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State-funded nurseries cutting services because of COVID funding crisis

Sky News Tuesday, 4 May 2021 ()
State-funded nurseries cutting services because of COVID funding crisisGovernment-funded nurseries are facing a crisis which is threatening their survival, according to a survey by leading unions and charities.
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