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The care crunch: How does Labour help families meet work and childcare pressures?

Start:
Sep 22, 2014
End:
Sep 22, 2014
Venue:
Oxford Street , Array
Manchester, M1 5AN United Kingdom

The care crunch: How does Labour help families meet work and childcare pressures? 
8-9.15am, Monday 22 September 2014
Lancashire Room, Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN

Lucy Powell MP Shadow minister for children and childcare
Paul Bartlett Head of employee solutions, Grass Roots Group
Dalia Ben-Galim Associate director for families and work, IPPR
Anne Longfield Chief executive, 4Children
Chair: Lucy Rigby Parliamentary candidate for Lincoln

This event was in partnership with 4Children and the Childcare Voucher Providers Association

This breakfast roundtable built on the conversation and debate of the last year, looking ahead to the childcare priorities for a future Labour government.

Articles

Lucy Powell MP – David Cameron’s care crunch
Anne Longfield – Biting the bullet on universal childcare
Paul Bartlett – Making childcare work
Lucy Rigby – A bedrock of equality

Audio recording

Social media highlights

Wordle of tweets at the event (click to expand):

Childcare LPC14 tweet Wordle

 


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