Family misfortunes

Wilby, Peter
December 2004
Public Finance;12/3/2004, p4
Trade Publication
Comments on the aspiration of Prime Minister Tony Blair on state-organized child care in Great Britain. Appreciation of Blair for a school that stays open than 13 hours a day' providing a breakfast club, a play centre for all pupils and after-school clubs; Real danger of Blair's proposals for round-the-clock care; Reaction of parents with proposals for after-school care, for grandmothers and nursery nurses on 24-hour call.


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