Weekly Bulletin

December 2013
Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;12/16/2013, Issue 634, p1
The article presents an overview of the children's services activity in Whitehall and Westminster in Great Britain as of December 2013. A list of debates and events is offered which includes mindfulness in education, apprenticeships and school careers service. Schedules of government consultations and ministerial speeches are also presented.


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