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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (25 Jan 2017)

Promoting the increased consumption of school milk – Lord Lexden. Oral questions

Business without Debate: Dean Quarry, St Keverne (10 Jan 2017)

Derek Thomas: ...their fields, and they have worries about their cattle ingesting PM2.5 particulates. Although there have been no studies to show how such particulates might affect both the animals’ health and their milk, 4 million litres of milk per annum are produced within a mile of the quarry, much of it organic. There will also be an impact on local inshore fishing. Alongside farming, risks...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Nutrition: Health Education (16 Dec 2016)

Nicola Blackwood: ...groups during development. The Government supports a range of initiatives to provide a ‘nutritional safety net’ including the Healthy Start scheme which provides vouchers that can be spent on milk, fruit, vegetables and infant formula milk to more than half a million pregnant women and children under four years old in very low income and disadvantaged families, the School...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Milk (6 Dec 2016)

Martyn Day: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how much milk is purchased by (a) nursery and (b) primary schools each year.

Scottish Parliament: World AIDS Day 2016 (30 Nov 2016)

Kezia Dugdale: ...000 carriers”. Little did he know that, just five years later, there would be 10 million people living with HIV. Today, the figure stands at 36.7 million people. Sir David Price MP rose to ask for some clarification from the minister. He asked whether the disease could be transmitted through saliva or tears. What about breast milk? Was it safe to hug, to kiss, to cry or shake hands?...

Written Answers — Department for Education: School Milk (28 Nov 2016)

Martyn Day: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how much milk is consumed in (a) nursery and (b) primary schools.

Reducing Health Inequality (24 Nov 2016)

Alison Thewliss: ...improve the physical and social environment and housing. We have invested heavily in housing, because much of the ill health was coming from housing that was damp and substandard. Housing was making people ill and was not being tackled. We have increased free school meals and continued commitments such as free prescriptions, concessionary travel and free personal care. The hon. Member for...

Rural Bus Services - Question for Short Debate (24 Nov 2016)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: low-skilled, low-paid, insecure work. Meanwhile, the farmers are having a tough time too. The dairy industry, for example, is caught in a perfect storm of global market saturation and declining milk prices. At the same time, price volatility is now a widespread hazard. Understandably, it makes farmers fearful for the future. In turn, that impacts on their confidence and investment in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Milk (24 Nov 2016)

Nicholas Dakin: What assessment has the Department made of the importance of the provision of school and nursery milk in supporting dairy farmers?

Scottish Parliament: Year of the Dad (23 Nov 2016)

Finlay Carson: Galloway. My dad has always been a hardworking man, farming during a time that witnessed an agricultural revolution, with farms changing from using horses to using tractors and from having byres to having automatic milking parlours. I came along in 1967, when my dad was still working six-and-a-half days a week, with one week off once a year, after the tattie holidays. I used to see him...

Child Poverty - Question for Short Debate (17 Nov 2016)

Lord Mawson: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lord Bird for introducing this important debate. I grew up in Bradford, delivering milk in the early morning with my father, who was a milkman on the Thorpe Edge housing estate—one of the largest housing estates in the city, with all the high statistics you would expect in one of the most challenging communities in this country. As a young person I got...

Written Answers — Department for Education: School Milk (14 Nov 2016)

Nicholas Dakin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what steps her Department is taking to ensure that school pupils and their parents or guardians are aware of the health benefits of nursery and school milk consumption.

Scottish Parliament: Digital Strategy (3 Nov 2016)

Rhoda Grant: ...not have access have less chance of changing their lot or getting the benefits that they are entitled to. A lack of connectivity means that our farmers are getting up in the wee small hours not to milk the cows but to try to submit their common agricultural policy payment claim while no one else is using the connection. At a time when we face depopulation in our islands and remote areas,...

Good Parliament Report — [Mrs Madeleine Moon in the Chair] (2 Nov 2016)

Alison Thewliss: ...across the country to consider their own practices. Yesterday, a friend who works at SNP headquarters in Edinburgh posted a photo of the breast pumps belonging to her and her colleague, both of whom have been supported by the SNP to express milk at work. As my hon. Friend the Member for Aberdeen North said, we both breastfed our babies in council meetings. Councillor Fay Sinclair is doing...

Leaving the EU: North-East Exports (25 Oct 2016)

Phil Wilson: a Vote Leave press release from 19 April that there would be enough money for 14 Astute-class submarines. There was to be money for pothole repairs and tax cuts, and wages would be higher and fuel bills cheaper—no doubt, Brexit would be a land of milk and honey, where the sun shines and everyone lives happily ever after. The Minister is on record, in his blog, as saying:...

Libraries, Bookshops and Booksellers - Motion to Take Note (13 Oct 2016)

Lord Griffiths of Burry Port: .... In my own case, before I had any books of my own, there were libraries. I do not quite share the beginnings of the noble Lord, Lord Bird. I could read, I passed the 11-plus examination and went to a grammar school. This debate and the previous one actually belong together; in terms of social mobility, they are two sides of the same coin. My brother, who failed, did not read, although he...

Aleppo and Syria (11 Oct 2016)

Mary Creagh: ...them among us. These are people like us. They had cars, apartments, solar panels and satellite TV, but were forced to flee bombs, napalm, sarin gas and cluster munitions from a Government who target schools and hospitals—a Government who are aided and abetted by Russia, whose sole aim is to preserve access to the Mediterranean through its port at Tartus in Syria. Russia attacked the...

Scottish Parliament: Rural Economy (European Union Referendum) (27 Sep 2016)

Brian Whittle: ...of their competitors; our fishermen adhere to a very strict quota system; and the processing capabilities in Scotland have not been developed in line with production. For example, we import dried milk from as far afield as New Zealand and our farmers have to send their milk outside our borders to get it processed. All that would be acceptable if we then recognised the increased cost of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Rural Bank Closures (26 Sep 2016)

Kellie Armstrong: ...want to discuss personal banking requirements over the post office counter, especially when that counter is in the garage forecourt where their neighbours are next in the queue waiting to buy their milk. I have heard from constituents about how the post office alternative is no longer available because even the post office in that village has closed. Indeed, I have heard about situations...

Tax Credits: Concentrix (14 Sep 2016)

Julie Cooper: ...the House the story of one of my constituents, a single mother of four, whose tax credits were stopped in error. As a result, her claim has been closed down, her children can no longer access free school dinners, she cannot get free milk tokens for her baby, and, more importantly, she has been told that her claim cannot be reopened for 44 days. Will the Minister assure me that she will...

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