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The four-man SPRC, chaired by Lord Donoughue, also stated that it will continue to monitor the increase in the number of bookmakers offering non-standard terms, along with the decrease in those attending meetings, particularly all-weather cards, which now account for 23 per cent of the British fixture list, in order to consider whether the determination of the SP is affected.
The underwriters could also offer non-standard terms, meaning the premium will be increased from the original quote.
Partly to circumvent manpower planning mechanisms involving overall targets for the proportion of staff and associate specialist doctors within trusts, and also due to resource pressures, many trusts have created new grades of doctors with non-standard terms and conditions of service.