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Thursday 31 March 2011
The Treasury has set the yearly contribution limit for its new tax-free children's savings scheme at £3,000. Junior ISAs, the replacement for Labour's Child Trust Funds (CTFs), will be introduced in the autumn but will not include any government contribution.
Thursday 24 March 2011
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Tuesday 15 March 2011
Monday 29 November 2010
Police are appealing for men who fled the scene of a crash which killed a two-month old baby to come forward.
Saturday 27 November 2010
A married couple has been convicted of a string of physical assaults at a children's home in the 1970s and 1980s.
Wednesday 27 October 2010
The Treasury yesterday confirmed the launch of a tax-free "junior" Individual Savings Account (Isa), to replace the previous Labour government's Child Trust Fund (CTF). The new plan will allow parents to save for a child's future but will not benefit from state funding like the CTF, which was axed as part of attempts to bring the budget deficit under control.
Sunday 29 August 2010
Kissing babies is always good for a politician's career; releasing pictures of your own newborn in time for Sunday's papers is better.
Friday 27 August 2010
A married father of one who repeatedly raped a 10-year-old girl then tried to blame her for what happened was jailed for 15 years today.
Sunday 01 August 2010
More than half of the UK's top headhunters believe that women should not take a career break to have children if they want to secure a senior executive business position.
Wednesday 30 June 2010
Taking our three boys to their first proper pop concert hit a stumbling block before it even began – the gig, booked long in advance, clashed with a friend’s seventh birthday party.
Sunday 25 April 2010
Most self-help books, Richard Wiseman argues, make claims which are not supported by any psychological research, and offer advice that could be useless or even harmful. What Wiseman does here, by contrast, is recommend only such tips to improve one's life as are backed up by scientific studies. (And many of them take less than a minute to implement.)
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