Canlyniadau 141–160 o 800 ar gyfer "competition act"

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted Day]: Energy Prices (11 Ion 2012)

John Robertson: ...year but this year. These are clear acts of anti-competiveness in themselves, especially towards smaller energy companies, let alone customers and small businesses. For example, section 2 of the Competition Act 1998 prohibits the abuse of a dominant position in a market by one or more undertakings which may affect trade within the UK. I will quote competition law guidelines again as it...

Business, Innovation and Skills (20 Rha 2011)

Kate Green: ...lamps. The ability of the big four to apply a common up-front fee to every lamp certainly gives the appearance of the existence of a cartel. I understand that decisions about the application of the Competition Act 1998 fall outside Ministers’ remits, but the result appears to have been a suppression of competition in the market, which—this is the crucial point—limits the ability of...

Health and Social Care Bill — Committee (12th Day) (Continued) (13 Rha 2011)

Earl Howe: ...are the setting and enforcement of licence conditions for providers and the overseeing of commissioning regulations set by the Secretary of State. Along with the concurrent powers to apply the Competition Act with the Office of Fair Trading, they will provide necessary safeguards to ensure that the interests of patients are protected. To pick up on the sorts of circumstances cited by the...

Health and Social Care Bill: Committee (12th Day) (13 Rha 2011)

Earl Howe: ...noble Lord, Lord Owen, in particular, expressed that view very forcibly. However, that is not in the gift of the Bill. The Bill provides for Monitor to consider cases of potential breaches of the Competition Act 1998, to undertake market studies and to determine where and when matters should be referred to the Competition Commission for investigation under the Enterprise Act 2002....

Freeview Channels (23 Tach 2011)

George Howarth: ...issues would require consideration under the relevant multiplex licences. Pursuant to the Communications Act its activities are also subject to Ofcom’s concurrent competition law powers under the Competition Act 1998.”—[ Official Report, 14 November 2011; Vol. 535, c. 497W.] That quote is from a parliamentary written answer from the Minister. Ofcom was in contact with me directly...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Ofcom (14 Tach 2011)

Ed Vaizey: ...issues would require consideration under the relevant multiplex licences. Pursuant to the Communications Act its activities are also subject to Ofcom's concurrent competition law powers under the Competition Act 1998.”

Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Oil and Gas (27 Hyd 2011)

Lord Marland: Ofgem already has strong powers under the Gas and Electricity Acts, the Competition Act and consumer protection legislation that allow it to investigate possible breaches in these areas and take enforcement action if necessary. Using these powers, it has imposed fines totalling £12.5 million this year. It also has powers to monitor energy markets and has used these powers to undertake its...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (20 Hyd 2011)

Charles Hendry: ..., Official Report, column 58-59WS. It is for the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to actively investigate markets that do not appear to be meeting the needs of consumers and to publish the results. The Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 gives powers to the OFT to apply and enforce competition and consumer measures alongside the Competition Commission, Trading Standards...

Opposition Day — [Unallotted day]: Energy Prices (19 Hyd 2011)

John Robertson: ...not been passing on wholesale market price reductions. Surprise, surprise! As far as I am concerned, these are anti-competitive acts, especially towards smaller energy companies. Chapter II of the Competition Act 1998 prohibits the abuse of dominant position in a market by one or more undertakings which may affect the trade within the UK. According to the competition law guidelines,...

Health and Social Care Bill: Second Reading (11 Hyd 2011)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...to the NHS under existing law has been a grey area for some years. It is not a new issue but we should not do anything to exacerbate it. It is crucial that for the purposes of EU law applied by the Competition Act and the Enterprise Act, publicly funded trusts are not regarded as "undertakings", otherwise the full rigour of competition law will apply. The limited European case law seems to...

NHS Future Forum — Debate (15 Med 2011)

Baroness Wheeler: ...the Bill moves away from referring to economic regulation, Monitor is still to be given sweeping pro-competition powers, including concurrent powers with the Office of Fair Trading under the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002. These powers, alongside the power to license every provider to the NHS, have not been changed by the amendments. Monitor therefore remains an economic...

Bill Presented — European Union Act 2011 (Amendment) Bill: New Clause 1 — Complaints about exercise of public health functions by local authorities ( 7 Med 2011)

Guy Opperman: ...representations that have been made about competition, they would believe that it is a new evil being introduced into the NHS. However, that is manifestly wrong, as the Enterprise Act 2002 and the Competition Act 1998 were introduced under the previous Government and have been operating in the health service for a considerable time. I see some hon. Members shaking their heads, but the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Telephone Calls: Prices (15 Gor 2011)

Baroness Rawlings: .... With the implementation of the new EU framework, Ofcom now also has powers to impose maximum charges on specific telephone number ranges for the purposes of consumer protection, as well as having Competition Act powers to deal with abuse of dominance issues.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Gor 2011)

David Cameron: And yes, as the hon. Gentleman says, we should look at amending the laws. We should make sure that the “fit and proper” test is right. We should make sure that the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 are right. It is perfectly acceptable, at one and the same time, to obey the law as a Government but to send a message from the House of Commons that this business has got to...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 75 - Co-operation with the Office of Fair Trading (12 Gor 2011)

Paul Burstow: I am grateful for the question. The clause requires the Office of Fair Trading and Monitor to co-operate with each other in the exercise of their concurrent functions under the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002. Specifically, each must give the other any information that it holds that the other might require or that it considers might assist the other in the exercise of its...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 71 - Mergers involving NHS foundation trusts (12 Gor 2011)

Owen Smith: In fact, I doubt it is in the primary legislation. If the Minister reads the Competition Act or the Enterprise Act, he will fail to find a specific reference to a financial threshold of £70 million. I would be surprised if old legislation, or any legislation, had a specific number. I suspect that the figure might be in regulations, which get updated, or in some other form of OFT guidance. I...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 67 - Requirements as to procurement, patient choice and competition (12 Gor 2011)

Tom Blenkinsop: ...quality. The provision is again subservient to clauses 64 and 65—the coterminosity of the OFT and Monitor acting together, making decisions based primarily on clauses 64 and 65, which bring in the Competition Act and the Enterprise Act. Quality is not even mentioned in the clause.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 66 - Competition functions: supplementary (12 Gor 2011)

Tom Blenkinsop: ...its functions by virtue of section 64 or 65.” Therefore, any agreement that Monitor comes to with the OFT and the decisions it makes must pay explicit regard to sections 64 and 65, which cover the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 65 - Functions under Part 4 of the Enterprise Act 2002 (12 Gor 2011)

Paul Burstow: No, I do not. We have these powers because they are all about the concurrent exercise of existing powers under the Enterprise Act and the Competition Act.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Health and Social Care (Re-Committed) Bill: Clause 64 - Functions under the Competition Act 1998 (12 Gor 2011)

Paul Burstow: The only way in which the Bill changes competition law is by inserting the word “Monitor” into the Competition Act and the Enterprise Act. The only way in which the Bill changes anything in competition law is through the addition of that name to the legislation. I come now to the hon. Member for Islington South and Finsbury’s question about Southern Cross, and how it might be relevant...


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