Keeping you up to date on the progress of the Named Person scheme and the NO2NP campaign.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney told the Education and Skills Committee a few weeks ago that he wasn’t prepared to…Continue Reading
Like out-of-date milk was the Information Commissioner’s 2013 data-sharing advice to public bodies following the Supreme Court ruling in July….Continue Reading
The Scottish Government has repeatedly tried to claim the Named Person Supreme Court legal challenge failed, even though judges stated…Continue Reading
If only someone had sounded the alarm about the potential of the Named Person scheme to breach human rights **…Continue Reading
Utopia: “an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect.” You would perhaps expect to see ‘utopian’…Continue Reading
NO2NP has won the award for “Public Campaigner of the Year” at The Herald’s Scottish Politician of the Year Awards…Continue Reading
Report by Lesley Scott of Tymes Trust It was a cold, damp Saturday morning as our dedicated NO2NP volunteers gathered…Continue Reading
Deputy First Minister John Swinney has been accused of arrogance for ignoring concerned parents and constituents over the Named Person…Continue Reading
Alongside the SNP Conference in Glasgow last week, IdeaSpace hosted a fringe event debate on Friday on the subject: “Is…Continue Reading
Report by Lesley Scott of Tymes Trust The NO2NP campaign was back in action again on the streets of Scotland…Continue Reading
"I oppose the Scottish Government's plan to assign a 'Named Person' to every child in Scotland because it undermines families and diverts resources from children who need them."