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Image caption The Duchess of Cambridge visited Thinktank, a science museum in Birmingham, as part of the launch. The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a UK-wide survey to help improve early childhood. The five-question online survey aims to "spark a national conversation" to help create "lasting change for generations to come", Kensington Palace said. Catherine is marking its launch with visits to a museum in Birmingham, a nursery in London and a baby sensory class in Cardiff. The NSPCC said the project would be a "vital source of information". In the survey, called Five Big Questions , participants are asked for their opinion on what influences development and what period of childhood is ... Full story

21 January