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Looked After Children Written Answer, 20/02/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Jayne Baxter's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government how many looked-after children there have been in each year since 2007, also broken down by local authority.

Children and Young People Bill passed, 19/02/14 [S]
Childrenís Minister Aileen Campbell has welcomed Parliamentís backing for new laws to provide greater support for children and families.

Brighter future for care leavers, 18/02/14 [S]
Scotlandís Minister for Children & Young People met a group of young care leavers, on the eve of a vote in the Scottish Parliament for legislation that would enable teenagers to remain in care longer and extend their entitlement to support to the age of 26.

Delegated Powers Committee considers Children and Young People Bill, 04/02/14 [S]
During its meeting of 4 February 2014 the Scottish Parliament Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee considered the Children and Young People Bill after Stage 2.

Housing Written Answer, 24/01/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Mary Fee's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government what priority local authorities give to looked after children applying for socially rented accommodation and what support they provide to ensure that they maintain their tenancies.

Health Committee considers Public Bodies Bill, 21/01/14 [S]
During its meeting of 21 January 2014 the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee considered the Public Bodies (Joint Working) Bill at Stage 2.

Looked After Children Written Answer, 14/01/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Kezia Dugdale's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government whether the school inspection system assesses a school's ability to cater for the needs of looked-after children.

Education Committee considers Children and Young People Bill at Stage 2, 14/01/14[S]
During its meeting of 14 January 2014 the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee considered the Children and Young People Bill at Stage 2.

Greater rights for young people in care, 06/01/14 {S]
Hundreds of Scotlandís most vulnerable young people are to be given greater rights to continuing their care placement into early adulthood from next year, the Scottish Government has announced.

Taking Children into care Debate, 05/12/13 [S]
During its meeting of 5 December 2013 the Scottish Parliament debated decision making on whether to take children into care. Stewart Maxwell (SNP) opened the debate for the Education and Culture Committee.