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Childcare Survey 2013

Childcare Survey 2013

Jill Rutter

Every year Family and Childcare Trust gathers information about childcare costs and availability in Britain. The data – collected from local authority Family Information Services – makes it possible to monitor changes in childcare costs and availability from year to year. It also identifies differences in childcare provision across the regions and nations of Britain. This year’s survey, the 12th in the series, has found above inflation rises in costs in England at a time when wages are stagnant.

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Our research and advocacy focuses on making Britain as supportive of fulfilling family lives as possible, and on holding central and local government to account for doing all it can to remove barriers for families. By revealing new insights into family life in the UK and formulating innovative solutions, our research aims to push the envelope on how families are supported in the UK. 

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