Results 181–200 of 477 for speaker:Mr Nigel Beard

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Schedule 10 - The Competition Service (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 331, in page 230, line 5, after 'anything', insert 'reasonably necessary'. No. 332, in page 230, line 6, at end insert— 'subject to the principles of transparency, accountability, consistency and proportionality.'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 176 - Annual report of Service (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take amendment No. 336, in page 128, line 30, leave out ''in its opinion seriously and prejudicially affect'' and insert— ''significantly harm the legitimate business interests''.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 175 - The Competition Service (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following: Government amendments Nos. 342 and 343. Motion to transfer clause 175. Government amendments Nos. 345 to 352. Motion to transfer Schedule 10. Government amendments Nos. 355 to 369. Government new clause 8—Annual report of Commission.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 173 - interpretation: part 4 (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. This is a rather long intervention.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 173 - interpretation: part 4 (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this we may discuss amendment No. 136, in page 124, line 34, after 'is', insert— '(a) a consumer of goods or services whether publicly or privately provided.'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 168 - Investigation powers of the Commission (7 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 319, in page 122, leave out line 19. No. 320, in page 122, leave out line 20. No 321, in page 122, leave out line 21. No. 322, in page 122, leave out line 22. No. 323, in page 122, leave out line 23.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 100 - Certain duties of relevant authorities to consult (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take amendment No. 170, in page 70, line 23, leave out subsection (4).

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 103 - Further publicity requirements (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take Government amendment No. 272.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 93 - Period for considering merger notices (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. Is it the hon. Gentleman's wish that amendments Nos. 286 and 287 be taken together?

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 90 - Rights to enforce undertakings and orders (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 279, in page 64, line 13, leave our subsection (9). No. 280, in clause 91, page 64, line 18, leave out subsection (1). No. 281, in clause 91, page 64, line 21, leave out subsection (2). No. 282, in clause 91, page 64, line 23, leave out subsection (3). No. 283, in clause 91, page 64, line 28, leave out "also". No....

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Schedule 7 - Provision that may be contained in certain enforcement orders (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take Government amendment No. 192.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 79 - Order-making power where final undertakings nor fulfilled (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take Government amendments Nos. 189, 190 and 194.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 75 - Section 73 and 74: further interpretation provisions (1 May 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take Government amendments Nos. 183 to 186.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: rose—

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Why?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: The hon. Gentleman is laying all the emphasis on the increase in the size of the working population. Reports also show that, year on year, there has been growth in productivity. That alone justifies the change in the trend rate that the Government propose.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Given that the hon. Gentleman is apparently reading from a paper, he might read it accurately. The Government are not projecting any increase in future growth; they are not saying that they have not allowed for growth over the past five years. They have made a cautious prediction, taking today's productivity growth and not allowing it to increase according to the measures introduced in the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?


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