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Public Bill Committee: Vehicles (Crime) Bill: Clause 18 - Applications for registration. (9 Jan 2001)

John Bercow: The Under-Secretary chunters ``rather good''. I can only assume that he is not making a self-reference, for no man should be judging his own cause, but generously and gratuitously volunteering praise for my instinctive response on that occasion. The Government's record is not good. Under Labour, the average family is paying out about £670 a year more in tax, as I said. Much of that rise...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: TABLE
SittingProceedingsTime for conclusion of proceedings
1stClause 1 and Clauses 17 and 185 p.m.
2ndClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6
3rdClause 16 and Clauses 2 to 6 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
4thClauses 19 to 28
5thClauses 19 to 28 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
6thClauses 14 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13
7thClauses 24 and 15, Clauses 7 and 8, Schedule 1, Clauses 9 to 13 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
8thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 69, Clauses 42 to 44
9thClauses 29 and 30, Schedule 2, Clauses 31 to 40, Schedule 3, Clause 41, Clause 60, Clauses 42 to 44 (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
10thClauses 45 to 58
11thClauses 45 to 58 (so far as not previously concluded)10 p.m.
12thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules
13thClause 59, Clauses 61 to 66, Schedules 4 and 5, new Clauses and new Schedules (so far as not previously concluded)5 p.m.
(18 Jan 2001)

George Young: I beg to move amendment No. 2, in page 1, line 15, leave out `(in whatever way he thinks appropriate)'. It is good to see you in the Chair, Mr. Maxton. Any propensity to misbehave disappeared the moment that I knew that you would be chairing the Committee. Amendment No. 2 is a probing amendment; this debate should follow on well from the previous debate. The amendment would remove from the...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 16 - Intervention orders (23 Jan 2001)

Paul Burstow: I shall make two points in response to the hon. Gentleman. The first is technical. The amendments do not deal only with the intervention powers under clause 16. The group under consideration includes new clause 4, which provides a definition, and amendments to other clauses. For example, clause 7 deals with other aspects of the implementation of the measure. On the basis of the growing...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 2 - Payments relating to past performance (23 Jan 2001)

Dr Peter Brand: I beg to move amendment No. 40, in page 3, line 5, at end insert— `(c) Subject to paragraph 5A(2) of Schedule 3 to the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990, payments may be made to improve unsatisfactory performance against those criteria set out in paragraph (b) above'. We had an interesting debate on the first group of amendments to clause 2, during which the Minister...

Public Bill Committee: Children's Commissioner for Wales Bill: Clause 2 - Principal aim of the Commissioner (23 Jan 2001)

Nigel Evans: It is Conservative party policy to ensure that genuine asylum seekers are afforded the opportunity to come to this country and to be properly protected. I do not think that there is any party difference on that. It would also be within the rights of families, including the children, to have their cases heard as quickly as possible. In the Ribble valley, there was a former Victorian mental...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 4 - Public-private partnerships (23 Jan 2001)

Desmond Swayne: It is a great pleasure and honour to follow my right hon. Friend and quite proper to have given way to his rank. I shall not repeat any questions that he asked more eloquently and intelligently than I could, but ask one additional question. Insofar as the clause enables the Secretary of State to be a participant in the formation of companies, how will it be affected by EU purchasing and...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 21 - out of hours medical services (25 Jan 2001)

John Denham: It is a consistent part of the walk-in centre programme to develop and improve those links. That relates to the electronic patient record, which the hon. Member for New Forest, West mentioned. Paragraph 4.21 of the NHS plan states that there should be access to electronic personal medical records for patients by 2004. By that time, we expect that 75 per cent. of hospitals and 50 per cent....

Public Bill Committee: Children's Commissioner for Wales Bill: Clause 3 - Review of exercise of functions of Assembly and other persons (25 Jan 2001)

Julie Morgan: On amendment No. 10, it is important not to underestimate the power of secondary legislation, and the powers that the Assembly has at the moment. Yesterday, in the Assembly's Health and Social Services Committee, it was made clear that, although consultation continues, community health councils will not be abolished in Wales. School league tables and tests are also being reviewed, and Wales...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 24 - Declaration of financial interests, gifts, etc (25 Jan 2001)

Dr Peter Brand: I am happy to respond to the hon. Member for Lancaster and Wyre (Mr. Dawson), whose opinions I normally value a great deal. There is an enormous difference between being a general practitioner, who has to live in the community that he serves, and a doctor, who has to work in an institution or hospital. I have known most of my patients for more than 20 years, and the gifts do not all go in one...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 14 - Abolition of community health councils in england (30 Jan 2001)

Liam Fox: I shall speak briefly to the amendment, but I intend to speak mainly on clause 14 stand part. The hon. Member for Sutton and Cheam (Mr. Burstow) has a touching naivety if he does not believe that Parliament is the last place where we are likely to find out the details of any part of Government policy; and the abolition of the community health councils could not be a better example. It is one...

Public Bill Committee: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with dogs: prohibition (30 Jan 2001)

Nicholas Soames: I am sorry; I make an exception in respect of the hon. Gentleman, who has been hunting. Generally speaking, there is a profound ignorance among members of the Committee about what actually takes place at a hunt. In sticking closely not only to your extended ruling on unnecessary suffering, Mr. O'Hara, but your original ruling, I want to put on the record that I have hunted all my life, am...

Public Bill Committee: Children's Commissioner for Wales Bill: Clause 5 - Further functions of the commissioner (30 Jan 2001)

David Hanson: Again, we have had useful contributions from hon. Members. In an effort to be helpful to the hon. Member for Meirionnydd Nant Conwy, the fact that we have not yet accepted amendments does not mean that our debate has not been useful. I hope that it has clarified the intentions of hon. Members, the Government, and the Assembly with regard to the role and responsibilities of the Children's...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 7 - Functions of overview and scrutiny committees (30 Jan 2001)

Desmond Swayne: After that passionate debate on the principles underpinning the clauses that we shall discuss for the rest of the day, I feel that it is down to me to lower the temperature of the Committee, and to bring us back to our ``meat and two veg'' agenda of detailed scrutiny of clauses and amendments. Notwithstanding the modest arrangements that we might make at lunch, and perhaps at 7 pm, the clock...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 10 - Establishment of Patients' Forums (30 Jan 2001)

Dr Peter Brand: I am slightly confused. I think that we are covering amendments Nos. 81 and 82 at the same time as the constitution of the membership of the forums. I am quite happy to address that issue during this debate, because those are clearly exploratory amendments. The Government are being too prescriptive by saying that the membership must be made up of past patients. Health care is not only about...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 29 - Pilot schemes (1 Feb 2001)

John Denham: Clause 29 is the first of 13 clauses dealing with local pharmaceutical services. It may be helpful if I briefly set out how those clauses relate to each other. Clause 29 establishes a pilot scheme for a local pharmaceutical service. Clause 30 introduces schedule 2, which deals with the process by which health authorities develop pilot schemes and submit them for approval. Clauses 31 and 38...

Public Bill Committee: Homes Bill: Clause 27 - allocation schemes (1 Feb 2001)

Nigel Waterson: Since you will not be here for the usual eulogies at the end of the Committee, Mr Gale, may I take this opportunity to thank you for your enlightened chairmanship? It comes as no surprise to the Opposition that the Liberal Democrats are rowing-in behind the Government on this issue. The Government have clearly taken fright on this because, over a significant period, they have heavily leaked...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Schedule 2 - Pilot schemes (1 Feb 2001)

John Denham: This schedule deals with the detailed arrangements by which proposals for pilot schemes are to be developed and approved. It also covers the steps to be taken once schemes have been approved. For the most part the provisions are modelled on those that have been successfully used for personal medical and personal dental services. However, there are some noteworthy differences. First, we have...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 32 - Reviews of pilot schemes (1 Feb 2001)

Philip Hammond: No. It is important that we consider the impact of schemes on wider retail competition. If a scheme resulted in the closure of a corner pharmacy that had also been in the habit of providing, say, milk and bread for the local community—although that might be unusual—it would be relevant and would need to be taken into account, because it would affect the community. Many pharmacists provide...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 44 - Dispensing of NHS prescriptions (1 Feb 2001)

George Young: I have a short question: what on earth is the clause doing in the Bill? The clause amends the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978. Health matters have been devolved to the Scottish Parliament. As we shall discover when we reach clause 45, Scotland has enormous powers to do what it wants with health and social care without any reference to the United Kingdom Parliament. Despite that...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 45 - Care Trusts where voluntarypartnership arrangements (6 Feb 2001)

Desmond Swayne: I share the concern and hence understand the motive behind the amendment. Indeed, it sets the theme for many of our amendments to this and the next three clauses. The Bill makes no provision for local authorities to take any responsibility for health services, or even to share the responsibility equally with health trusts. In essence, we are talking about the removal of statutory...


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