Children and Families Bill
Public Reading is an initiative to give members of the public the opportunity to provide their views on Bills before they are made into law
Your comments on the Children and Families Bill will be made available to the Committee of MPs responsible for examining the Bill in detail so that they can take them into account when deciding whether to make changes to the Bill. The Public Reading for this Bill will close on 26 February to allow time for your comments to be collated and made available to MPs on the Bill Committee.
The Children and Families Bill would change the law relating to adoption and children looked after by local authorities
The Bill would make changes to legislation relating to childminder agencies and childcare providers
The terms and conditions to the Public Reading forum for the Children and Families Bill.
The Bill would make changes to family law, including the law relating to care proceedings, and arrangements for children after divorce or separation
The Bill would amend the Commissioner’s functions and powers and is intended to increase the Commissioner’s independence from Government
The Bill would provide new entitlements for employees relating to the right to request flexible working
Read the additional comments made that relates to the Children and Families Bill's public reading.
The Bill would provide new entitlements for employees relating to time off work for ante-natal care etc.
The Bill would provide statutory rights for employees relating to parental leave and pay
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