All 4 results for column:12 date:20100527 in the 'Written Ministerial Statements'

Written Ministerial Statements — Health: Review of Prescription Charges (27 May 2010)

Simon Burns: In 2008 Professor Ian Gilmore, president of the Royal College of Physicians, was asked to lead a review on how a prescription charge exemption for people with long-term conditions should be implemented, including how it would be phased in. He reported in November 2009. I wish to thank Professor Ian Gilmore for his work on the report, which we are publishing today. He has undertaken a thorough...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Police Authorities (Funding Allocations) (27 May 2010)

Nick Herbert: As part of the Government's plan to cut the budget deficit and get the economy moving again, I am today confirming my intention to require the police to make a fair share of the savings needed. I welcome the responsible and constructive way in which policing partners have already responded to the Chancellor's announcement of his plans to reduce the national budget deficit. Total Home Office...

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