Canlyniadau 181–200 o 800 ar gyfer "competition act"

Written Answers — Health: General Practitioners: Monitor (14 Chw 2011)

Simon Burns: The Health and Social Care Bill would provide concurrent powers for Monitor, alongside the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), to apply the Competition Act 1998 within the health care sector. Monitor would be obliged to consider any complaint from an interested party alleging an infringement under the Act and would have concurrent powers under the Act to investigate and take enforcement action....

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care Bill (10 Chw 2011)

Liz Kendall: I have one question for David and one for the Foundation Trust Network. Apologies to Sir Stephen. Under the Bill, Monitor gets the powers that the OFT has in relation to the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002. The explanatory notes say that it is based on the model of regulated industries, “such as telecommunications, gas, electricity, water and sewerage and railway”. Could...

Petition — Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance: Domestic Heating Oil ( 9 Chw 2011)

Charles Hendry: .... Its tools to carry out that work are the powers granted to it under consumer and competition legislation. It has a wide range of enforcement tools at its disposal. For instance, under the Competition Act 1998 it can impose heavy financial penalties on companies guilty of breaching competition law, and can refer them to the Competition Commission for closer examination. I urge Members to...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Media: Ownership ( 7 Chw 2011)

Baroness Rawlings: followed when taking decisions about the control of mergers are set out in the Enterprise Act 2002. The processes applicable when taking decisions about breaches of competition are set out in the Competition Act 1998. The legislation includes specific provisions designed to ensure that all decisions are taken with the maximum practicable degree of transparency and fairness. In addition,...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Procurement (26 Ion 2011)

Baroness Wilcox: ...anti-competitive agreements, concerted practices or abuses of a dominant position by undertakings that affect trade between member states. Anti-competitive practices are also prohibited by the Competition Act 1998. NHS guidance addresses the application of EU and UK procurement law to the procurement of NHS-funded health services and reflects the overarching principles that procurement...

Competition Act 1998 (Land Agreements Exclusion Revocation) Order 2010: Motion to Approve (23 Meh 2010)

Baroness Wilcox: .... Effective competition in markets promotes productivity, competitiveness and innovation. It ensures that consumers are offered the best products at the most competitive prices. Chapter 1 of the Competition Act 1998 promotes competition by making it illegal for enterprises to agree to share markets, fix prices or restrict new players from entering markets. The law applies across all areas...

Competition Act 1998 (Land Agreements Exclusion Revocation) Order 2010 (23 Meh 2010)

Competition Act 1998 (Land Agreements Exclusion Revocation) Order 2010

Written Answers — House of Lords: Legislation (14 Meh 2010)

Lord McNally: ...-General's Office. Cabinet Office Act Provisions not yet in force Charities Act 2006 Sections 48-66 Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Act Provisions not yet in force Competition Act 1998 Section 1(a) Employment Rights (Dispute Resolution) Act 1998 Section 4 Employment Relations Act 1999 Schedule 7 (paragraph 4(6)); Schedule 9 (parts of Parts 1, 3, 8...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Energy: Prices (29 Maw 2010)

Kevin Brennan: The Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 contain a range of powers to protect consumers from unfair competition in the UK economy including the markets for petrol retailing, home heating oil and oil used by Industry. As the UK's independent competition authority, the Office of Fair Trading has been given significant powers to investigate and enforce competition law. These powers...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Powers of Entry etc. Bill [HL] (17 Maw 2010)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ... 1 1990 Broadcasting Act 1990 2 1996 Broadcasting Act 1996 1 1996 Chemical Weapons Act 1996 8 2003 Communications Act 2003 1 1985 Companies Act 1985 2 1998 Competition Act 1998 9 1990 Computer Misuse Act 1990 1 1974 Consumer Credit Act 1974 3 1987 Consumer Protection Act 1987 2 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988...

Powers of Entry etc. Bill [HL]: Committee ( 5 Maw 2010)

Lord Selsdon: ...Act 1949 Commissioner for Older People (Wales) Act 2006 Common Law Procedure Act 1852 Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 Communications Act 2003 Companies Act 1985 Compensation Act 2006 Competition Act 1998 Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 Computer Misuse Act 1990 Conservation of Seals Act 1970 Consumer Credit Act 1974 Consumer Protection Act 1987 Control of Pollution (Amendment) Act...

Delegated Legislation: Competition ( 3 Maw 2010)

That the draft Competition Act 1998 (Land Agreements Exclusion Revocation) Order 2010, which was laid before this House on 21 January, be approved.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill: Clause 18 (19 Ion 2010)

Michael Weir: ...deliberately exploit the system to make excessive profit, it does not seem to me that it produced any concrete examples in its evidence of when that has happened. It mentioned that it had set up the Competition Act inquiry, but apparently the matter was not pursued. It is fair to say that there is a lot of disagreement between Ofgem and the companies about the real reason for ending the...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Departmental Fines (14 Ion 2010)

Joan Ruddock: Under the Gas Act 1986 and the Electricity Act 1995, Ofgem is able to impose penalties upon licence holders who breach licence conditions and under the Competition Act 1998 it may impose penalties for breaches of competition law. Details of the penalties Ofgem has imposed on individual companies under these provisions can be found on their website. The following table details the total value...

Digital Economy Bill [HL]: Committee (1st Day) ( 6 Ion 2010)

Lord Gordon of Strathblane: ...has quite considerable concurrent powers, as I believe they are called, with the OFT in terms of making market investigation references, investigating infringements of Chapters 1 and 2 of the Competition Act, and carrying out market studies. However, those concurrent powers do not extend to merger regulation. I concede that my amendment goes further than simply concurrent powers. It...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill ( 5 Ion 2010)

Sarah Harrison: Ofgem has powers that are concurrent with the Office of Fair Trading under the Competition Act, and so those are the existing powers that we have. I will talk in a minute about how we have tried to use those, and what the issues have been in doing so. It is important to understand the context in which we are  operating. We have asked the Government to look at introducing the...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill ( 5 Ion 2010)

...2001. Ofgem sought to reintroduce it as part of the new electricity trading arrangements process and the Department for Trade and Industry at that time rejected the attempt. In 2009, following the Competition Act inquiry, Ofgem sought again to introduce the licence condition. It presumably got a message from most of the companies that they were not in favour of it. At that point, Ofgem had...

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Car Park Charges ( 3 Rha 2009)

Chris Mole: ...considers that a station car parking charge is too high, this would be a matter for the Office of Rail Regulation as the competition authority for the railway sector, to investigate under the Competition Act 1988.

Policing and Crime Bill: Committee (4th Day) (13 Hyd 2009)

Lord Skelmersdale: ...the independent board of experts mentioned in subsection (1C) shall be determined by the Secretary of State. (1E) The order referred to in subsection (1A) shall be exempt from the provisions of the Competition Act 1998."

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Franchises (16 Gor 2009)

Chris Mole: many parts of the rail network there is a single operator. The Office of the Rail Regulator has concurrent jurisdiction with the Office of Fair Trading to investigate potential breaches of the Competition Act 1998 in relation to the railways, and is also responsible for determining access rights for any open access train operators who may apply to operate a complementary and competitive...

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