Infant Feeding and Inequalities APPG

First Registered: 28/04/2016 • Last updated on: 10/03/2021

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To raise awareness of infant feeding and allow MPs, peers and policy stakeholders an opportunity to meet regularly to ensure that this topic remains a priority for HM Government with a view to reducing inequalities and improving health.

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Recent Documents related to Infant Feeding and Inequalities

1. Infant Feeding and Inequalities
28/04/2016 - APPGs

Found: To raise awareness of infant feeding and allow MPs, peers and policy stakeholders an opportunity to meet

2. Better Breastfeeding - written evidence
12/02/2019 - Inquiry: First 1000 days of life - Health and Social Care Committee
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Found: Transformation Programme objectives         A national infant feeding strategy, based on the WHO Global Strategy

3. Lactation Consultants of Great Britain - written evidence
09/10/2018 - Inquiry: First 1000 days of life - Health and Social Care Committee
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Found: consult on practice and protocols related to infant feeding in the UK.We welcome members and associate

4. World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative - UK Steering Group - written evidence
09/10/2018 - Inquiry: First 1000 days of life - Health and Social Care Committee
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Found: steering group Executive SummaryNational Strategy: Infant feeding must form a fundamental part of any national

5. COMA reports
17/10/2018 - Public Health England (PHE)
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Found: Social Subjects 20 PRESENT DAY PRACTICE IN INFANT FEEDING: 1980 Report of a Working Party of the Panel

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Recent Speeches related to Infant Feeding and Inequalities

1. Healthcare Support Services: Conception to Age Two
15/12/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: years story begins with OXPIP—the Oxford Parent-Infant Project—a charity in Oxford providing psychotherapeutic - Speech Link
2: the all-party parliamentary group on infant feeding and inequalities. We have worked on many of the things - Speech Link

2. NHS Long-Term Plan
07/01/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: Government in 1944. Even after the perils of war, infant mortality was nearly 10 times what it is now, two - Speech Link
2: expectancy is going backwards, health inequalities are widening and infant mortality is increasing, the public - Speech Link
3: Thurrock (Jackie Doyle-Price), the Mental Health, Inequalities and Suicide Prevention Minister, is working - Speech Link

3. Health Visitors (England)
23/10/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: also chair the board of trustees of the Parent-Infant Foundation, which runs attachment facilities and - Speech Link
2: attendances by children under the age of five, and infant mortality reductions have recently stalled. Just - Speech Link
3: point; my hon. Friend is absolutely right. Health inequalities are still a big problem in this country, and - Speech Link

4. Covid-19: Maternity and Parental Leave
05/10/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: recommended number. Mary Renfrew, professor of mother and infant health at the University of Dundee, has warned:“Taking - Speech Link
2: in Lockdown” report commissioned by the Parent-Infant Foundation found that 68% of parents felt that - Speech Link
3: first 1001 days, and I chair the charity the Parent-Infant Foundation.Others have already spoken out - Speech Link

5. Feeding Products for Babies and Children (Advertising and Promotion)
16/11/2016 - Commons Chamber

1: a Bill to control advertising and promotion of feeding products for babies and children; to establish - Speech Link

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Recent Questions related to Infant Feeding and Inequalities
1. Infant Mortality
asked by: Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi
06/02/2020
... what steps he is taking to help reduce the rate of infant mortality.

2. Infant Foods
asked by: Fleur Anderson
11/01/2021
... what stepss he is taking to ensure that baby banks and food banks are being provided with clear and effective guidance to facilitate the provision of formula milk to vulnerable infants who cannot safely be fed any other food.

3. Infant Foods
asked by: Kim Johnson
11/01/2021
... what information his Department holds on whether the provision of first infant formula milk to formula fed babies at (a) baby and (b) food banks across the UK complies with relevant regulatory requirements.

4. Infant Mortality
asked by: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath
20/10/2020
... and brain injuries occurring during or soon after birth from 2010 levels by 2025 as announced as part of their maternity strategy in November 2017.

5. Infant Mortality
asked by: Elliot Colburn
07/12/2020
... what steps his Department is taking to end preventable child deaths.

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14 Current APPG Officers
Anneliese Dodds Portrait
Anneliese Dodds
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Oxford East
Joined: 24th February 2020
2 APPG Memberships
Cycling and Walking , West Papua
Gavin Newlands Portrait
Gavin Newlands
Vice Chair
Scottish National Party - Paisley and Renfrewshire North
Joined: 24th February 2020
Jonathan Reynolds Portrait
Jonathan Reynolds
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Stalybridge and Hyde
Joined: 24th February 2020
Gareth Thomas Portrait
Gareth Thomas
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Harrow West
Joined: 24th February 2020
Kirsty Blackman Portrait
Kirsty Blackman
Vice Chair
Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North
Joined: 28th April 2016
Oliver Heald Portrait
Oliver Heald
Vice Chair
Conservative - North East Hertfordshire
Joined: 24th February 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Alison Thewliss MP, 33 London Road, Glasgow, G1 5NW. Tel: 0141 552 7117.

Email: alison.thewliss.mp@parliament.uk

Group's Website:

http://www.infantfeedingappg.uk

No benefits in kind are on record for the Infant Feeding and Inequalities APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Infant Feeding and Inequalities APPG

Former APPG Officers
Emma Little Pengelly Portrait
Emma Little Pengelly
Vice Chair
Democratic Unionist Party - Former Member for Belfast South
Joined: 10th October 2018
Departed: 5th November 2019
No other APPG Memberships
Stephen Pound Portrait
Stephen Pound
Vice Chair
Labour - Former Member for Ealing North
Joined: 10th October 2018
Departed: 5th November 2019
No other APPG Memberships
Karen Lumley Portrait
Karen Lumley
Vice Chair
Conservative - Former Member for Redditch
Joined: 28th April 2016
Departed: 2nd May 2017
No other APPG Memberships
Mark Durkan Portrait
Mark Durkan
Vice Chair
Social Democratic & Labour Party - Former Member for Foyle
Joined: 28th April 2016
Departed: 2nd May 2017
No other APPG Memberships