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(1) The Second Biennial Report, Mental Health Act Commission 1985–87.
(2) The Third Biennial Report, Mental Health Act Commission 1987–89.
(3) House of Commons (1985) Community Care with Special Reference to Adult Mentally Ill and Mentally Handicapped People. Second report from the Social Services' Committee Session 1984–85 (Chairman - Mrs Renee Short). London: HMSO.
(4) Not a Penny to Call My Own: poverty amongst residents in mental illness and mental handicap hospitals. Bradshaw & Davis, Kings Fund Publishing Office, 2 St Andrew's Place, London NW1 4LB.
(5) Hospital Memorandum on Patients' Monies. HM(71)90, Department of Health & Social Security, Alexander Fleming House, London SE1 6BY.
(6) Report to Council from Public Policy Committee on DHSS Consultative Document: Patients' Money. Accumulation of Balances in Long-stay Hospitals. PPC 29/81.
(7) Mind Policy Paper No. 1: Money in Hospitals: the incomes of people living in long-stay hospitals. MIND, National Association for Mental Health, 22 Harley Street, London W1N 2ED, 1983.
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