London Marathon: stories from the finish line

We take a look back at some of the fantastic efforts made by our London Marathon runners over the years

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Award-winning vlogger Grace Victory joins social media inquiry into cyberbullying

The award-winning vlogger and ‘Internet’s Big Sister’ Grace Victory will be joining Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham, The Children’s Society and YoungMinds in the forthcoming inquiry into the impact of cyberbullying through social media platforms on children and young people's mental health, which will be held in the Houses of Parliament in late April and early May.

Introduction of '2 child limit' risks cutting support for 3 million children

Today the Government is introducing a new policy limiting Child Tax Credit and Universal Credit, depending on the number of children in the family. We estimate this will affect 3 million children, putting them at risk of illness, poor school results and mental health problems.

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3 million children to be hit by '2 child limit'

An estimated 3 million children will be affected by the introduction of the “two-child limit” to child tax credit and Universal Credit by the time it is fully introduced, analysis from The Children’s Society has found

Making life a little easier for care leavers

More than 4,000 care leavers across England are now exempt from council tax thanks to your support

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A fairer start for care leavers

Ask your council to ensure that care leavers in your area get a fairer start at adulthood

Defeating the odds

Din Nazim shares his experiences working on the frontline with child refugees

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Brexit – We must talk about children

As Article 50 is triggered, the government must pay attention to children and young people

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Nine homes by the age of nine – housing instability marks lives of children in poverty

The stress and uncertainty of repeatedly packing up their lives and moving home is becoming a worryingly normal part of life for some children growing up in poverty, a new report from The Children’s Society has found.

Our Step and Connect web launch

Youth Champion, Kieran Gibbons, introduces the launch of our new Step and Connect webpage – aimed at improving the health and well-being of young people with special educational needs and disabilities

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