All 2 results for column:233 date:20060322 in the 'Lords debates'

Government: External Management Consultants (22 Mar 2006)

Lord Smith of Clifton: asked Her Majesty's Government: How much was spent each year on external management consultants by central government departments and agencies from 2000 to 2005.

Children (22 Mar 2006)

Baroness Crawley: Yes, my Lords, families are the first to know when they need support. The Government are there to help and to support and not to interfere unduly. We agree with the noble Baroness that fathers need support from the early days of a child's life, just as mothers do. As she will know, for the very first time, we have brought in paternity leave. Fathers take time off, and they can receive...

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