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This year, Archbishop Welby joins a fantastic team of Advent calendar contributors to remind us that ‘for the children. . . it can seem like endless waiting – like days of sitting in an aeroplane without getting closer to our destination.’
Yesterday was decision day for payday loan adverts.
We delivered your 17,000 messages to the Government, and now they’ve listened to you.
The Government has told the advertising watchdogs to investigate restrictions that would protect children from these irresponsible adverts.
Investigations into timing of adverts and rules on cold calling are welcome steps.
Consumer advice expert Martin Lewis has written a passionate plea for Parliament to take action to curb payday loan advertising.
Our response to the expansion of Universal Credit to families with children
Update: For the second year in a row, we won a commendation - effectively second place - in Social Buzz Awards' best blog category.
Toy Librarian Emma is busy setting up a new toy library as part of our internship programme.
Our response to report highlighting growing use of food banks
Responding to Ofsted report The sexual exploitation of children: It couldn't happen here, could it?
After a fire left her with nothing, Caroline needed help.