Ivory, Mark
September 2009
Community Care;9/3/2009, Issue 1785, p4
In this article, the author discusses increase in the applications for child care and supervision, by over 50% in 2008 in Great Britain. It is said that as the number of applications is unlikely to reduce significantly in the future. It is informed that the most worrying is that local authorities may see budget cuts of 10% as the government pays off its enormous debt from the bank bailouts.


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