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Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Employment Schemes (17 Jan 2012)

Chris Grayling: ...CPA Name Preferred bidder CPA1 South east A4e CPA2 South west Rehab Group CPA3 London Seetec CPA4 East of England Seetec CPA5 East Midlands Ingeus CPA6 West Midlands ESG CPA7 North west JHP Group CPA8 Yorkshire and Humber BEST CPA9 North east Ingeus CPA10 Scotland JHP Group CPA11 Wales Rehab Group

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Work Programme ( 8 Nov 2011)

Chris Grayling: DWP has signed Work programme contracts with fifteen private organisations, namely; A4e Avanta Enterprise Ltd (TNG) Business Employment Services Training Ltd (BEST) ESG EOS G4S Ingeus UK Ltd JHP Group Ltd Maximus Employment UK Ltd Pertemps Prospects Services Ltd. Reed in Partnership Seetec Serco Ltd Working Links

Public Bill Committee: Pensions Bill [Lords]: New Clause 12 - Occupational pensions schemes (investment) (14 Jul 2011)

Rachel Reeves: I want to give way to as many members of the Committee as possible, but in the spirit of the amendment, I want a debate that is specifically about ESG issues. It is fitting that we give due consideration to them.

Written Answers — Defence: Air Force (26 Apr 2011)

Nick Harvey: ...range at Goswick Sands, will be placed in the Library of the House. The risk management strategy was written at the request of the RAF by the Ministry of Defence's Environmental Science Group (ESG). RAF subject matter experts and other stakeholders were consulted and a number of corrections were incorporated into the final document within Table 8.3. These downgraded the risk level of an...

Pension Funds (14 Dec 2010)

Jon Cruddas: ...brings me to the final point that I want to stress. It is vital that any moves towards greater transparency pay enough attention to environmental, social and governance issues-sometimes known as ESG. Survey after survey has shown that savers care about such issues. The rise of socially responsible investment products and the success of campaigns, such as that on the tar sands resolutions,...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Agriculture: Dairy Farms (27 Jan 2010)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ...provided to Defra on a monthly basis, split into 13 categories by age and pedigree or non-pedigree status. The information is then published on the Defra website at .asp.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture (14 Oct 2009)

Jim Fitzpatrick: the survey account for 95 per cent. of national economic output from farming. No data are available for other similar arrangements, nor for earlier years. (1) JVF_Research_Project-Final_Report.pdf

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Departmental Contracts (14 Jul 2009)

Chris Bryant: ...on global economic recovery 33,845 - Concerto Consulting Senior Facilities Management Advisor 174,000 - Coombs Consulting Ltd Management Services Internal Consultancy Support to FCOS ESG 70,000.00 - Corporate Value Associates Strategy and Business Consultancy Services See Avail above Framework awarded to four suppliers, total monetary value of £4m Haig Consulting...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Sheep (25 Jun 2009)

Jim Fitzpatrick: ...and lambs in England by county/unitary authority in each year since 1997 are shown in the following tables. Figures for 1999 onwards can also be found on the DEFRA website at: 2_SURVEY_DATA_SEARCH/COMPLETE_DATASETS/regional_level_datase ts.htm Table 1: Total sheep and lambs by county/unitary authority, 1997 to 2002 ...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Food: Prices (30 Mar 2009)

Jane Kennedy: ... 187 102 213 434 379 2007 188 104 194 488 373 2008 243 122 248 540 452 Source: AHDB, DEFRA Statistics and Agriculture in the United Kingdom .asp Annual import tariffs Schedules of customs duties are published regularly by the EU Commission in the Official Journal of the EU. Average tariffs rates for...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Cereals (12 Jan 2009)

Jane Kennedy: ...held by the main processors, flour millers and maltsters, brewers and distillers are collected and published each month and can be accessed via the following link:

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Food Supply: Animal Feed ( 9 Oct 2008)

Hilary Benn: ... Oats 59 38 A link to the publication "Agriculture in the United Kingdom" is provided which gives access to detailed information on production, supply and use. .asp

Pensions Bill (10 Jul 2008)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...the case. These days, no one wants to invest in companies that use the most serious forms of child labour; that has been well exposed recently on "Panorama", "Dispatches" and other programmes. The ESG practices need not now be seen in a category that is far apart from ordinary investment. More effective management of those issues will surely have a positive impact on investment and...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture (17 Jun 2008)

Jonathan R Shaw: ...Notes: 1. These data are collected by the June Survey of Agriculture. The results of this survey are subject to sampling error. More details of the survey are at: 2. The way in which we classify holdings to Favoured Areas was improved in 2006 which has led to a break in the series. The data from 2006 on are therefore not comparable...

Pensions Bill ( 3 Jun 2008)

Lord Judd: ...on responsible investment—UNPRI, as they are known for short. The UN principles were drawn up as a toolkit for investors to use when considering environmental, social and governance issues—ESG—in their investment decisions. The principles are not prescriptive. They are voluntary and aspirational, and do not dictate what should be invested in, or where and when specific action is...

Orders of the Day: New Clause 12 — Investment principles (22 Apr 2008)

Nigel Waterson: ...does not necessarily mean disinvesting from so-called unethical industries, but that it does mean taking steps such as to "proactively engage with companies on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues" and "working with them to future-proof their profits by limiting the potential of...poor governance, lax safety standards or climate change". One of the attractions of the UN...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Produce Prices ( 8 Jan 2008)

Jonathan R Shaw: ...relative price movements to reduce costs). The latest set of animal feed statistics contains details of the price of poultry feed up to June 2007 and can be found at: Estimates of poultry feed costs through to September 2007, which will cover the period of significantly rising grain prices, are due to be published on 17 January 2008....

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Animal Feed: Prices (26 Nov 2007)

Jonathan R Shaw: ...that markets are comfortable with. A fuller assessment can be found in our recent report "Implications of rising agricultural commodity prices" which can be found at: ief/Annex%201%20Food%20and%20farming %20brief%20-%20impact%20of%20high%20commodity %20prices.pdf Projecting future commodity prices and hence the price of feed for...

Written Answers — Health: Clinical Trials (10 Jul 2007)

Dawn Primarolo: The Implementation Group established by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to take forward the recommendations made by the independent Expert Scientific Group (ESG) held its first meeting on 27 September 2006 and has met a further four times since then. The MHRA assesses the starting doses to be administered to volunteers in clinical trials based on available...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Single Farm Payments (21 Mar 2007)

Barry Gardiner: The number of cattle, pigs and sheep in England at June each year is shown in the following table. This information can be found on the DEFRA website at: Number of animals Thousand 2004( 1) 2005 2006 (a) Total cattle 5,679 5,527 5,378 (b) Total pigs 4,234 3,959 4,057 (c) Total sheep 15,873 15,877...

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