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January 06
Parliamentary Questions

These questions were answered in the scottish Parliament in December 2010:

David Whitton (Strathkelvin and Bearsden) (Lab): To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has been informed of the estimated number of people on incapacity benefit or employment support allowance who will be required to seek work under the welfare reform proposals and, if so, what the impact of this will be on the Scottish economy. (S3W-37921)
Jackie Baillie (Dumbarton) (Lab): To ask the Scottish Executive whether Barnett consequentials for the recently announced additional £400 million for short breaks for carers in England will be reflected in the Scottish budget.
Jackie Baillie (Dumbarton) (Lab): To ask the Scottish Executive how it will ensure that the £5 million of Carer Information Strategy funding in the Scottish budget will be used to directly benefit unpaid carers and young carers.
Care Commission
Malcolm Chisholm (Edinburgh North and Leith) (Lab): To ask the Scottish Executive whether (a) NHS Quality Improvement Scotland staff or (b) staff transferred from the Care Commission will carry out the inspection of independent healthcare establishments from April 2011.
Social Care
Jamie Hepburn (Central Scotland) (SNP): To ask the Scottish Executive whether local authorities can insist that individuals use provided care services rather than choose self-directed support or direct payment options for care services.
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