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I have listened to calls from Shane King, the Member for Kallangur and other MPs including the Members for Lytton, Mackay, Redcliffe, Keppel, Gladstone, Barron River and Maryborough, who highlighted strong community interest in the green paper and lobbied on behalf of their constituents for more time to submit feedback.
International evidence is compelling, and to exclude GDL from the green paper would greatly reduce the potential for evidence based change.
Road safety campaigners and insurance companies, however, point out that the Green Paper is only a starting point for further discussion.
There will be a consultation over the Green Paper proposals in the coming month and it is important that people respond and tell councillors of the value and importance of the library service.
EU legislation in the area this green paper could eventually influence entails Directivea2010/13/EU on audiovisual media services, which aims to ensure a single market and legal security for the European television and audiovisual sector by creating fair competition conditions between radio broadcasting and on-demand services.
These two factors must be particularly taken into account, the Commission emphasises in its green paper.
The Green Paper aims to collect facts and stakeholders' views on the impacts of plastic waste and a way of mitigating them through a European strategy.
What will it take offers 10 recommendations, including that the government first identify and build on what is working well before any changes are implemented; and a very careful evaluation of any policy changes identified in the Green Paper be completed.
What is important is the consultation period during which anyone with a view can respond to the Green Paper and I encourage all interested parties to engage in this process.
In addition to the green paper on legal aid reform, the MoJ has published a green paper covering some of Lord Justice Jackson's proposals, chiefly those relating to CFAs and one-way costs shifting.
A Ministry of Justice spokesman would not confirm any details of the Green Paper, but said: "We need a more intelligent approach to sentencing that targets the root causes of crime and reoffending, so making our communities safer and better places to live.
Cut out two leaves and a stalk from the green paper and glue to the edge of the plate.
Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth will publish an interim green paper on the issues to be covered early next year, with a view to holding a full strategic defence review early in the next parliament.
A PENSIONERS' organisation warned a long awaited green paper on care must pass key tests if it is to tackle the crisis currently affecting the service in Wales.
The Green Paper, and the White Paper that follows it, will become a government document, stipulating the future policy on the management of the coast, conservation and sustainable development, and from which possible legislation may be drafted.