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Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Vacancies: West Midlands (15 Oct 2018)

Alok Sharma: The Department for Work and Pensions provides a service to offer vacancies which are available on Gov.uk (‘Find a Job’). Current data sourced from this website in respect of vacancies for the West Midlands is below: Total Jobs – 19,465 Permanent – 10,570 Contract – 8,361 The above data was obtained from Find a Job on 9th October 2018. (Note: vacancies showing as live on...

Orders of the Day — Co-operatives (European Community) (11 May 1993)

Mr Dennis Turner: I thank my hon. Friend for those comments. With 81,000 employees in Great Britain, the co-operative movement is a very significant employer. It has a great responsibility in terms of employment—not just for those 81,000 jobs but for the many thousands of other jobs throughout the country which are linked to co-operative purchasing or which rely on co-operatives.

Orders of the Day — Environmental Pollution (21 Jul 1970)

Mr William Molloy: The hon. Gentleman ought to realise that the creation of the one Minister for the job did not mean that ten other Ministers were pushed to one side. The job of the appointed Minister was to co-ordinate the various aspects of pollution which came under various Ministries. I agree with what was said earlier, that the person in charge of the job ought to be a senior Minister. I believe that we...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Sustainable Development: Cooperatives (15 Jul 2019)

Harriett Baldwin: DFID is committed to ensuring inclusive economic development in the countries where we work, including creating better quality jobs for the poorest and most marginalised. DFID has supported the growth of co-operatives, particularly in the agriculture sector. For example, in the Nigerian dairy market, the Business Innovation Facility project is working with pastoralist co-operatives to boost...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Enterprise, Trade And Investment: North/South Ministerial Council Sectoral Meeting (11 Sep 2000)

Ms Jane Morrice: The Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition welcomes the North/South co-operation in these areas. The Minister referred to forthcoming issues on the agenda. He mentioned job creation and job promotion in the areas of e-commerce, and so on. However, does the safeguarding of jobs come into that jurisdiction in the context of North/South co-operation. I have grave concerns about the future of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Topical Questions (7 Jul 2008)

David Kidney: A few minutes ago, the Secretary of State spoke about the co-location of Jobcentre Plus and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs staff. How innovative is he prepared to be on co-location, as other people provide services that must also be complementary to Jobcentre Plus? I am thinking of physiotherapists and health workers in order to get people ready for work; and of job trainers, job searchers...

New Clause 4: Coordination of Inspections, &C. (23 Mar 1999)

David Curry: ...that the two ships will pass in the night—the inspectors on their way to the local authorities and the local authorities on their way to the inspectors. I do not minimise the problems of the co-ordination that the Audit Commission will be asked to perform. I am a great fan of the commission. The Conservative Government set it up, and the Labour Opposition of the time voted against it,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Enterprises: Coronavirus (9 Jul 2020)

John Glen: The Government recognises the value of co-operatives, and the contribution they make to all sectors of the economy. The first phase of our economic response has seen us take unprecedented steps to support the economy through the crisis; to keep as many people as possible in their existing jobs, to support viable businesses, including co-operatives, to stay afloat, and to protect the incomes...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Appropriation (No. 3) (4 Dec 1986)

Mr John Hume: Yes, of course, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I am aware of the public position on violence and violent acts that the hon. Member for Eastbourne adopts. However, the net effect of the case that he is making is to invite the House and the Government to back down in the face of blackmail and violence. If the Government were foolish enough to listen to him, it would lead to the complete undermining of...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Unemployment (26 May 2021)

Mims Davies: The information requested is published and available at: https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/default.asp Guidance for users can be found at: https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/home/newuser.asp At the 2020 Spending Review, the Chancellor confirmed A Plan for Jobs, which placed DWP at the heart of providing significantly expanded employment support to people becoming newly unemployed and those falling in to...

Co-operative Development Agency (10 Jan 1990)

John McFall: The Minister cannot come up with anything. Everything is still at the drawing board stage and up for bargaining. Co-operatives must take their chance along with others. The Government have the brass neck to get rid of the co-operative sector at the same time as going ahead with the TECs scheme in Scotland. The Government are showing that they are not interested in the 25,000 jobs that have...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: EU Defence Initiatives (27 Nov 2000)

David Borrow: May I tell my right hon. Friend how important European co-operation in defence is to my constituents who are employed on the production of the Eurofighter? They are greatly concerned that if the Conservative party were to return to government, many of their jobs would be at risk as a result of the party's opposition to European co-operation. Will my right hon. Friend assure me and my...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill: Clause 12. — (Power of Minister to supervise estate management and husbandry.) (4 Jun 1947)

Mrs. Manning: It is right both in theory and in practice, and if it is not, it is up to hon. Gentlemen because they have representation in those areas. They know the farmers on the executive committees, and it is part of their job, as it is of ours, to see that the executive committees do their work properly. I hope we shall have the co-operation of all hon. Members opposite in trying to get...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Information Services: Questions (21 Nov 1966)

Mr George Wigg: The hon. Gentleman does not seem to appreciate that I do not answer Questions on the content of policy. I answer Questions about co-ordination, and when a Question is put down about co-ordination—no one has yet put one down—I shall answer it. The hon. Gentleman does not understand the difference between the two Administrations. The previous Government employed two Ministers to do a job...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Channel Tunnel (23 Feb 1987)

Mr John Moore: Eurotunnel's contractors, Trans-Manche Link, have already placed orders worth £6·4 million for the first two tunnel-boring machines with James Howden & Co. in Glasgow, and £1·2 million for locomotives with Hunslett Engineering Co. in Yorkshire. Letters of intent placed with these two companies total a further £8·5 million. In all, orders for equipment and materials for Eurotunnel are...

Written Answers — International Development: Private Sector (23 Apr 2012)

Stephen O'Brien: The Department for International Development (DFID) works with co-operatives as part of our private sector activities. For example, DFID's Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund (FRICH) works with several co-operatives in African countries to bring more African products onto supermarket shelves in the UK. DFID understands the importance of the private sector in providing young people with jobs...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Jobcentre Plus (11 Mar 2009)

Tony McNulty: holding answer 5 March 2009 The administration of Jobcentre Plus is a matter for the acting chief executive of Jobcentre Plus, Mel Groves. I have asked him to provide my hon. Friend with the information requested. Letter from Mel Groves: The Secretary of State has asked me to reply to your questions about Jobcentre Plus Drug Co-ordinators including how many will be employed; what percentage...

Orders of the Day — Cotton Industry Bill (4 Jun 1959)

Mr Charles Hale: I am grateful to the hon. Member for giving way. The word "co-operation" has some importance. I understood that the hon. Member had been saying that unless the employees co-operated by accepting the amount of compensation offered to them the employers might lose the scheme and the employees might lose their jobs. The word "co-operation" raises a difficult question of terminology. The hon....

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Dairy Supply Chain (1 Feb 2001)

Mr Richard Livsey: What will the Minister do to encourage co-operation in dairying? Dairy Crest has salami-sliced jobs in west Wales and Cardiff, where 550 jobs have been lost from the industry. A plant lies empty in Whitland, although it could perfectly well sustain the jobs. Will she please help the dairy industry to restore those jobs and to make organic and environmentally friendly products in Wales?

Children Bill [HL] (21 Jun 2004)

Baroness Andrews: My Lords, I cannot answer that question at present. It is a co-ordinating post, so the person would be responsible for ensuring that the other people involved in delivering services to the young person did their job properly. If those people had rights of entry, the co-ordinator would ensure that they were enforced. We do not know whether they would have in their job description any...


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