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Power to make alternative payments

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions – in the House of Commons at 9:06 pm on 21st November 2016.

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Amendments made: 14, page 50, line 23, leave out “Secretary of State’s opinion” and insert

“opinion of the person making the regulations concerned”.

This amendment reflects the fact that the Welsh Ministers will have the function of making regulations for alternative payments in relation to Wales.

Amendment 15, page 50, line 34, leave out “and (f)” and insert “to (h)”.

This amendment provides that the Secretary of State has the function in relation to Wales (instead of the Welsh Ministers) of making provision in regulations about the effect, in relation to the alternative payment regime, of a person entering an individual voluntary arrangement.

Amendment 16, page 50, line 37, leave out subsection (10).—(Joseph Johnson.)

This amendment leaves out an unnecessary provision.

Clause 86