Commons Select Committee, December 2016
The Health Committee has published an interim report to allow the emerging themes from witnesses to be presented to government in time to inform the updated suicide prevention strategy. A full report will follow next year, once the strategy has been published and witnesses have been invited to give their views.
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House of Commons Library, December 2016
This Commons Library briefing paper provides an overview of social work reform and the regulation of the social work profession in England. It also outlines the Government’s proposal for a new social work specific regulator.
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Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, May 2015
Sugars can be added to food and drinks or occur naturally in fruit, vegetables and milk. A high sugar diet increases the risk of tooth decay and weight gain, and high consumption of sugar sweetened drinks is associated with type 2 diabetes. This paper describes trends in sugar consumption in the UK, the public health implications and outlines policy options.
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UK Parliament, 5 November 2014
In a report published on 5 November 2014, titled Children’s and adolescents’ mental health services and CAMHS, the Health Select Committee concludes that there are serious and deeply ingrained problems with the commissioning and provision of children’s and adolescents’ mental health services.
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UK Parliament, 2 September 2014
The Home Affairs Committee took evidence on policing and mental health on Tuesday 2 September 2014.
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