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The Cumulative Impact of Welfare Reform on Households in Scotland Report, 2/03/15 [S]
On Monday 2 March 2015 the Welfare Reform Committee published its 1st Report, 2015 (Session 4): The Cumalitive Impact of Welfare Reform on Households in Scotland.

Devolution Committee take evidence on Welfare Causes, 19/02/15[S]
During its meeting of 19 February 2015 the Scottish Parliament Devolution (Further Powers) Committee took evidence on Welfare Clauses.

Women, Further Devolution and Social Security Motion, 16/02/15[S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 16 February 2015 by Christina McKelvie (SNP) onWomen, Further Devolution and Social Security.

Pupils Enjoying Free School Meals, 07/01/15 [S]
Providing a free school lunch for every P1-3 child in Scotland is “an investment in our nation’s future”, according to Deputy First Minister John Swinney.

Statutory Maternity Pay Written Answer, 05/01/15 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Clare Adamson's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Government in light of the potential impact on employment, what estimate it has made of how much statutory maternity pay would be in 2015-16 if it had been uprated by Consumer Price Index inflation since 2011-12 and how this compares with the actual amount.

Health in Pregancy Grant Written Answer, 05/01/2015 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Clare Adamson's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Government in light of the potential impact on the health of pregnant women, what estimate it has made of the financial impact of the discontinuation of the Health in Pregnancy Grant in 2011

Back to school for First Minister, 05/01/15 [S]
Schools across Scotland are now serving up free school meals to every Primary 1-3 pupil, following the Scottish Government’s expanded free schools meals policy coming into effect today.

Tackling health inequalities, 05/01/15 [S]
Despite significant investment in tackling health inequalities in Scotland since devolution, the gap between rich and poor remains persistently wide, according to an inquiry by the Health and Sport Committee.

Scottish Women's Employment Motion, 9/12/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 9 December 2014 by Christina McKelvie (SNP) on Scottish Women’s Employment. The full text of the motion reads:

Welfare Reform and the Smith Commission Motion, 9/12/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 9 December 2014 by Michael McMahon (Lab) on Welfare Reform and the Smith Commission