Results 4921–4922 of 4922 for speaker:Hugh Bayley

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Regional Health Authorities (12 May 1992)

Hugh Bayley: It is odd that the Secretary of State makes no mention of the newly created regional outposts of the NHS management executive, which are assuming powers in relation to opted-out hospitals that were previously the province of regional health authorities. Unlike those authorities, regional outposts do not meet in public or have members who are accountable to the public, and they were not...

Public Expenditure (7 May 1992)

Hugh Bayley: I am grateful for being called so early in the new Session and I congratulate you, Madam Deputy Speaker, on your appointment. I am also grateful to the electors of York for returning me as their Member of Parliament. I pay tribute to my predecessor, with whom I had many sharp disagreements on many issues. However, in one area of policy he made his mark in the House, as I am sure hon. Members...

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