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Childcare Written Answer, 01/04/14 {E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 01 April 2014 in response to Lucy Powell's (Lab) question asking the Chancellor of the Exchequer how his Department calculates that 2.5 million eligible families would benefit from tax-free childcare in the consultation on Tax-free Childcare; and how his Department calculated the revised figure of 1.26 million eligible families in Delivering Tax-Free Childcare, the Government's response to the consultation on design and operation.

Childcare Written Answer, 01/04/14 {E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 1 April 2014 in response to Stella Creasy's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Education what meetings officials in his Department have had with officials from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on the implications of the Consumer Rights Bill for (a) childcare voucher users and (b) providers of childcare services; and what the Civil Service grades of officials present were.

Education Committee takes evidence on educational future, 01/04/14 [S]
During its meeting of 1 April 2014 the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee took evidence as part of its inquiry into Scotlandís Educational and Cultural Future.

Childcare Written Answer, 31/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 31 March 2014 in response to Tristram Hunt's (Lab) question asking the Chancellor of the Exchequer what provision he has made in funding for the tax-free childcare scheme beyond 2015 for increased take up from childcare resulting from maternal employment.

Childcare Written Answer, 31/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 31 March 2014 in response to William Bain's (Lab) question asking the Chancellor of the Exchequer what discussions he had with Atos and employers providing workplace-based child care before the announcement of his policy on tax relief for child care; if he willmake an assessment of the effects of the introduction of tax relief on childcare on existing employer-provided childcare schemes in each of the next four financial years; and if he will estimate the administration costs of the introduction of tax relief on childcare in each of the next four financial years.

Childcare Oral Question, 26/03/14 [S]
During Question Time on 26 March 2014 Mary Fee (Lab) asked the Scottish Government when its policy on childcare in an independent Scotland will be completed.

Childcare Oral Question, 26/03/14 [S]
During Question Time on 26 March 2014 Mark Griffin (Lab) asked the Scottish Government on what basis it considers that its childcare plans for an independent Scotland would create a 6 per cent rise in female employment.

Childcare Written Answer, 26/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 26 March 2014 in response to Lucy Powell's (Lab) question asking the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the reasons are for the difference between paragraph 1.5 of Tax-Free Childcare: consultation on design and operation, which states that tax-free childcare will ultimately be available to up to around 2.5 million working families in the UK and paragraph B.4 of the Government's response to that consultation, which states that around 1.9 million families will be eligible for tax-free childcare; and what the difference is between being eligible for the scheme and having qualifying childcare costs.

Childcare Written Answer, 26/03/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to John Pentland's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government whether a full analysis of its childcare policy, including in an independent Scotland, will be included in the report by the Council of Economic Advisers.

Childcare Written Answer, 24/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 24 March 2014 in response to Frank Field's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what assessment he has made of the distributional effect of raising the proportion of childcare costs covered by universal credit to 85 per cent within the existing budget.