Blunkett Banks RHDTC

July 1999
Logistics & Transport Focus;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p54
Trade Publication
Reports that David Blunkett, education and employment secretary of Great Britain, has welcomed a commitment by the National Training Organizations to boost levels of investment in people, as of 1999.


Related Articles

  • Penal experts slams Blunkett's prison reforms. Conrad, Mark // Public Finance;11/1/2002, p9 

    Reports on the reaction of penal expert to British Home Secretary David Blunkett's prison reform proposal. Modification of the home detection curfew system; Calls for improvements in the probation service.

  • In brief.  // New Statesman & Society;4/12/96, Vol. 9 Issue 398, p9 

    Reports on British Labour Party education spokesperson, David Blunkett's unveiling of plans to encourage private finance to aid schools that are in difficulty.

  • The British approach to disability is to pretend it isn't there. But angry paraplegics in `piss...' Odone, Cristina // New Statesman;06/05/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4388, p27 

    Presents information on David Blunkett, secretary of state for education in Great Britain and how British people reacts to persons with disabilities. Accomplishments of Blunkett; Reference to a survey by the Leonard Cheshire Foundation; Details on the survey.

  • Blunkett on cybersecurity.  // Computer Weekly;5/12/2009, p18 

    A photograph is presented that features David Blunkett, MP and former British Home Secretary.

  • Forget the camping holidays: just give the cash to schools. Odone, Cristina // New Statesman;01/10/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4468, p24 

    Focuses on the decision of David Blunkett, the Secretary of State for Education, that 16 year olds in England must take part in summer camps. Benefits of summer camps; Suspicion that the government wants to monitor young people's every move; Agency that is funding the project.

  • Blunkett moots 'buddy scheme'.  // Community Care;1/24/2002, Issue 1406, p6 

    Reveals that refugee organizations in Great Britain have welcomed the news that home secretary David Blunkett is considering a scheme for refugees to help them integrate into British life in January 2002. Views of the Refugee Council on the scheme; Implication of the scheme for the British people.

  • Part-time prisoners' plan praised. Mielton, DAvid // Public Finance;2/8/2002, p11 

    Reports the announcement from Home Secretary David Blunkett to allow prisoners in jail for non-violent crimes to visit their families.

  • Blunkett's new best friend is Buddy Scheme.  // Personnel Today;1/22/2002, p7 

    Focuses on the comment of Great Britain Home Secretary David Blunkett on Canada's Buddy Scheme, a scheme for immigrants.

  • Blunkett admits to error on targets and centre plans come under fire. Gillen, Sally // Community Care;9/26/2002, Issue 1441, p14 

    Reports that David Blunkett, Home secretary of Great Britain, admitted that he had scrapped the target of removing asylum seekers. Number of asylum seekers that have been deported per month; Criticism on plans for accommodation centers; Reason for criticizing the idea of accommodation centers.


Read the Article

Courtesy of

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics