Costs of childcare in the capital said to be 23% higher than rest of England

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Costs of childcare in the capital said to be 23% higher than rest of England

Costs of childcare in the capital are said to be 23% higher than the rest of England, with hundreds of thousands of children living below the poverty line.

London's first Deputy Mayor for Education and Childcare Joanne McCartney will be among those at the public debate - hosted by the London Early Years Foundation - which runs 38 nurseries in the capital.

Their chief executive is June O'Sullivan - she joined Anthony Baxter in the studio. 

 

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