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The uptake of free school meals by 1.3 million infant children shows the importance but over half a million children are still missing out.
We respond to the Government’s decision to retain dedicated funding for council schemes to help vulnerable families in crisis.
Legal loophole makes it impossible to prosecute adults for neglect or ill-treatment of 16 and 17-year-olds
We respond to a report for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Victims and Witnesses of Crime.
It's a national scandal that ever more families are resorting to food banks, and it's imperative that this report's call to action is answered.
Our response to the Autumn Statement 2014: 'Vulnerable children's needs must not be forgotten'
The Government’s announcement of its strategy to tackle slavery in the UK is an important step forward. But for it to be effective, it is vital it makes sure children trafficked – both within and to this country – get the help they need.
Investigations into timing of adverts and rules on cold calling are welcome steps.
Our response to the expansion of Universal Credit to families with children