Carter Review

Carter Review

An independent review of (UK) pathology services chaired by Lord Carter of Coles, which was “…to advise Ministers, in the context of current resource constraints, on the timeliness, reliability, capacity and efficiency of current pathology services in England, benchmarked against international standards and the feasibility of and benefits arising from wide-scale service reconfiguration, innovation and modernisation and involvement of the independent sector." The Carter review begat the Carter Report.
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She said she was proud of the city's role leading the response to the Legal Aid reforms proposed by the Carter review, which the Law Society nationally is opposing.
Birmingham put together a strong case, an excellent bid but the independent Carter Review made it clear that a return on the investment at Wembley could be far greater than at Birmingham.
Forum tax spokesman, Neil Hamper, said they have submitted recommendations to the Patrick Carter review of payroll burdens set up by the Chancellor.
The Birmingham project team will meet Mr Carter and the Football Association this week to go through the recommendations contained in the Carter Review.
Mr Caborn confirmed the Carter review would decide whether it was possible to save Wembley, which at pounds 660 million is massively over-budget - and the Football Association would have a big say in the choice.
The suspicion remains, and Mr Caborn has done nothing to set minds at rest, that the Carter Review of the national stadium has been charged with one task and one task only - to rescue Wembley from financial embarrassment.
The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) was created in 2004 in response to The Carter Review -- a Number 10, Treasury and Home Office review of the UK's correctional services.
The Carter review emphasised that, as HMRC increased their reliance on technology, it was essential their IT systems should be tested rigorously.
The Carter review is looking at all aspects of the system and will report back in due course.
For example, as we've seen recently, the Carter Review of legal aid is likely to result in many hundreds of lawyers losing their jobs.
They will carefully consider the Carter Review, due to report by the end of January 2006