Education Questions

The most publicly-viewed, and least productive, part of the Parliamentarian's day when Ministers of the Crown are brought in front of the opposition and summarily raked over the coals. Of course, nothing is ever really asked and nothing is ever really answered, but it makes for good theatre.
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Alexander 'Alec' Dundas
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Education Questions

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Order! Questions to the Secretary of State for Education and Children
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*files nails*
Astrid Goldman, Lady Goldman MP
Labour Party| Member for Pontefract and Castleford
Secretary of State for Education and Children 2001-present
Previously: MoS for Schools 1998-2001
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Madam Speaker,

Does my right honourable friend agree with me that shared parental leave is a necessary step towards equalising the field between mothers and fathers, enabling both parents to play an active role in their young childrens’ lives, and improving the rights and wellbeing of both parents and children?
Mrs Juliet Manning MP
Member of Parliament for Crosby 2001-Present
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Madam Speaker,

It remains an absolute priority of this Government to support families. Evidence is clear that loving homes and a stable hone environment is a key driver in ensuring positive life chances for children. I am happy to hear from my honourable friend on this particular policy proposal and will happily meet her to discuss it further if she wishes.
Astrid Goldman, Lady Goldman MP
Labour Party| Member for Pontefract and Castleford
Secretary of State for Education and Children 2001-present
Previously: MoS for Schools 1998-2001
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