Clause 61 - Imposing conditions on one-person protests

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill – in the House of Commons at 11:30 pm on 28 February 2022.

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  • Division number 201
    A majority of MPs voted to allow the police to place conditions on seriously disruptive noisy one-person protests.

Motion made, and Question put, That this House disagrees with Lords amendment 87.—(Kit Malthouse.)

Division number 201 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill — Clause 61 — Imposing Conditions on One-Person Protests

A majority of MPs voted to allow the police to place conditions on seriously disruptive noisy one-person protests.

Aye: 290 MPs

No: 235 MPs

Aye: A-Z by last name

Tellers

No: A-Z by last name

Tellers

Absent: 120 MPs

Absent: A-Z by last name

The House divided: Ayes 292, Noes 238.

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords amendment 87 disagreed to.

Government amendments (a) to (f) made to the words so restored to the Bill.

Lords amendments 89 and 146 disagreed to.

Government amendments (a) and (b) made in lieu of Lords amendments 89 and 146.

Lords amendment 143 disagreed to.

Government amendments (a) to (c) made in lieu of Lords amendment 143.

Lords amendments 75 to 79, 83 to 86, 90 to 93, 118 to 120 and 148 agreed to.

Motion made, and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83H), That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their amendments 58, 71, 72, 73, 81, 82, 107, 141 and 142;

That Kit Malthouse, Scott Mann, James Daly, Gagan Mohindra, Sarah Jones, Chris Elmore and Anne McLaughlin be members of the Committee;

That Kit Malthouse be the Chair of the Committee;

That three be the quorum of the Committee.

That the Committee do withdraw immediately.—(David T.C. Davies.)

Question agreed to.

Committee to withdraw immediately; reasons to be reported and communicated to the Lords.