§ Mr. Robin Cook
To ask the President of the Board of Trade, pursuant to his answer of 12 July,Official Report, column 509, what view the British Government have offered on whether the legal basis for the European Commission's proposed directive defining the set of services which may be reserved at national level should be article 90 or article 100A of the treaty of Rome.
§ Mr. Heseltine
[holding answer 20 July 1994]: We have made clear to the European Commission our view that it would be preferable for all directives implementing the single market in postal services to have as their legal basis article 100A of the treaty of Rome. We accept, however, that if satisfactory progress under article 100A proves impossible, the Commission could resort to article 90 for a directive setting limits to the services that may be reserved at national level.
Appeal received Health board/NHS trust Site area Determination Lothian health board 21 November 1991 Northern General hospital, Edinburgh 1.21 hectares (3 acres) Appeal sustained 2 July 1992 Greater Glasgow health board 12 November 1993 Broomhill hospital, Kirkintilloch 1.21 hectares (3 acres) Not yet determined 3 June 1994 Leverndale hospital, Glasgow 1.21 hectares (3 acres) Not yet determined