Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Sunderland City Council has welcomed the news that Nissan will be building its next two models in the city.
The car manufacturer has confirmed it will build both the new Qashqai and the X-Trail SUV in the city, a move which is expected to create around 7,000 new jobs.
Paul Watson, leader of the council, said: “It’s a huge tribute to their excellent workforce and to Sunderland’s position as a ‘jewel in Nissan’s crown.
“The city council and many others across the North East region have been working closely with the company to make sure they were best placed to compete for the Qashqai replacement.
“The government, too, has been speaking with Nissan about how the UK’s economy remains competitive and efficient.
“With the government and so many others all working together, this is a tremendous boost for the city’s economy, the region’s economy, and for the UK economy.”
Councils wanting to reduce pollution from toxic gases such as nitrogen dioxide from traffic on our roads must also consider how compliance can be cost-effectively achieved for the Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and Low Emission Zones (LEZ) that they are currently planning.
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