Rosie Cooper

What estimate he has made of the likely change in the number of jobs in the voluntary sector in the next three years.

— from debate entitled “Voluntary Sector (Jobs)

The three speeches/headings immediately before

  1. 1 earlier: Francis Maude

    I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for that relevant question. The introduction of the big society bank certainly does not obviate the broader need to support voluntary and social enterprises, in the interests of local residents. The bank’s remit will be UK-wide. The money put in by the banks will be for UK purposes, but the money coming into the big society bank in due course from dormant bank accounts will be for England only, unless the devolved Administrations decide to put their share of that money into the big society bank, which I hope they will be encouraged to do.

  2. 2 earlier: Mark Durkan

    What steps have been taken to ensure that the big society bank will be relevant and accessible in all regions? Also, is it being impressed upon the banks that the coming arrival of the big society bank will not obviate their duty to show consideration and support for the third sector in the current challenging funding environment?

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