Policing and Crime Bill

– in a Public Bill Committee on 12th February 2009.

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[Sir Nicholas Winterton in the Chair]

PC 20 Angela Chew and David Chew

PC 21 Lynsey Pitt

PC 22 Claire Redford (and others)

PC 23 Thierry Schaffauser

PC 24 Adrian Nicholas

PC 25 Susan Jones

PC 26 Michael Smith

PC 27 Ken Baker

PC 28 George McCoy

PC 29 Jan Bassett

PC 30 Karl L. Evanson

PC 31 Elliot Moss

PC 32 Tom George

PC 33 Phil Hubbard

PC 34 Sophia Mardell

PC 35 John Dockerty

PC 36 David Livermore

PC 37 Douglas Fox

PC 38 International Union of Sex Workers

PC 39 GMB

PC 40 May Smith

PC 41 Paula Byrne

PC 42 Victoria Ford

PC 43 Glasyn Gibson

PC 44 Object

PC 45 Claire Howard

PC 46 BPS

PC 47 Better Archway Forum

PC 48 London Borough of Newham

PC 49 CAPE

PC 50 Alcohol Concern

PC 51 Rossy Stansfield

PC 52 London Borough of Lambeth

PC 53 POPPY Project

PC 54 British Beer and Pub Association

PC 55 Jenny Pearl

PC 56 London Borough of Greenwich

PC 57 Joanna (Part of Leeds Christian Community Trust)

PC 58 London Borough of Hackney

PC 59 Bride Court Residents Association

PC 60 London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

PC 61 Josephine Butler Society

Photo of Nicholas Winterton Nicholas Winterton Conservative, Macclesfield 9:00 am, 12th February 2009

I welcome all hon. Members who have arrived so far to this sitting of the Committee. It is at the moment a lovely day; I hope that it remains just like that. Before we begin, it might be for the benefit of hon. Members if I clarify the arrangements for tabling amendments in the forthcoming brief recess. To be selectable for the sitting on Tuesday 24 February, amendments must be tabled by 4.30 pm on Thursday 19 February. Thereafter, normal deadlines will apply.

Photo of Vernon Coaker Vernon Coaker Minister of State (Home Office) (Policing, Crime & Security)

On a point of order, Sir Nicholas. I have been asked by the president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, Sir Ken Jones, to bring to the attention of all Committee members a letter that he has sent, which deals with some of the points raised in respect of ACPO. No doubt Committee members will have seen that and will read it, but he asked me to point that out.

Photo of Nicholas Winterton Nicholas Winterton Conservative, Macclesfield

The Minister said what he needed to say before I had had time to consider whether it was a point of order or not. In fact, it was not; it was a point of information, but I am sure that the Chair and members of the Committee are grateful to him. In case I forget to say this at the end of the sitting, I shall say now that I hope that all hon. Members have a restful and enjoyable recess with their families.