Why 18 weeks is the optimum for mum-only parenting leave
The Government is planning a more flexible system for parenting leave in the UK – but there’s a question about how much leave should be retained for mothers-only. Read our Guardian blog to find out why we think 18 weeks – rather than 26 weeks, as others have suggested – offers family the right amount of choice and flexibility.
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