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Private Finance Initiative

Volume 264: debated on Monday 23 October 1995

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will make a statement about the rights of individual members of the public to make complaints to any of the appropriate ombudsmen about services or projects funded through the private finance initiative in his Department. [36830]

The parliamentary ombudsman can investigate complaints about projects or services funded through the private finance initiative if they are carried out by or on behalf of a Department or public body within his jurisdiction—those bodies which are listed in schedule 2 to the 1967 Act. The schedule covers the Home Office in its entirety.