Jeremy Wright MP (Conservative) MP for Rugby & Kenilworth.
E-Health Insider reports in Uncertainty over legality of NHS Care Records Service 24 September 2007 Has written to the Health minister over the on behalf of one of his constituents Dr Paul Thornton, a GP in Warwickshire who is campaigning against the consent model for the NHS Care Records Service.
Signed Early Day Motion 845 Freedom of Information 06 February 2007
- That this House expresses concern that the proposed new fees regulations under the Freedom of Information Act would allow authorities to refuse on cost grounds a high proportion of requests which they are currently required to answer; notes that the Government's consultation document recognises that this will have a greater impact on journalists, hon. Members, campaign groups and researchers than on private individuals; considers that such changes would undermine the Act's contribution to increased discussion of public affairs, accountability and trust in the work of public authorities; and calls on the Government not to proceed with the proposals.
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- 2007-09-24 - E-Health Insider - Uncertainty over legality of NHS Care Records Service
- Summary: Health minister Ben Bradshaw has refused to release information on the legality of the NHS Care Records Service (NCRS) and played down suggestions the NHS database will breach European law. Bradshaw was responding to Jeremy Wright MP who had contacted the health minister on behalf of one of his constituents Dr Paul Thornton, a GP in Warwickshire who is campaigning against the consent model for the NCRS.
- 2007-09-21 - Pulse - EU law could scupper Care Record
- Summary: Health minister Ben Bradshaw has admitted the rollout of the NHS Care Record could be banned under European law. ... writing to Conservative MP for Rugby and Kenilworth, Jeremy Wright, Mr Bradshaw said the Department of Health still disputed Professor Korff’s claim, although he refused to reveal details of the Govern-ment’s legal advice.