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Scottish Parliament: Environmental Targets (Impact of Covid-19) (4 Jun 2020)

Sarah Boyack: I am keen to know the cabinet secretary’s response to the plans made by more than 80 civil society organisations that want the Scottish Government to invest in green recovery and a wellbeing economy as we come out of Covid-19, so that we can transform society and the economy to meet the first of our new climate emissions targets while greatly enhancing biodiversity and our environment.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (21 Feb 2017)

Home Affairs: Hate crime and its violent consequences. 2:15 pm; The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Sarah Green, Co-Director, End Violence Against Women Coalition Melanie Jeffs, Manager, Nottingham Women's Centre Superintendent Ted Antill, Hate Crime Lead, Nottinghamshire Police Paul Giannasi, Hate Crime Policy Advisor to the National Police Chiefs' Council Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton, National Policing Lead for Hate Crime, National Police Chiefs' Council Claire Light, Head of...

Government Mandate for the NHS (25 Apr 2019)

Sarah Wollaston: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. When the Secretary of State comes to the Dispatch Box and makes a clear commitment that the publication date of the Green Paper will be before Christmas, and we know that the document has been written, what are the consequences of an absolute failure to honour such a commitment made at the Dispatch Box by a Secretary of State?

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (20 Jul 2011)

Sarah Teather: Our Green Paper, “Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability”, proposed that all families of children with the proposed “Education, Health and Care Plan” would be able to take up the offer of a personal budget by 2014. On 30 June, we invited bids from local authorities and their partners to become pathfinders. The pathfinders will test a range...

Scottish Parliament: Green Jobs (24 Nov 2004)

Ted Brocklebank: ...things such as triple glazing, better insulation, computerised temperature control and so on. Those measures are all part of the mix and they all produce jobs. We are yet to see the Executive's green jobs strategy. I have no quarrel with the aspiration to produce more green jobs but, like Robert Brown, I am concerned about the Executive's apparent failure to look beyond wind power. Sarah...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Apr 2006)

Sarah McCarthy-Fry: ...to offer free off-peak bus travel or free parking vouchers. Does the Prime Minister agree that that is an example of both Opposition parties displaying chamaeleon qualities by pretending to be green but in fact promoting more use of private cars?

Climate Change Policy (23 Apr 2019)

Sarah Newton: ...clean growth at the heart of our local and regional industrial strategy. Many innovative businesses will be delivering the solutions that we need to decarbonise, so will the Minister publish the green finance strategy when she publishes her response to the recommendations of the Committee on Climate Change, because like her, I think that market forces can be forces for good?

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (19 Apr 2012)

Sarah Teather: ...the special educational needs (SEN) provision in their local areas, consulting their local authority peers, schools and other agencies, such as local health providers. The SEN and disability Green Paper, “Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability”, said that the Government would encourage greater collaboration between local areas to improve...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Recreation Spaces: East of England (15 Jun 2009)

Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Public parks and green spaces are primarily funded through revenue support grant provided by Communities and Local Government. Central Government does not prescribe how much should be spent by each local authority on their open spaces; this is a matter for them to determine in line with local priorities. Information is not collected by central Government on the number of parks in a local...

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (28 Oct 2010)

Sarah Teather: ...that they want to make the special educational needs system, including the statementing process, less adversarial and bureaucratic and for it to provide a more comprehensive service for families. A Green Paper on special educational needs and disability, which we aim to publish later this year, will set out the Government's vision for the future of special educational needs.

Written Answers — Education: Special Needs (16 Jan 2012)

Sarah Teather: ...local authorities holding responsibility for assessing needs and making provision can appear to be a conflict of interest and lead to a lack of confidence in the process. That is why, through our Green Paper pathfinders, we are testing ways in which the voluntary sector might improve parents' confidence in the assessment process.

Scottish Parliament: Democratic Reform (29 Apr 2010)

Michael McMahon: The Greens could have used their time this morning to do that—it was not their debate a couple of weeks ago. This is their time, this morning, and neither of their two choices has been to debate climate change or environmental issues. They have clearly brought to the chamber a debate that suits their partnership with the SNP Government. I would have thought that, in the middle of a general...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Special Educational Needs (15 Nov 2010)

Sarah Teather: To deliver the Government's commitments on special educational needs, I am publishing a Green Paper later this year to look at the wide range of issues concerning children with special educational needs and disabilities. To inform this important work, I issued a call for views and have met parents, teachers, local authorities, charities and other groups. I am also considering the findings of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Special Educational Needs (Daventry) (11 Oct 2010)

Sarah Teather: May I very strongly encourage the hon. Gentleman and his constituents to respond to the call to send in views for the Green Paper? The call closes on 15 October, so there are just a few more days to respond, and I should be very grateful if he made sure that that his constituents' experiences were represented. If he wishes to meet me further, I shall be very happy to do so.

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (2 Dec 2010)

Against: Alexander, Ms Wendy (Paisley North) (Lab) Baillie, Jackie (Dumbarton) (Lab) Baker, Richard (North East Scotland) (Lab) Boyack, Sarah (Edinburgh Central) (Lab) Brankin, Rhona (Midlothian) (Lab) Chisholm, Malcolm (Edinburgh North and Leith) (Lab) Foulkes, George (Lothians) (Lab) Gillon, Karen (Clydesdale) (Lab) Glen, Marlyn (North East Scotland) (Lab) Godman, Trish (West...

Written Answers — Education: Children: Autism (12 Jul 2011)

Sarah Teather: ...with special educational needs (SEN), including those with autistic spectrum disorders, and to make appropriate provision for them. Consultation has recently finished on the SEN and disability Green Paper, “Support and aspiration”, which sets out wide-ranging proposals for improvement. The Green Paper says that the Department will make available free training materials on four areas of...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Jun 2012)

Sarah Veale: The only thing I would add to that is that there are a number of very productive and successful green reps in workplaces—union reps who specialise in the promotion of environmental and green issues—and I would not want that to be overlooked. Often in the workplace, people will put their names forward to become representatives of unions, or representatives possibly outside...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Children's Health (6 May 2008)

Dawn Butler: ...and young mums. By 2010, there will be a children's centre in every constituency. In the meantime, however, does my hon. Friend agree that baby and toddler centres like the one that my constituent, Sarah Green, is fighting for should be kept open by primary care trusts and local authorities?

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (24 Apr 2018)

Health and Social Care: Long term funding of adult social care. 2:30 pm; Other
Witnesses: Douglas Cooper, Project Lead, Competition and Markets Authority Professor Martin Green, Chief Executive, Care England Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Care Quality Commission Jules Constantinou, President-elect, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Sarah Pickup, Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association John Jackson, Co-Lead of the Resources Policy Network,...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Parks: Finance (15 Jun 2009)

Sarah McCarthy-Fry: Public parks and green spaces are primarily funded through revenue support grant provided to local authorities by Communities and Local Government. Central Government does not prescribe how much should be spent by each local authority on their open spaces; this is a matter for them to determine in line with local priorities. Information is not collected by central Government on the number of...


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