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Blog: 'I moved home to get my child into the right school'

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Would you move home to be in the right school catchment area? Mother of twins and parent blogger Emily Higgins has done just that. Would you?

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Blog: Tech versus toys for children

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Are parents using smartphones and tablets as digital dummies? Father-of-one Chad Thomas asks: Should parents curtail children's use of tech in favour of toys?

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Six practical but good-looking family cars

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Motoring journalist Rob Griffin takes a look at family cars that successfully combine practicality with good looks.

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Car review: Peugeot 5008 MPV

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The seven-seater Peugeot 5008 is a people carrier for parents whose children have busier lives than they do, writes father-of-three and car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Blog: Is it selfish or financial sense to have one child?

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Is it selfish or financial sense to have one child? Mum-of-one and personal finance journalist Sue Hayward says money matters when it comes to raising a child.

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Car review: Volvo V70

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Volvo's V70 isn't just practical, it's good to drive. In fact, I'm tempted to say it's the ultimate family car, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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'Seatbelt under the bump' pregnant drivers told

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Driving while pregnant can be awkward due to the baby bump. Motoring writer Maria McCarthy looks at how mums-to-be can remain comfortable behind the wheel.

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Families cut back to save cash

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New research shows how family finances can be stretched when children come along. But parents are being urged not to scrimp on cover to protect their loved ones should the worst happen.

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Brits turn a blind eye to local crime

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Even if a crime may be occurring nearby, many people would turn a blind eye and ignore warning signs such as a car or burglar alarm, new research shows.

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Who should teach children about road safety?

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From the Green Cross Code man to Tufty and Superted, road safety messages have always been memorable. But who should teach the current generation about road safety - parents, schools or government?  Read More…

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