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Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget Bill: Second Stage (9 Feb 2016)

Peter Weir: ...Committee, so obviously it would be totally wrong and remiss of me to mention that, in terms of any budgetary allocations particularly to Education, priority should be given to the Holywood schools project in my constituency, which would impact on Priory College, Holywood Primary School and Holywood Nursery School. It would be equally remiss of me to indicate the need for new school...

Immigration Bill: Committee (4th Day) (3 Feb 2016)

Baroness Hamwee: ...vouchers are not available for travel. Getting to essential appointments, such as medical and legal appointments, becomes a huge problem. Children are affected not only through hunger but because the card does not cover things such as school trips or, as I say, travel fares. We have had evidence that the payment system affects people’s mental health—I am sure that this is not...

Local Democracy in the United Kingdom — Motion to Take Note (28 Jan 2016)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: ..., who has guided me through the first few weeks in the House. In my life before the House I have had two careers. The first I doubt will be of very much interest to your Lordships—certainly milking cows and lambing ewes are fairly irrelevant to most of the debate at hand. However, my second career is in local government as a district and a county councillor, and I have been the...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Vending Machines (26 Jan 2016)

Lord Nash: As a cornerstone of the government’s commitment to healthy eating in schools, new school food standards came into force from January 2015. These standards regulate the food and drink provided both at lunchtime and at other times of the school day, including food and drink provided in vending machines. The standards ensure that children are eating nutritious food at school by setting out...

Welfare Reform and Work Bill — Report (1st Day) (Continued) (25 Jan 2016)

Lord Freud: ...for parents on maternal and infant nutrition via NHS Choices and Start4Life. Government also operates the Healthy Start vouchers scheme, which provides low-income people with vouchers that can be spent on milk, plain fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables, and infant formula. It already publishes the results from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey, which includes results by age and...

Written Answers — Department of Health: School Milk (11 Jan 2016)

Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many portions of milk have been reimbursed by his Department under the nursery milk scheme in each month of the last 10 years.

Benefit Sanctions — [Mrs Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (16 Dec 2015)

Anne McLaughlin: Yes, I am aware of that, and I thank the hon. Lady for highlighting it. I grew in the shipbuilding town of Greenock in Port Glasgow. I often tell a story about when I was at Port Glasgow high school—I am not going to tell Members what year it was. Every Monday morning in my first year at high school we had a 15-minute registration class, and the teacher would ask, “How did you get...

Welfare Reform and Work Bill — Committee (3rd Day) (14 Dec 2015)

Lord Beecham: .... It is a ward in the west end of the city with high levels of deprivation and a life expectancy 12 years lower than that of the area where I live, some 12 minutes’ drive away. The ward has six primary schools, two of which are Roman Catholic schools. All the schools, together with the Excelsior Academy, founded by a Conservative philanthropist, provide breakfast clubs for their...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: November Agriculture and Fisheries Council (26 Nov 2015)

Elizabeth Truss: ...Belgium and Hungary, urged caution, warning of the possible danger to EU competitiveness. Commissioner Hogan also provided an update on the dairy aid package. The aid schemes for cheese and skimmed milk powder were accepting applications from Member States, and a pigmeat scheme would be implemented in January. The Agricultural Markets Taskforce will begin its work in early 2016, and report...

Royal Assent: Childcare Bill [Lords] (25 Nov 2015)

Emily Thornberry: ...manifesto. Clearly, the Government like the idea of doubling working parents’ free childcare entitlement; they just have not worked out exactly how to do it. They might as well have written a Bill saying that the land would flow with milk and honey—we would all agree with that. Perhaps inevitably, the most glaring admission involves the cost of the free childcare extension,...

Groceries Code Adjudicator (17 Nov 2015)

Julian Sturdy: ...Government have secured from the European Commission more than 26 million—the third largest support package among member states—to help dairy farmers affected by the current global volatility in milk prices. As the Tenant Farmers Association has argued for some time, however, the GCA could play a hugely positive role in helping dairy farmers by ensuring fairness...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland and Malawi Co-operation Agreement (11 Nov 2015)

Elaine Murray: ...Dumfries campus of Scotland’s Rural College and researchers from Malawi, which has been going on for more than seven years. It started as a staff exchange project that involved work on improving milk yield and quality, but it was developed further by a research group under Dr Mizeck Chagunda of Scotland’s Rural College in Dumfries. In that project, researchers negotiated free...

Asylum Support (Amendment No. 3) Regulations 2015 — Motion to Annul (27 Oct 2015)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...and refugees say that there will be increased social isolation, as families are unable to afford public transport —ending trips, for instance, to libraries and child-centred facilities—along with the inability to pay for everything from children’s birthday parties to TV or school uniforms. It is hard to see how this approach meets our obligations under the United Nations...

Child Food Poverty (16 Oct 2015)

Edward Timpson: ...Health’s Healthy Start scheme, which provides nutritional support for pregnant women, new mothers and low income families throughout the UK. Healthy Start is helping half a million families buy milk, fruit and fresh and frozen vegetables. The hon. Lady also highlighted a number of other schemes going on up and down the country, and I have taken time to look at those. The National...

Backbench Business — [2nd Allotted Day]: Superfast Broadband (12 Oct 2015)

Richard Arkless: ...our biggest employers and it is essential that they are given the tools they need to grow. Let us consider our farmers, for example. Ours is a farming region, and our farmers, already squeezed by milk prices and other pressures, are being asked increasingly to rely on an almost non-existent connection. They have to deal with common agricultural policy applications, VAT and pay-as-you-earn...

Scottish Parliament: Agriculture (Challenges and Opportunities) (23 Sep 2015)

Claudia Hamilton Beamish: ..., there was recognition for Peelham Farm’s platters of charcuterie; Galloway Chillies’ soups and preserves; and Canape’s curried Scottish goat, which I have not tried yet. I turn to the contribution of co-operative models to agriculture. First Milk has been a bitter disappointment in its dealings with milk producers, which are as far away from the co-op spirit as one...

Dairy Industry — Question for Short Debate (17 Sep 2015)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...job was with the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers, and I am proud to wear its tie today. I know of the pressures that farmers are under because of global volatility and a current surplus of milk on the world market. The Government have highlighted the need for EU-wide action to help farmers overcome the severe cash-flow pressures that they are undoubtedly under, and I was able to...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: September’s Extraordinary Agriculture and Fisheries Council (17 Sep 2015)

Elizabeth Truss: ...also help to stabilise prices of products through the distribution of dairy products to vulnerable groups. Renewed efforts will be made to reach an early conclusion to the ongoing negotiations for revised school schemes for fruit and milk. Lord Gardiner thanked the Commission for their approach to this crisis over the last couple of weeks, but urged rapid action and implementation of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Trade Union Bill (14 Sep 2015)

Alec Shelbrooke: ...They always want to call for strikes rather than sensible negotiations, even through those of us who have had normal backgrounds like everyone else, regardless of our party. [Interruption.] Well, I went to a comprehensive school. I know that Labour Members’ new leader went to a public school, but I did not. Even a founding member of the Labour movement, Robert Blatchford, said:...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Dairy Sector: Action to Address the Current Crisis (14 Sep 2015)

John Dallat: ...empty seats across the Chamber when this critical statement was delivered. I ask the Minister what progress, if any, has been made by the Commission to introduce or finalise negotiations for the school milk scheme. I ask that question in all sincerity because, as the Minister knows, last week there were new figures on child poverty. Primary schools are finding it increasingly difficult...


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