Motion B1 (as an amendment to Motion B)

National Security Bill - Commons Reason and Amendment – in the House of Lords at 4:15 pm on 4 July 2023.

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Lord West of Spithead:

Moved by Lord West of Spithead

At end insert “, and do propose Amendment 122D as an amendment to Amendment 122C—

122D: Leave out subsection (2).”

Photo of Lord West of Spithead Lord West of Spithead Labour

My Lords, my noble friend Lord Coaker has put it far better than I have. I am afraid that there has been a breakdown in trust between the ISC and the Government, although the Minister on the Front Bench has been very helpful in this area. This is such an important issue, and we cannot get our minds around what has gone wrong. Therefore, I would like to test the opinion of the House.

Ayes 201, Noes 210.

Division number 2 National Security Bill - Commons Reason and Amendment — Motion B1 (as an amendment to Motion B)

Aye: 199 Members of the House of Lords

No: 208 Members of the House of Lords

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No: A-Z by last name

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Motion B1 disagreed.

Motion B agreed.