In this interview with Alistair Stewart, on GB News, we discussed the alarming fact that one in four children of UK care workers live in poverty and the implications of this on early brain development and the wellbeing of children and families (including looked after children and foster families).

No family should need to depend on food banks and food parcels. On which note – the cap on the bankers’ bonuses has been removed by Liz Truss and thus far, Rishi Sunak has failed to reverse this. Interesting…

The answers are not rocket science. We all know what the government must do – and yes, of course I thus highlighted the desperate need to invest in high quality early years provision, to improve the life chances of children living in poverty.

‘’You were utterly convincing, authoritative and laser-like in your answers. Your passion and knowledge, a perfect blend. Just brilliant!’’