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Public Bill Committee: Education and Inspections Bill: Clause 17 (25 Apr 2006)

Roberta Blackman-Woods: I shall speak briefly to amendments Nos. 101 and 102. These are probing amendments to try to test whether those proposing a trust would consider the likely impact of the trust, particularly if it would expand, on neighbouring schools. I want to thank my right hon. Friend the Minister for sending round the guidance for decision makers who are proposing trusts. It is enormously helpful. We can...

Written Answers — Health: Cardiovascular System: Screening (12 Feb 2009)

Ann Keen: Many primary care trusts, especially in spearhead areas, already have vascular checks type programmes in place. The implementation of the vascular checks programme will be phased during 2009-10. All primary care trusts will be expected to have undertaken some activity to support the programme during this period. We are working with strategic health authorities to ensure all primary care...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 156 - Authorisation (14 Jul 2011)

Paul Burstow: I will give way in a moment, but I would like to make a little progress on introducing the proposition behind the amendment. Like the previous Government, we are committed to supporting the pipeline of all NHS trusts becoming foundation trusts in their own right, or becoming part of a foundation trust, so that all patients and staff can benefit from providers that are autonomous and locally...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: NHS Trusts (20 Jan 1992)

Mr David Hunt: There has been a positive move towards NHS trust status in Wales. It now seems likely that 65 per cent. of acute services could be trust-based by April 1993. Powys health unit has been invited to prepare an application for trust status in April 1993. Like the unit in Pembrokeshire, it has done that because it believes that it can satisfy the Secretary of State on four points: first, that such...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 55 (17 Mar 2011)

Liz Kendall: ...not support Monitor’s new role as an economic regulator, but as it moves towards that position, there is obviously a transitional period in which it remains responsible for part of the move of trusts into foundation trusts. As hon. Members will know, that will be extremely difficult and many organisations have queried whether it will be possible for all NHS trusts to become foundation...

Grey Seals (Farne Islands) (30 Nov 1965)

Mr James Hoy: I would not like to say off the cuff that we would do this. This is a matter, first of all, between the Ministry and the National Trust, and I think that the National Trust would want the information in confidence in the first place. It may be that as a result of consultation taking place, another decision would be arrived at. In the meantime, I give the assurance that we will first give it...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 157 (13 Jun 2006)

Theresa Villiers: I would say that the majority who have made a will would have a family trust in it. There is little doubt about that. Anyone who has drawn up a will, who has children and has had professional advice is likely to have a trust in that will. The Government do not seem to have understood that trusts are included in wills to deal with contingencies and events that might never happen. There are far...

National Trust Acts - Question ( 3 Dec 2020)

Lord Bird: I shall take a different angle on the National Trust. I have been approached by people who live in National Trust properties and I know that there are all sorts of plans to modernise the relationships between staff and the tied cottages. In places, these relationships are medieval—very much like the buildings —Victorian or Edwardian. I would like to see a change to the Acts so that we can...

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Religion (14 Mar 2007)

Rosie Winterton: holding answer 5 March 2007 After discussion with the Department and national health service trusts, NHS Employers has decided that given that each trust comprises a work force unique to it, reflecting its local communities, national guidance is inappropriate and the way forward is to share best practice where like trusts can learn from each other. NHS Trusts have indicated to NHS Employers...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 34. — (Unit Trusts and Investment Trusts.) (31 May 1965)

Mr William Baxter: ...an explanation of the provisions in this Clause. It is right that it should go forth from this Committee that there is some anxiety, even among hon. Members on this side of the Committee, that unit trusts and investment trusts are to be taxed, as appears in the Clause. We should be as fair as possible in such a matter and I should like my hon. Friend to give us a satisfactory explanation....

Written Answers — Health: Health Trust Funding (28 Nov 2005)

Jane Kennedy: In 1997–98, the revenue allocation to Barnet Health Authority was £149.1 million. From 2003–04 revenue allocations have been made to primary care trusts (PCTs). Barnet Primary Care Trust was allocated £361.1 million in 2005–06. There are several reasons why comparisons between allocations rounds cannot be made, for example: changes are made to the weighted capitation formula for each...

Orders of the Day — Workmen's Compensation Act (1925) Amendment Bill.: Schedule. — (Requirements as to Form, Administration, and Provisions of Compensation Trusts.) (20 Apr 1934)

Sir Godfrey Nicholson: ..., I did not make it quite clear. An insurance company would pay what they had to pay to the fund, and the money would come out of the fund again. So much for the Schedule. There already exist 16 trusts of this nature—or there were a month ago—and they have worked perfectly satisfactorily. We have endeavoured to combine those 16 existing trusts with our ideas on certain points, in order...

Opposition Day — [19th allotted day]: Equitable Life (21 Oct 2009)

Fabian Hamilton: I agree; indeed, the situation is much more serious. People always lose confidence in the Government of the day, because they blame them for everything. However, people have enormous trust in this House. They may not like MPs or Parliament generally, but they like their constituency MP. They look to us to come here and use this House to redress injustice. It is the loss of trust in this House...

Written Answers — Health: Private Finance Initiative (17 Oct 2006)

Andy Burnham: The principal reason for any change to the capital values of the schemes at the University Hospitals of North Staffordshire National Health Service Trust, the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, Tameside and Glossop Acute Services NHS Trust, Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust and the South Devon Healthcare NHS Trust was that the review of private finance...

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Reorganisation (22 Apr 2013)

Anna Soubry: Foundation trusts are autonomous organisations and Monitor has been formally consulted in relation to the proposed mergers for Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch NHS Foundation Trust and Poole NHS Foundation Trust; Medway NHS Foundation Trust with Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust; Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Princess Royal Hospital (part of South London NHS Trust). The...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: NHS Trusts (23 Mar 1993)

Mrs Virginia Bottomley: I am very surprised to hear the hon. Gentleman's comments. Having been to a great many NHS trust hospitals and used the services of those trusts, I do not know for whom he is speaking. As ever, he has turned down the opportunity to tell the House what is happening at his local hospital, which will become a trust on 1 April. Like all other members of the Labour party, he always takes the...

Clause 50: Consultation and Publicity (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Keith Bradley: ...the Secretary of State would clarify the status of the feasibility studies that are taking place in cities such as Manchester, and their relationship to the possible designation of housing action trusts. I should like to know that, because I should not like in any way to construe or even suggest that there is any possibility that the Secretary of State is acting outside his terms of...

Orders of the Day — Education and Inspections Bill (15 Mar 2006)

David Willetts: I shall try to make some progress, as hon. Members on both sides of the House wish to speak in the debate. I should like to talk about the provision in the Bill for trust schools. That is a strange policy—it is a policy that dare not speak its name, as the expression "trust school" does not appear in the Bill. Such schools are known as foundation schools with a foundation. Trust schools are...

Written Answers — Health: NHS Foundation Trusts ( 3 Dec 2010)

Liz Kendall: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will place in the Library a copy of each assessment by strategic health authorities on the ability of NHS trusts to become foundation trusts; and what estimate he has made of the number of trusts likely to obtain foundation trust status.

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Per Capita Costs (11 Nov 2013)

Daniel Poulter: Funding is not allocated on the basis of parliamentary constituencies. In 2012-13 funding was allocated to primary care trusts. South Staffordshire primary care trust received recurrent funding of £920,772,000. This is equivalent to £1,527 per person, compared to the England average of £1,652, based on population projections prepared by the Office for National Statistics. In 2013-14...


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