When we examined clause 27(1)(b), we discovered that the powers that the Government propose to give to the constable or other authorised person are extremely wide. I should like to probe the Minister on the phrase that suggests that the constable or other authorised person should be given the power to
``do anything reasonably necessary for the purpose of securing compliance with the order.''
Those are wide words indeed. When a power is drawn as widely as that, it is right to probe the Government on whether such powers are apposite.
Debate adjourned.—[Mr. Sutcliffe.]
Adjourned accordingly at twenty minutes to Ten o'clock till Thursday 1 March at five minutes to Ten o'clock.