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The Duke of Montrose: My Lords, before the Minister sits down can I ask her, as a matter of curiosity, whether one of the difficulties that the Government are having with the Bill is that the original Bill was "Sewel-ed" by the Scottish Parliament? Does the fact that we have a different Bill put us in difficulty with the Scottish Parliament? Are we not in a parallel situation to that regarding Northern Ireland, where we wish the devolved governments to have a say, but that we cannot go ahead until they have that say?
Baroness Hollis of Heigham: My Lords, we will have to come back to the noble Duke on that. I am not in a position to get my head around all the of implications of the decision that was made by your Lordships earlier.
Bill returned from the Commons with certain Lords amendments disagreed to with reasons for such disagreement; with a Lords amendment disagreed to with amendments proposed in lieu thereof; with further Lords amendments agreed to with amendments; and with the remaining Lords amendments agreed to; the Commons amendments and reasons were ordered to be printed.
House adjourned at twenty-nine minutes past six o'clock.
The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence (Lord Bach): My right honourable friend the Minister of State for Defence (Mr Adam Ingram) has made the following Written Ministerial Statement.
|KT 1Financial PerformanceReturn on Capital Employed (ROCE).||The measurement of ABRO's ROCE.||To achieve a return, averaged over the period 1 April 2004 to 31 March 2005, of at least 3.5 per cent.|
|KT2Delivery Performance.||The measurement of revenue projection.||To complete delivery of 100 per cent of the planned revenue projection (£150 million) in FY 200405, and in each of the next three years.|
|KT3Business Systems||The measurement of the introduction and operation of TABS and the imperative to detach from the current supply system.||To introduce and have operational the ABRO Business System (TABS) and to have detached from the ESPPA supply system by 31 March 2005.|
|KT4Efficiency||The measurement of the reduction in price of ABRO output.||To reduce the average equipment repair price, across the whole programme, by 20 per cent against the 200203 baseline.|
|KT5Winning Work||The measurement of ABRO winning work.||To maintain a closing order book of at least £80 million for FY 200405, and to maintain this level for the next three years.|
The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Lord Warner): My honourable friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Community (Dr Stephen Ladyman) has made the following Written Ministerial Statement today.
I regret that the information I provided in my Written Statement of 22 June contained an error in line 23 of the table, the entry for South Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority. Where it read 138 cases eligible for recompense, it should have said 69; and where it read 232 investigations completed, it should have said 163. The corrected data are in the table.
|SHA Name||Number of cases eligible for recompense||Investigationscompleted||Investigationsunder way|
|Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire SHA||0||281||370|
|Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire SHA||34||102||110|
|North West London SHA||10||181||191|
|North Central London SHA||8||64||61|
|North East London SHA||0||169||11|
|South East London SHA||60||183||90|
|South West London SHA||62||194||21|
|Northumberland, Tyne & Wear SHA||27||126||172|
|County Durham and Tees Valley SHA||10||48||178|
|North & East Yorkshire & North Lincs SHA||29||266||93|
|West Yorkshire SHA||25||130||219|
|Cumbria and Lancashire SHA||15||154||186|
|Greater Manchester SHA||5||102||240|
|Cheshire & Merseyside SHA||107||774||422|
|Thames Valley SHA||4||181||202|
|Hampshire and Isle of Wight SHA||30||386||121|
|Kent and Medway SHA||24||186||44|
|Surrey and Sussex SHA||5||15||860|
|Avon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire SHA||43||612||349|
|South West Peninsula SHA||25||433||120|
|Dorset and Somerset SHA||14||448||467|
|South Yorkshire SHA||69||163||78|
|Leics, Northants and Rutland SHA||29||202||22|
|Shropshire and Staffordshire SHA||38||412||19|
|Birmingham and the Black Country SHA||10||213||73|
|West Midlands South SHA||8||237||187|
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