House of Lords debates
Thursday, 6 November 2003
- Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill (50 speeches)
Report received. Clause 1 [NHS foundation trusts]: [Amendment No. 1 not moved.]
- Sudan (12 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: What is their response to recent developments in Sudan.
- Higher Education: Tuition Fees (21 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they have developed their policy on the issue of undergraduates' contributions to the cost of their tuition.
- Disabled Children's Services: Audit Commission Report (16 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: How they will respond to the recommendations in the Audit Commission report on services for disabled children.
- US Ships Decommissioning: Environment Agency Role (12 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: What role the Environment Agency played in approving the decommissioning of United States ships by Able UK in Hartlepool.
- Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill (3 speeches)
Consideration of amendments on Report resumed on Schedule 1.
- "Constituencies (62 speeches)
(1) Members of a public benefit corporation are referred to as follows— (a) those who live in an area specified in the constitution as an area for any public constituency are referred to...
- "Membership (0 speeches)
(1) The regulator is to consist of a number of members (but not more than 5) appointed by the Secretary of State. (2) One of the members is to be appointed as chairman and another as deputy...
- Tenure of office (1 speech)
(1) A person is to hold and vacate office as a member in accordance with the terms of his appointment. (2) But— (a) he may at any time resign his office by giving notice to the Secretary of...
- Superannuation". (0 speeches)
Page 115, line 38, leave out "regulator" and insert "chairman or as a member of the staff" Page 115, line 40, leave out "regulator" and insert "chairman or employment as a member of the staff"...
- "Procedure (0 speeches)
(1) The regulator may regulate its own procedure and make any arrangements it considers appropriate for the discharge of its functions. (2) The validity of any act of the regulator is not...
- "General powers (0 speeches)
(1) The regulator may do anything which appears to it to be necessary or desirable for the purposes of or in connection with the exercise of its functions. (2) That includes in particular—...
- Specific powers (11 speeches)
(1) The regulator may with the consent of the Secretary of State borrow money temporarily by way of overdraft, but may not otherwise borrow money. (2) The regulator may conduct, commission or...
- "General (103 speeches)
(1) The regulator is not to be regarded as the servant or agent of the Crown or as enjoying any status, immunity or privilege of the Crown. (2) The regulator's property is not to be regarded as...