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We have a growing resource of topics that will help you navigate through the latest issues across a wide range of areas. 



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    MP calls for more childcare support

    A Christian MP is calling for the cap on support for looking after children to be lifted, to let parents on Universal Credit return to work or work longer hours if they wish to do so.Claimants can currently claim back up to 85 percent of a £760 monthly care bill ...

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    Instagram and poor mental health

    This Children’s Mental Health Week, we want to equip you to help young people and children who may be struggling with their emotional & mental wellbeing. Beth Stout, chief executive of Golddigger Trust, shares what we can be doing to help children and young people in the digital age, with reports of Instagram negatively impact young people’s mental health. 

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    Ministry in a digital space

    Over the past few months, youth and children’s groups have moved most of their work online – and social media has been more important than ever before. It’s been a necessity and we’ve all tried our best in engaging that way but, that hasn’t stopped there being negative pulses to it.