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The proportion of children living in poverty risks hitting a record high by the end of the parliament, a shocking new report has revealed.
The Government’s commitment to creating a ‘hostile environment’ for migrants outweighs their commitment to children’s rights, a charity has warned.
Specialist support helped nearly a third of young people in a pilot project to quit 'county lines' involvement with drugs, according to a review.
The Street Design Awards, celebrating innovation and best practice in street design schemes, have been relaunched by Local Government News magazine.
Children in Leeds will soon be travelling to school on scooters instead of in cars as part of the council’s push to clean up the city’s air.
Nearly nine out of ten child health experts are warning air pollution is already having a negative impact on children's health in their region.
Front-line professionals ‘must get better’ at spotting signs that children are being exploited, a children’s charity has said in response to an annual assessment of county lines drug networks.
Nearly a quarter of a million children should be classed as victims of domestic abuse, the NSPCC has said today.
Nearly ninety percent of councils overspent on children’s social care last year, according to figures released by the Local Government Association.
The Government yesterday announced a £12m funding boost to support adoptive families.