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Calman Hine report

A report released in the UK in 1995 which provides the framework for managing all cancers except non-melanoma skin cancers. It was intended to make high standards of care available to all patients in the UK, eliminating the so-called “postcode lottery” of cancer outcome measures.
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The Con-Dems are planning a Scotland Bill based on the findings of the Calman report on the future of devolution.
And he said: "We will work together to implement, following the Calman report, the next stage of devolution to the Scottish Parliament.
The two men said: "The Calman report on funding devolution in Scotland, the Holtham report in Wales, and now the House of Lords Committee have all concluded recently that the block grants system for the devolved administrations should be reformed and that the Barnett formula has come to the end of its shelf life.
I am sure that if we could develop these plans suggested in the Calman report we would get much better results," says Prof Sikora.
Scots Secretary Jim Murphy published a White Paper giving the UK Government's backing to the Calman Report on devolution.
The ability to alter the limit was set out earlier this year among recommendations in the Calman report on devolution, which Labour ministers are considering.
Angus Robertson, the SNP leader at Westminster, said they would be willing to work with the Government to implement the Calman report in full - but cast doubt on Labour's commitment to the process.
The Liberal Democrats will be disappointed when the PM says implementing the Calman report will not be a priority.
WITHthe news Westminster is proposing to transfer more tax powers to Holyrood following the Calman Report, I wonder if Scots will be better off, the same or worse off ?