If it is okay with you, Mr Hollobone, I will not take up a huge amount of the Committee’s time on these final four consequential amendments; they are very much a tidying-up provision towards the end of the Bill.
Clause 27 sets out the exceptions to this provision modifying enactments with a different extent, and those with the same extent as the enactments are being modified —if anybody understands that, they are a better person than I am. The legislation brought forward by a previous Administration needs to be tidied up. I am not a lawyer, but that is what it says here. These are really just technical tidying-up exercises on these clauses, and I hope that we can agree those and then move on to the new clauses.