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The Minister of State, Department of the Environment (Viscount Ullswater): My department is still considering a range of options for the future use of Somerset House in conjunction with the departments currently occupying the building.
The Lord Chancellor (Lord Mackay of Clashfern): I have considered carefully the responses to my public consultation paper on this subject and I am now considering how the regulation, licensing and control of those who enforce judgments of the courts in England and Wales might best be effected, so as to ensure that both debtors and creditors receive a proper, efficient and professional service. I am anxious that those parts of the established system which work well should be preserved, and I intend to undertake detailed consultation with the Under Sheriffs' and Sheriffs' Officers' Associations and
The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Baroness Cumberlege): On 6 February I announced our plans to commission an independent review of the Professions Supplementary to Medicine Act 1960. I can now report that JM Consulting Ltd, of Bristol, have been appointed to undertake the review. It is anticipated that the consultants will report their findings by the end of the financial year.
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