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Flourishing children, smarter government – learning from the frontline, 24/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
In this essay, part of a series celebrating 4Children’s 30th anniversary, David Robinson sets out a vision for current and future UK government for radical transformation of public services to prioritise people over process.

The Provision of Specialist Residential Chronic Pain Services in Scotland: Analysis of Consultation Responses, 23/01/14 [S]
The consultation paper ‘The provision of specialist residential chronic pain services in Scotland' invited views on three options for residential pain services. This report summarises the reponses to the consultation.

Cost of a child: from cradle to college. 2014 report, 23/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Protection specialist LV= advises that the cost of bringing up a child has reached £227,266, up from £222,458 last year, with the first year of a child’s life seeing the largest increase.

An unpunished crime: the lack of prosecutions for female genital mutilation in the UK, 20/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Justice for FGM Victims UK has published a report which shows that the number of victims of female genital mutilation in the UK has soared by 150 per cent in the last 10 years from an estimated 66,000 to about 170,000 but hospitals are failing to record cases or refer them to the authorities.

Budget will support jobs, public services and families, 17/01/14 [S}
Scotland’s budget will support the economy, invest in public services and protect Scotland’s people from the worst effects of the UK Government’s programme of welfare reform, Finance Secretary John Swinney said as the Budget Bill for 2014-15 was published.

Parenting alone: work and welfare in single parent households, 17/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This report for Policy Exchange shows that of the 1.8 million single parent households in the UK, 650,000 – almost 1 in 4 – are not in any sort of work, with the average single parent household claiming twice as much in benefit support as the average two parent household.

Ofcom report on Internet safety measures, 15/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
The Department of Culture, Media & Sport commissioned Ofcom to report on the take-up, awareness of and confidence of parents in relation to parental controls.

Making Britain great for children and families, 15/01/14 [E/NI/S/W]
In a manifesto issued to mark the end of its 30th year, 4Children argues that it is time for a national overhaul of Britain’s public services and neighbourhoods to enable all families to flourish and to offer vulnerable families the help they need to transform their lives.

Childcare transformation can ‘mobilise’ Scotland’s talent, 12/01/14 [S]
A new economic analysis from the Scottish Government shows improving access to affordable early learning and childcare has the potential to substantially boost the labour market in Scotland by reducing a key barrier to participation faced by some parents with young children.

Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2012 - Population Health and Improvement Science, 31/12/13 [S]
Scotland's Chief Medical Officer has published his annual report for 2012 which focuses on Population Health and Improvement Science.