Proceeds of Crime Bill

– in a Public Bill Committee at on 11 December 2001.

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[Mr. John McWilliam in the Chair]

Photo of Mr John McWilliam Mr John McWilliam Labour, Blaydon 4:30, 11 December 2001

Before we come to amendment No. 365, I ask the indulgence of hon. Members. As they can hear, I am not my usual cheerful self, and I apologise in advance if I am less kind and considerate than I normally am.

Photo of David Wilshire David Wilshire Conservative, Spelthorne

On a point of order, Mr. McWilliam. You ask us to treat you kindly, so I shall ask you whether I may take my jacket off before I do so.

Photo of Mr John McWilliam Mr John McWilliam Labour, Blaydon

Gentlemen may remove their jackets if they wish. Ladies do not have to ask.Clause 245 General purpose of this Part