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The Government hopes the legislation resulting from the Green Paper - Parental Separation: Children's Needs and Parents' Responsibilities - will take the anger out of relationship breakdowns and lessen the blow for any children involved.
The green paper recommended legislation to create the post of director of children's services in local authorities, accountable for local authority education and children's social services.
But "The Government have failed to address the full magnitude of the crisis in this Green Paper and this will condemn millions of people to poverty in their old age.
Options in the Green Paper include extending unpaid maternity leave so a woman could stay at home for a year and increasing the flat rate of maternity pay - currently pounds 60.
The green paper outlines several options from an all-out ban on abortion to complete liberalisation within Ireland.
The Green Paper provides three recommendations in particular: Establish an Australian infrastructure market, Enhance attractiveness of infrastructure private funding and Overhaul infrastructure for radical innovation and productivity growth.
Responding to the West Midlands Gridlock or Growth green paper, the Chamber said it favoured charges based on time, distance and location travelled in Birmingham and the West Midlands.
INSURANCE industry federations will be consulted on the drafting of a Green Paper by the European Commission, which will herald a major and comprehensive review of European Union legislation and programmes affecting Europe's seas and oceans.
The NSPCC's claim came in a response to the Children's Green Paper published last week, which the organisation said was the ``most significant opportunity for children in a generation''.
Shadow education secretary Damian Green said the Government allowed the Green Paper to be "damagingly" delayed to protect Mrs Hodge.
In its long-awaited Green Paper, the Government proposed a series of measures to help people continue working past 65.
The government has published a green paper outlining proposals to put students at the heart of higher education.
Consultation on this Green Paper is open until 20 November and I would urge people to study the document, complete the questionnaire and send in their views.
Steven Moffat said the BBC was "a beacon of quality" and described the recent green paper on its future as "wretched" and "wrong".
THE UK Government's green paper on the future of the BBC raises concerns about the value for money of Welsh language radio services and Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has warned that S4C is also expected to make savings.