Anne Main: My right hon. Friend refers to negotiations. Of course, negotiations are about give and take, and some people may think we have given rather too much, but I am actually not sure that the European Union will take it—I think it will want us to give a little more, and a little more. Will she recall Parliament over the summer if, in those deep and pacey negotiations, we are asked to give...
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether his Department plans to introduce requirements for schools to teach pupils in secondary school about the dangers of gambling online.
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, if he will make an assessment of the implications for his Department's policies of the recommendations in the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board’s report on children, young people and gambling: a case for action; and if he will make a statement.
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, whether his Department plans to bring forward legislation to ensure that gambling websites introduce stronger third-party age verification checks for users.
Anne Main: Order. The Committee finishes—
Anne Main: No; it is the Whips who will decide.
Anne Main: Order. Before I call the hon. Lady, I was about to make the hon. Gentleman come back to motor vehicle acts of terrorism. I would rather that did not involve wider discussions of insurance. If it is not on a wider discussion of insurance, I call Rupa Huq.
Anne Main: Order. The hon. Lady is now coming on to clause 19, which is about delays.
Anne Main: We have had extremely wide-ranging debates, so I shall be quite firm in keeping this debate close to the wording of the amendment.
Anne Main: We now come to clause 19. Four amendments were deemed to be sufficiently varied to be addressed separately. I ask hon. Members to speak to each amendment in turn, and each amendment in turn will then be voted on. Clause 19
Anne Main: Order. I am sorry, but it is rather discourteous to the Minister to be passing round wine gums. [Interruption.] Order. I will call the Minister again and I hope those wine gums will have disappeared.
Anne Main: Order. This is way beyond the scope of the amendment, and even ranges way beyond the debate we said we would have. I will bring the Minister back to his comments and maybe he can respond to the hon. Member later.
Anne Main: I am sure the Minister will answer, not me.
Anne Main: Before I call the hon. Lady to resume her remarks, I remind the Committee that at the beginning of the sitting I said that if comments were wide ranging, we would not have a clause stand-part debate. Given that she is ranging quite widely from the wording of the amendment, I shall probably not have a separate clause stand part, so she should be mindful of that as she carries on with her remarks.
Anne Main: Order. I have not said anything.
Anne Main: Before we begin, in the light of the swift progress made so far, I am minded, should we reach this point, to select the two new amendments in the name of Stephen Doughty on the amendment paper, which are amendment 47 to schedule 3 and new clause 8. A revised selection list for this afternoon’s sitting is available in the Committee Room. Copies of written evidence received by the...
Anne Main: Apparently the room was locked. We shall try to track things down for you, Mr Hoare.
Anne Main: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 34, in schedule 2, page 26, line 16, at end insert— “(c) the Commissioner for the Retention and Use of Biometric Material has consented under section 63G to the retention of the material.” Amendment 15, in schedule 2, page 26, line 29, leave out sub-paragraph 3(4)....
Anne Main: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, with reference to the report entitled Everybody In: How to end homelessness in Great Britain, published by Crisis in 2018, if he will make an assessment of the potential merits of the proposals in that report; and if he will make a statement.
Anne Main: Before I call the SNP spokesperson, Alison Thewliss, I ask her to try to confine her remarks to eight minutes.