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green paper

(in Britain) a command paper containing policy proposals to be discussed, esp by Parliament
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Based on the ongoing level of interest and community feedback on the Green Paper, public comment will now be open for an extra two weeks and close on 14 October 2016, Minister Donaldson said.
The green paper was to set out options for tackling the burden of young driver crashes on services, including the NHS, supported by an evidence review by the Transport Research Laboratory.
8220;We were hoping to see the Green Paper proposals in the New Year, but having already been delayed a number of times, we now fear that they have been shelved indefinitely.
The Developing Inclusive Communities Green Paper charges the districts with reducing their property portfolios, of integrating services and of further reducing 'costly' staff.
The green paper invites stakeholders to give their opinions(1) by the end of 2013 on questions such as: the protection of European values and the interests of users (particularly concerning the protection of children and access for handicapped users), the single market and technological standards, which vary from one member state to another; the impact of convergence and changes in consumer behaviour on methods of financing films, television programmes and other content; and the opening and pluralism of the media.
Considering we will have a new Parliament in May 2014, I think that we should be able to obtain an agreement with the Council and Parliament by 2015, which leaves a sufficient margin of manoeuvre for investors," Energy CommissioneraGunther Oettinger, who co-wrote the green paper with Climate Action Commissioner Connie Hedegaard, told a press conference, on 27 March.
He added that the Green Paper underlines the key role that plastic plays in many industrial processes and applications, and the potential economic gains of higher recycling rates.
The Green Paper implied trade-offs that, in order to do better for vulnerable children, some children currently receiving important services would have to miss out.
WEDNESDAY, March 9 was a big day for all of us directly or indirectly associated with special educational needs with the publication of the long awaited government Green Paper.
However, in a green paper on legal aid reform published in November 2010, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) proposed that this was removed.
Mr Clarke will rule out scrapping short jail terms, however, while a Tory pledge to make judges set minimum and maximum sentences will not be included in the Green Paper, the newspaper reported.
You will need: Scraps of red paper (tissue, wrapping, junk mail etc) Small scrap of green paper PVA / White glue Paper plate Method: Cover the back of the paper plate with glue.