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Cuts will push children fleeing violence even deeper into poverty

The Children’s Society responds to the Government’s decision to cut support for families seeking asylum.

Almost half all Birmingham children live in England’s poorest areas, commission report shows

The Children's Society's Chief Executive Matthew Reed is to lead a new inquiry to find practical ways to tackle child poverty.

Legal aid cuts deny thousands of vulnerable children justice

Cuts to legal aid leaving vulnerable children having to represent themselves

Children in poverty being left to carry budget’s burden

The Children's Society says 'today's budget has split the nation.'

Billions cut from early help for children and young people

An investigation by The Children’s Society and the National Children's Bureau reveals that Government funding to help children and young people before their problems spiral out of control has been cut by more than half.

Growing numbers of children helped by The Children’s Society

New Impact Report clearly shows positive impact The Children's Society is having on young people’s lives

Government fails the millions of children living in in-work poverty

Government breaks its commitment to end child poverty by 2020.

One in three older teenagers have been too stressed to sleep

New report shows 16 and 17-year-olds are battling anxiety and feeling judged by society. Seriously Awkward campaign calls for urgent action to protect the most vulnerable teenagers.

Older teenagers in London ‘living in fear’

Research revealed as The Children's Society prepares to launch a network of services and campaigns to support vulnerable teenagers across the capital.

Scandal: 200,000 more children pushed into severe poverty

25 Jun 2015

In response to the Household Below Average Income (HBAI) figures released today, Matthew Reed, Chief Executive of The Children’s Society, said: 

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