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Baby & child

iCandy and Land Rover launch all-terrain pushchair

Off-road luxury SUV maker Land Rover has teamed up with popular pushchair brand iCandy to create the iCandy for Land Rover Peach All-Terrain, the first pushchair to be launched at...

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Safety alert: Babies ‘R’ Us issues product recall for ‘choking hazard’ cot mobile

Babies ‘R’ Us has issued a voluntary recall of its Jungle Friends cot mobile due to fears over small parts detaching, which could pose a choking hazard.

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Family At Airport Passing Through Security Check

Flying with the family? Why those with kids should check before coughing up for airport fast track

Yet to jet off on your family summer hols? Thinking of using airport fast track to take the strain out of travelling with children? Check the small print before booking,...

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Do you need a child car seat in a taxi?

Parents are unsure if you can be fined for not using a child car seat in a taxi, a Which? survey reveals. Find out about current child car seat laws.

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Safety alert: iCandy issues buckle replacement for Peach

iCandy has identified a risk of the buckle failing in a limited number of iCandy Peach (2016) pushchairs and are offering replacements to all parents affected.

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Is a cardboard baby box safe for a sleeping baby?

The Lullaby Trust has raised concerns about the increasing popularity of cardboard baby boxes, and has issued new safe sleeping guidance for babies.

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Car seat recall: Recaro Zero.1 child car seat

Recaro has issued a voluntary recall of its Zero.1 child i-Size car seat and will be supplying replacements for all those who are affected by the car seat recall.

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Safety alert: Mothercare issues product recall for bouncer

Mothercare is carrying out a voluntary safety recall of their Loved So Much bouncer because it could cause injury if assembled incorrectly.

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Recaro ceases sales of Optia car seat

Recaro is to cease selling the Recaro Optia child car seat and voluntarily replace any purchased, free of charge for customers. This is following poor crash test results while the car seat was being reviewed by Which?.

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Asda Little Angels Newborn nappies product recall

Asda withdraws Little Angel Newborn nappies after father says his baby had ‘chemical reaction’

UPDATE – 14/08/2017: Asda’s Little Angels newborn nappies are now back on sale following the nationwide recall. The supermarket retailer had the nappies tested at two independent labs and they...

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