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The Work and Pensions Committee said that the freedom introduced in April is "not yet operating entirely as it should" - and a lack of clarity is "endangering pension savers".
Some of them are an alleged lack of clarity on nominations and voting; they are too busy; and they want to make way for younger people.
The research looked at a sample of 17 GP practices in Wales and found the main barriers for GPs in reporting safety errors were insufficient time to report errors; lack of clarity over what was a significant event that required to be reported; lack of feedback from the local health board; fear of blame; damage to reputation and impact on patient confidence.
Many of these highlight the lack of clarity in law.
According to foreign portfolio investors, lack of clarity over tax regulations in India and the fear that gains on their portfolio may get taxed if they move here has forced more than a third of fund managers of Indian origin to operate from countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, London and New York.
The lack of clarity regarding the tax exemptions that may apply to certain construction projects of national interest such as this is causing problems, similar to those faced by Meco SA with the Municipality of Anton during construction of the tunnel in Rio Hato airfield.
Planning inspector Martin Pike heard from former Newcastle Central MP Jim Cousins, who said there was a marked lack of clarity on much of the Labourcontrolled council's plans.
She added, however, that there was confusion among public service centre staff, caused by a lack of clarity around their responsibilities.
Diversion created by HRSA's lack of clarity on patient definition, and duplicate discounts created by unclear use of Medicaid managed care prescriptions are equally problematic from both contract or covered entity owned pharmacies.
Muscat: Galfar Engineering and Contracting shares on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) took a beating, amid lack of clarity among investors on the change of management following an Omani court convicting two of the company officials on bribery charges.
But Wrap's Household Food and Drink Waste in the UK 2012 report suggested a lack of clarity around storage and labelling, over-estimating portions and buying more than is needed were some of the reasons consumers discarded edible food.
But Wrap's 'Household Food and Drink Waste in the UK 2012' report suggested a lack of clarity around storage and labelling, over-estimating portions and buying more than is needed were some of the reasons consumers discarded edible food.