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Charities predict funding fall as councils struggle

More than a quarter of charities that work with local authorities say funding is likely to fall The fall will come as council budgets continue to be stretched, Pro Bono Economics (PBE) and Nottingham Trent University’s VCSE Data and Insights National Observatory said. It warned of charities being evicted from their council premises or forced to work in unsuitable …

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Parents face higher fines for school absences

Parents in England who take their children out of class without permission will face higher fines. It’s part of a drive to boost school attendance following the pandemic. The Department for Education (DfE) has said a fine must be considered if a child misses five days of school for unauthorised absence. School absence fines currently start at £60, rising to £120 if they are not …

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