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March of the Mummies in London highlights cost of childcare

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March of the Mummies in London highlights cost of childcare

March of the Mummies in London highlights cost of childcare

More than 15,000 protesters have taken part in marches around the UK calling for reforms to the childcare sector and parental leave, a charity said.

Halloween-themed March of the Mummies took place in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds, Cardiff, Glasgow, Newcastle, Norwich, Belfast and Exeter on Saturday.

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