Health and Social Care Bill

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Mr. Denham: I am always interested in the opinions of counsel who none the less always end up losing in court.

Medical practitioners who provide general optical services are not ophthalmic opticians, but in many cases they are not engaged in providing general medical services. If they are not specifically mentioned, they will not be represented.

The FHSAA will be wound up by order under existing legislation.

The reason for using the word ``misbehaviour'' is that that term is used in getting rid of judges.

Question put and agreed to.

Clause 28, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Further consideration adjourned.—[Mr. Jamieson.]

        Adjourned accordingly at twenty-six minutes past Six o'clock till Tuesday 30 January at half-past Ten o'clock.

The following Members attended the Committee:
Maxton, Mr. John (Chairman)
Bailey, Mr.
Bradshaw, Mr.
Brand, Dr.
Burns, Mr.
Dawson, Mr.
Denham, Mr.
Foster, Mr. Michael Jabez
Hammond, Mr.
Hutton, Mr.
Jamieson, Mr.
Naysmith, Dr.
Prosser, Mr.
Stewart, Mr. Ian
Swayne, Mr.
Young, Sir George

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