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November 2009
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;11/5/2009, p6
The article presents news briefs related to the education and health care plan of young people in Great Britain. The survey conducted by the web site Kidstart shows that 86% of parents were against the plans to restrict the Child Trust Fund. A research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation depicts that parent living in deprived communities will have a better quality of family provided if they stay on benefits. Further news briefs related to education and health plan in the country is presented.


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