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Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. The amendment is limited to the objectives of safety and the environment. The hon. Gentleman's remarks might be more suitable for the clause stand part debate.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 126, in clause 31, page 13, line 33, after 'Wales', insert 'or Transport for London'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this we may discuss the following amendments: No. 146, in page 7, line 8, after 'the', insert 'safe'. No. 147, in page 7, line 10, after 'the', insert 'safe and'. No. 33, in page 7, line 11, at end insert '; and (c) securing compliance with provisions of the Highway Code and road traffic legislation'. No. 98, in page 7, line 11, at end insert— '(ba) improving safety on...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 10 - Offences (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this we may discuss the following amendments: No. 15, in page 5, line 12, leave out '(or both)'. No. 16, in page 5, line 16, leave out '51' and insert '26'. No. 17, in page 5, line 17, leave out '(or both)'. No. 18, in page 5, line 25, leave out '51' and insert '52'. No. 19, in page 5, line 26, leave out '(or both)'. No. 82, in page 5, line 33, at end insert— '(5A) If at...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 10 - Offences (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government amendment No. 62. Amendment No. 82, in page 5, line 33, at end insert— '(5A) If at the time a person obstructs, resists or disobeys a traffic officer that officer does not have authority for his actions, then the subsequent granting to him of such authority will not thereby create or make the said persons...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 9 - Removal of certain vehicles by traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 157, in page 5, line 7, at end add— '(2A) When exercising any powers made under provisions referred to in subsection (1), and before arranging for the removal of a broken-down vehicle, a traffic officer shall grant the driver of the vehicle, where present, a reasonable opportunity to contact a breakdown organisation...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 8 - Powers to confer further special powers on traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: If the debate continues to range so far and wide, there will be no cause for a stand part debate as we will have covered all points.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 8 - Powers to confer further special powers on traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. Could the hon. Gentleman leave coffins and road humps to another time?

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 5 - The special powers of a traffic officer (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Yes, that is so. Clause 7 ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 8 - Powers to confer further special powers on traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 12, in page 4, line 36, leave out 'any Act or'. No. 13, in page 4, line 36, at end insert— '(3A) An order made under this section may not amend any Act'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 5 - The special powers of a traffic officer (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 30, in page 3, leave out line 11. Amendment No. 6, in page 3, line 24, leave out 'or near'. Amendment No. 7, in page 3, leave out line 25. Amendment No. 8, in page 3, line 28, leave out from '3;' to end of line 34. Amendment No. 9, in page 3, line 35, at end insert 'full'. Clause stand part. Amendment No. 92,...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 3 - Jurisdiction of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. The points that the hon. Gentleman is making are covered in new clause 22. I suggest that we either debate the subject now or wait until we reach the new clause. Whichever is chosen, the debate will not be repeated.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 2 - Designation of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: The Question is that clause 2, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 2 - Designation of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: I beg the Committee's pardon. The Question is that clause 2 stand part of the Bill. Clause 2 ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 2 - Designation of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: I remind the Committee that with this we are discussing the following: Amendment No. 3, in page 2, line 10, leave out from 'officers;' to end of line 11. Amendment No. 28, in page 2, line 11, leave out 'another person' and insert 'the Highways Agency'. Amendment No. 4, in page 2, line 18, leave out 'may' and insert 'must'. Amendment No. 91, in page 2, line 20, leave out subsections...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 2 - Designation of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: That is not a point of order for the Chair, but I will pass the message on to the Speaker.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 2 - Designation of traffic officers (27 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Yes, certainly, hon. Members may take their jackets off.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (7 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Will my right hon. Friend consider making an appeal to all universities and research laboratories to ensure that where work relates to public health and welfare, it is properly reviewed by peers working in the same field? Does he agree that if that had been done in respect of the work of Dr. Wakefield, which purported to link the MMR vaccine to autism but was never corroborated, a great deal...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Basel II Accords (18 Dec 2003)

Mr Nigel Beard: What progress is being made in settling new international arrangements for banking regulation through the Basel II accords.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Basel II Accords (18 Dec 2003)

Mr Nigel Beard: I thank my right hon. Friend for that reply. Given the increasing tendency of banks to transfer their risks to insurance businesses, does he agree that the capital adequacy of insurance companies that trade internationally may need international regulation similar to that provided for the banks by the Basel accord?


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