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Public Administration Select Committee: Backbench Business — Easter Adjournment (10 April 2014)

Jim Shannon: ...beauties of living in the country, but I am also aware of the drawbacks, one of which is isolation. For most people, it is no problem to run to the local corner shop or the nearest garage when the milk runs out sooner than expected, but this is not the case for an elderly person who lives in the countryside, where there is no such thing as the corner shop. My rural constituents are reliant...

Higher Education — Motion to Take Note (9 April 2014)

Lord Rees of Ludlow: ...the agenda. I wish to say a word about this. Universities such as mine expend huge effort on outreach initiatives, but these welcome efforts are not enough to ensure real equal opportunity. Young people unlucky in their schooling or their home environment cannot be fully compensated just by summer courses, open days and so forth. Even if their potential is high, they still will not, at age...

Written Answers — Health: Soft Drinks: Schools (7 April 2014)

Jane Ellison: The school food standards severely restrict foods and drinks high in sugar. The regulations allow only healthy drinks to be provided in local authority maintained schools, academies set up prior to 2010 and academies and free schools signing their funding agreements from spring 2014. Through the school food plan, academies and free schools set up between 2010 and spring 2014 are encouraged to...

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — North Wales Economy (1 April 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Ian Lucas: ...more than 500 jobs at Sharp Manufacturing UK in February, only two months ago. We lost 140 jobs at Kellogg’s in Wrexham, and just outside, in south Clwyd, more than 200 jobs were lost at First Milk. This is a positive part of the world and I will talk about the positives, but we must bear in mind the fact that substantial, well-paid and valued jobs that have been there for many years...

[John Robertson in the Chair] — Backbench business — Women’s Contribution to the Economy (6 March 2014)

Sharon Hodgson: ...-year-olds for 38 weeks a year—an increase of 10 hours a week on the current offer. That is help worth 1,500 a year per child per working family, paid for from a levy on the banks. As convenience is the key concern for parents of school-age children, our proposed primary child care guarantee will ensure that they will be able to access breakfast and after-school clubs through...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland Fair Trade Nation (First Anniversary) (6 March 2014)

Liam McArthur: ...of their bid to attain fair trade island status. It was obvious that there was genuine enthusiasm for that objective among people of all ages across the community. It is no surprise to me that Westray school has reached FairAchiever status, which I understand is the highest award under the new scheme of awards for schools. Westray’s links through the school, the church and the wider...

Business of the House: Parliamentary Representation (27 February 2014)

Andrew Percy: ...House, one can be spoken to as if it is a terrible question or as if one is an imbecile—which I may be. What do we do? We could get people interested from a young age. I was a bit odd in the sense that I was interested in politics at William Gee school in Hull—not many pupils were. I had that interest and drive regardless of wealth, but we have to get people from different...

Written Ministerial Statements — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture and Fisheries Council (25 February 2014)

George Eustice: ...states called for promotion to be allowed on the internal market; for national co-financing to be maintained; and for member states to continue pre-selecting projects to transmit to the Commission. School fruit and milk scheme The Commission presented its proposal to merge the existing EU school fruit and school milk schemes mainly on efficiency grounds. I and other member states noted...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: EU: Agriculture and Fisheries Council (25 February 2014)

Lord de Mauley: ...States called for promotion to be allowed on the internal market; for national co-financing to be maintained; and for Member States to continue pre-selecting projects to transmit to the Commission. School Fruit and Milk Scheme The Commission presented its proposal to merge the existing EU School Fruit and School Milk schemes mainly on efficiency grounds. I and other Member States noted...

Pensions Bill: Report (1st Day) (24 February 2014)

Baroness Hollis of Heigham: ...him. She is wiped out and her mental and physical health is pretty fragile. It is just at this time when, although she is exhausted herself, her children are distraught and most need her. Children I know who have experienced the death of a parent have regressed into bed-wetting, nightmares, broken sleep and school phobia. They have lots of mysterious tummy aches and frequent headaches, and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture and Fisheries Council (13 February 2014)

George Eustice: ...MSP and Alun Davies AM will also attend. There are no fisheries items on the agenda. On agriculture the Commission will present their proposal for a regulation combining and reinforcing existing school fruit and school milk schemes. There will be debates on the situation in the dairy sector and a proposal for reform of the regulation on information provision and promotion measures for...

Forestry: Independent Panel Report — Question for Short Debate (12 February 2014)

Lord Eden of Winton: .... Very often, we have no idea what is being done in our name. Consider for a moment the operation of the food chain. A recent publication, called Armageddon, describes how, to satisfy mass demand for milk, eggs, bacon and other foods, the treatment of our domestic animals is in some cases horrendous. While I am cautiously optimistic, I see these proposals on forestry as a much needed step...

Opposition Day — [20th Allotted Day]: Fairness and Inequality (11 February 2014)

Richard Fuller: Before the hon. Gentleman moves on from his Milk Tray doctrine of equality, will he accept that very many of us do learn those lessons in school and do not necessarily need the Government to act for us to fulfil our responsibilities as individuals? What would he say about considering ways to exhort people who have wealth, regardless of the taxes they pay, to give more to others?

Written Answers — Health: School Milk (3 February 2014)

Luciana Berger: To ask the Secretary of State for Health when his Department plans to publish its response to Next Steps for Nursery Milk consultation, which closed in October 2012.

Written Answers — Health: School Milk (3 February 2014)

Luciana Berger: To ask the Secretary of State for Health which directorate of his Department is currently responsible for nursery milk; and on what grounds the responsible directorate has changed since May 2010.

Children and Families Bill — Report (5th Day) (Continued) (29 January 2014)

Baroness Massey of Darwen: ...about the review. Amendment 58 withdrawn. Amendment 59 not moved. Amendment 59ZA Moved by Baroness Northover 59ZA: After Clause 85, insert the following new Clause— “Provision of free school lunches (1) The Education Act 1996 is amended as follows. (2) In section 512ZB (provision of free school lunches and milk at maintained schools)— (a) in subsection (2)(a) after...

Written Answers — Education: Schools: Soft Drinks (29 January 2014)

Elizabeth Truss: England's school food regulations set out a combination of food and nutrient-based requirements which severely restrict the provision of foods high in fat, salt and sugar, including fizzy drinks. The regulations set out the requirements for food and drink provided at both school lunch and other times. This includes breakfast clubs, tuck shops, mid-morning break, vending and after school...

Written Answers — Health: Soft Drinks: Schools (29 January 2014)

Jane Ellison: ...-term effects. The FSA advises that children and other people who are sensitive to caffeine should consume caffeine only in moderation. Public Health England recommends that children drink water, milk or fruit juice. Energy drinks would not be appropriate for children due to their high sugar content. In the United Kingdom many high caffeine drink manufacturers already voluntarily include...

Shrewsbury 24 (Release of Papers): Holocaust Memorial Day (23 January 2014)

Alistair Burt: ...work in ensuring that a memory of the holocaust is kept alive by providing resources for education, the opportunity to visit Auschwitz, and the chance to meet remaining survivors. I am conscious that a number of schools watch and read this debate and encourage their students to do so, and I think that one of my duties in leading it is to explain exactly what the holocaust was, what it all...

Written Answers — Health: School Milk (16 December 2013)

Jonathan Ashworth: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what his Department's plans are for the Nursery Milk Scheme.

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