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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Children and Social Work Bill [HL] 2016-17

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Children and Social Work Bill [HL].

Committee members and staff

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Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 8th sitting | PDF version, 81KB 12.01.2017
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 175KB 12.01.2017
Committee Debates: compilation of sittings so far (PDF, 1MB) 12.01.2017
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 245KB 10.01.2017
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 191KB 10.01.2017
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 152KB 15.12.2016
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 166KB 15.12.2016
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 176KB 13.12.2016
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 192KB 13.12.2016

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Written Evidence: Jewish Community Council of Gateshead (CSWB 69) (PDF, 434KB) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Keser Girls' School, Gateshead (CSWB 70) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Nagalro - further submission (CSWB 71) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr F H Mikdadi (CSWB 72) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Liberty (CSWB 73) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: The Adolescent and Children’s Trust (TACT) (CSWB 74) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Mrs Alex Bemrose (CSWB 75) 11.01.2017
Written Evidence: Jay Williams (CSWB 15) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Article 39 (CSWB 16) (PDF, 353KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: John Dawson, Senior Social Work Practitioner (CSWB 17) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Alice Barker Trust (CSWB 18) (PDF, 91KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Sonia Mainstone-Cotton (CSWB 19) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Judith King (CSWB 20) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Kirsty Walker (CSWB 21) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: CLIC Sargent (CSWB 22) (PDF, 236KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: British Association of Social Workers England (CSWB 23) (PDF, 165KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Jon Blend (CSWB 24) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Yorkshire & Humberside Independent Panel Chairs forum (CSWB 25) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Michael Shaw (CSWB 26) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Steve Rogowski (CSWB 27) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Peter Whitaker (CSWB 28) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: CoramBAAF (CSWB 29) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Children England (CSWB 30) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Alan Kennelly (CSWB 31) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Louise O’Sullivan IRO (CSWB 32) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: John Kemmis (CSWB 33) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Lisa Bailey (CSWB 34) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Helen Macfarlane (CSWB 35) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: John Plummer (CSWB 36) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Patrick Wilkings (CSWB 37) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Ms Roisin Sweeny (CSWB 38) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Rachel Olaoye (CSWB 39) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Lana Gayle (CSWB 40) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Alderman Mark Fittock (CSWB 41) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Unicef UK and the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CSWB 42) (PDF, 515KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Bolanle Kayode (CSWB 43) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Independent LSCB Chairs (CSWB 44) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Nagalro (CSWB 45) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Action for Children (CSWB 46) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Professor Mike Stein (CSWB 47) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Anne Jackson (CSWB 48) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: London and South East regional Foster Panel Chairs forum (CSWB 49) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: PSHE Association and NAHT (CSWB 50) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Royal College of Nursing (CSWB 51) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Pete Bentley (CSWB 52) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Pete Bentley (supplementary) (CSWB 52A) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Local Government Association (CSWB 53) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: David Hersh, Chairman of Governors, Tiferes High School (CSWB 54) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Young Futures (CSWB 55) (PDF, 282KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Mrs Judith Nemeth, Executive Director, the National Association of Jewish Orthodox Schools (CSWB 56) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Professors of Social Work (CSWB 57) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Article 39 (further submission) (CSWB 58) (PDF, 512KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Ray Jones, Emeritus Professor of Social Work, Kingston University and St George's, University of London (CSWB 59) (PDF, 321KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Coram Children's Legal Centre (CSWB 60) (PDF, 394KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Oliver Mills (CSWB 62) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Ateres High School, Gateshead (CSWB 63) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Dr Anna Gupta (CSWB 64) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: National Association of Reviewing Officers (NAIRO) (CSWB 65) (PDF, 300KB) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Emeritus Professor June Thoburn (CSWB 66) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Maria Stanley (CSWB 67) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Menorah Grammar School (London) (CSWB 68) 10.01.2017
Written Evidence: Women's Aid (CSWB 09) (PDF, 334KB) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: Women Against Rape (WAR) (CSWB 10) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: Equality and Human Rights Commission (CSWB 11) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: Anonymous (CSWB 12) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: Independent Children's Homes Association (CSWB 13) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: Mary J Flores AKA Mary Moss (CSWB 14) 15.12.2016
Written Evidence: A parent of a child in care with Asperger Syndrome/ASC (CSWB 01) (PDF, 145KB) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (CSWB 03) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: The Children's Society (CSWB 04) (PDF, 518KB) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (CSWB 05) (PDF, 289KB) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (CSWB 06) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: Terrence Higgins Trust (CSWB 07) 13.12.2016
Written Evidence: Legal Action for Women (CSWB 08) 13.12.2016

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