Results 221–240 of 477 for speaker:Mr Nigel Beard

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 184 - Powers when conducting an investigation (23 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 97, in page 133, line 17, at end insert— '(5) A notice under subsection (1) must indicate the subject matter and purpose of the investigation'. No. 98, in page 133, line 17, at end insert— '(6) Any person of whom information is sought pursuant to this section shall not be required to provide such information, if the...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: [Part I] (23 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 90, in page 132, line 12, leave out 'five' and insert 'three'. No. 37, in page 132, line 12, leave out 'or to both'. No. 39, in page 132, line 13, leave out 'to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or'. No. 40, in page 132, line 14, leave out 'or to both'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: [Part I] (23 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 140, in page 132, line 17, leave out 'or'. No. 141, in page 132, line 18, leave out 'by or'. Mr. Waterson: The amendments would all have the same effect, limiting ability to instigate the new criminal offence in clause 179 to the Serious Fraud Squad, and to remove the criminal investigatory powers from the Office of Fair...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (22 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: The financial consequences of meeting the ambition of this country to modernise and invest in a world-leading national health service were not dreamt up in a moment of emotional gush by someone with an urge to be philanthropic with other people's money. Mr. Derek Wanless was chief executive of the National Westminster bank. He is well known and respected in the City. His conclusion is that...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 11 - Super-complaints to the OFT (18 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take amendment No. 22, in page 5, line 18, after 'consumers', insert 'of products or services of any description'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 11 - Super-complaints to the OFT (18 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Would the hon. Gentleman limit his intervention? It is becoming a speech.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill (18 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Before we begin, I should point out that amendment No. 135 was wrongly printed at the beginning of the selection list. We have passed that point in our consideration of the Bill.Clause 11 Super-complaints to the OFT

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 11 - Super-complaints to the OFT (18 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take amendment No. 25, in page 5, line 13, leave out subsection (4).

Dairy Industry (17 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. We have approximately 15 minutes before the winding-up speeches and four hon. Members wish to speak, so if they limit their remarks, they will all have an opportunity to speak.

Dairy Industry (17 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: I call Mr. David Drew.

Dairy Industry (17 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: I shall take that into account.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 11 - Super-complaints to the OFT (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this we may discuss the following amendments: No. 18, in page 5, line 4, leave out from ''services'' to end of line 5 and insert ''prevents, restricts or distorts competition''. No. 24, in page 5, leave out lines 31 and 32.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 7 - Provision of information and (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to consider amendment No. 16, in page 3, line 32, at end insert– '(4) A Minister of the Crown who receives any such proposals or advice shall deliver (and publish) a reasoned response to such proposals or advice within 6 weeks of receipt thereof.'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. I remind the hon. Gentleman that the clause is specifically about publication of the annual report, not a general release of information.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this we may discuss the following amendments: No. 6, in page 2, line 32, leave out 'so far as is practicable'. No. 7, in page 2, line 34, leave out 'in its opinion'. No. 8, in page 2, line 34, leave out 'seriously and prejudicially affect the' and insert 'significantly harm the legitimate business'. No. 9, in clause 6, page 3, line 17, leave out 'shall have regard to the need for...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. Will the hon. Gentleman curtail his intervention?

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: I remind the Committee that with this we may take the following amendments: No. 4, in page 2, line 24, at end insert– '(d) an assessment of the additional costs to business of the exercise of its functions.'. No. 2, in page 2, line 26, at end insert– '(3A) The Government will arrange a debate in each House of Parliament on the annual report within three months of its publication'.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: Would the Under-Secretary like to reply?

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 4 - Annual and other reports (16 Apr 2002)

Mr Nigel Beard: The Minister has taken note of the hon. Gentleman's request.


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