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Labour’s Plans for Childcare: Keynote Speech Bridget Phillipson MP

Labour’s mission to build a modern childcare system.
March 9, 2023
Labour’s Plans for Childcare: Keynote Speech Bridget Phillipson MP

Keynote speech by Shadow Secretary of State for Education, setting out Labour’s mission to build a modern childcare system.

"Reform means change for good – change for the better, change that endures, change that is planned and change that delivers."

The Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Bridget Phillipson MP delivered a major speech on the need to reform the childcare sector and reduce the cost of childcare for working families.

In this speech, the Shadow Secretary of State for Education set out Labour’s mission to build a modern childcare system. The type of country we should build for families and for children and where childcare reform fits into Labour’s wider economic strategy.

Watch the full speech here: Keynote speech: Bridget Phillipson MP

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