§ Dr. Iddon
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) if he will ask the public inquiry into the Shipman case to look at the practicalities of tracking controlled drugs, from all points of purchase to all points of use, including use(a) in hospitals and hospices and (b) in the community; 
(2) if he will investigate ways of recovering unused controlled drugs from a patient's home when it is known that the patient is no longer in need of them. 
§ Mr. Denham
The terms of reference for the inquiry into the issues raised by the case of Dr. Shipman are broad. The inquiry is invited to examine the role and conduct of the statutory bodies and authorities concerned, and to consider the appropriateness of the response of these organisations to the information available about Harold Shipman's clinical practice. They are further invited to make recommendations for safeguarding patients and on any related matter which the public interest may require.
Copies of the terms of reference of the inquiry are available in the Library.