Monitor

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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Said Bean: "The FSA have been asking for an independent regulator to watch over clubs for years so its good to now see our views being heard.
A genuine independent regulator, subscribed to by all with penalties for non compliance and transgressions, is their only way forward.
He later added: "Ofqual is an independent regulator accountable to Parliament.
Dubai has set up an independent regulator under the auspices of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy.
He told MPs he would consult on a new system of accreditation for senior NHS managers and ask Monitor, the independent regulator of NHS foundation trusts, to consider "de-authorising" the Mid Staffordshire trust.
Proposals for a "children's health park" on the West Derby site were submitted to independent regulator of foundation trust hospitals Monitor.
The FSB called for an independent regulator with a wide-ranging retail brief to ensure fair competition in all parts of the sector and reverse the trend of over 2,000 independent shops going out of business each year.
The British Retail Consortium has dismissed the idea of an independent regulator for the grocery industry as a "complete non-starter".
They are also overseen by an independent regulator called Monitor.
The Secretary of State for Health, Ms Hewitt will put forward those trusts she supports to Monitor - the Independent Regulator - at the end of July
The trust is now waiting for Monitor, the Department of Health's Independent Regulator, to give the green light to complete the Foundation Trust process.
It is the second group of applicants to be authorised by the Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts, bringing the total number nationwide to 20.

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