental health issues become more unwell before they can access treatment, charity reveals.
Children going into care face a postcode lottery for the opportunity to stay with relatives, a family law firm has found.
A lack of suitable accommodation is forcing the police to detain children and vulnerable adults, the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee has warned.
The well-being of children is as low as it was 20 years ago, according to an alarming new report from a children’s charity.