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I’ve been interviewed on various radio stations around the UK about the new parental leave arrangements because from April the first British working dads could be heading home from work to look after their new babies full-time for as long as 50 […]Read more
I was interviewed today on BBC West Midlands Radio about Labour and Ed Milliband’s new Paternity Proposal as a future Labour government would double the amount of paid paternity leave available to new fathers from two to four weeks, Ed Miliband has announced. The Labour leader has […]Read more
Nick Clegg the Deputy Prime Minister has unveiled plans for new parents to share parenting leave from work. New mothers would have to take the first two weeks off work and then Mums and Dads could then split up to 50 weeks in leave between them. Sounds like […]Read more
I’ve just discovered downloading the Sunday papers on my Kindle ! Bliss ! So I read with interest Jemima Lewis’ article in The Sunday Telegraph about how paternity leave is good not only for children and mothers, but can help the economy, too. What do you think ? […]Read more
In the Queen’s Speech at the state opening of parliament yesterday it was revealed that the coalition government plan to revolutionise maternity leave by allowing parents to split it between themselves. The move could allow mothers to return to work earlier after the birth of a child, […]Read more