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Clause 22

Part of Counter-Terrorism Bill – in a Public Bill Committee at 10:45 am on 6th May 2008.

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Photo of Dominic Grieve Dominic Grieve Shadow Attorney General 10:45 am, 6th May 2008

If I may, Mr. Bercow, I will take up what the Minister said. We clearly are in need of, and are likely to have, a substantial debate on the issues in schedule 1. I am happy to confine those issues to schedule 1. That schedule has one amendment, and I wondered what the best way to deal procedurally with that would be, before I lost the opportunity to raise anything under clause 22. I would have suggested that it might be sensible to start with a general debate on schedule 1, rather than focus on the amendment, but I will be guided by you, Mr. Bercow, as long as we can have that debate on the issues in schedule 1.