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Business Bulletin No. 44/2003

Thursday 6 March 2003

Section H : New Documents

  

Subordinate Legislation

Negative Instruments

The following instruments were laid before the Parliament on 5 March 2003 and are subject to annulment—

The National Health Service (Charges for Drugs and Appliances) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2003 (SSI 2003/130)—

The National Health Service (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2003 (SSI 2003/131)—

laid under section 105(2) of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978

The Miscellaneous Food Additives (Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2003 (SSI 2003/132)

laid under section 48(3) of the Food Safety Act 1990

Other Documents

The following documents were laid before the Parliament on 5 March 2003 and are not subject to any Parliamentary procedure—

Aberdeen College: Report of the Board of Management and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 July 2003 (SE/2003/21)—

Anniesland College: Report of the Board of Management and Accounts for the year ended 31 July 2003 (SE/2003/23)—

Oatridge Agricultural College: Report of the Board of Management and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 July 2003 (SE/2003/56)—

laid under section 22(5) of the Public Finance and Accountability (Scotland) Act 2000

Committee Reports

The following Report is being published on 6 March 2003

Rural Development Committee, 5th Report 2003: Report on Subordinate Legislation (SP Paper 813)

European Documents

Members wishing to see a list of EC/EU documents and legislative proposals received in the Parliament should contact the clerk to the European Committee (europe@scottish.parliament.uk). Members are reminded that a complete set of all documents received is held by SPICe and copies can be made available on request. Additionally, SPICe holds a set of Briefing Papers produced primarily for MEPs covering the views of the UK Government on proposals for EC/EU legislation. Finally, the Parliament now receives copies of agendas in advance of each Council of the EU meeting (formerly known as the Council of Ministers) and post-Council reports. These and the Briefing Papers are available to all MSPs and parliamentary staff.

 

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