Patsy McGlone: I note —. I note the party has opposed the Question; sorry, has been in favour of the Question here and that the majority do have it. So I do believe that that amendment has [Inaudible] made it.
Patsy McGlone: Yes. That is what I was trying to indicate there. So we will have that recorded that the Alliance Party, please, just how they have voted.
Patsy McGlone: Yes, and you wish to be recorded, too. Is that what you are saying?
Patsy McGlone: OK. Amendment No 19 negatived. Amendment No 20 made: In page 6, line 39, at end insert— “(6) The Department must annually review Article 29A(1) to (2B) of the Sexual Offences (Northern Ireland) Order 2008 so as to inform the Department on whether the power in Article 29A(4) of that Order should be exercised.” — [Mr Storey (The Chairperson of the Committee for Justice ).] Clause 11...
Patsy McGlone: We now come to the second group of amendments for debate. With amendment No 31, it will be convenient to debate amendment Nos 32 to 41. In this group, amendment No 33 is mutually exclusive with amendment No 32. I call the Minister of Justice to move amendment No 31 and to address the other amendments in the group.
Patsy McGlone: I call Paula Bradshaw.
Patsy McGlone: We have not been notified of any other Members who wish to speak, so I call the Minister to wind up.
Patsy McGlone: Amendment No 33 is mutually exclusive to amendment No 32, which has just been made, so it will not be called. Mr Storey indicated that he would not have proposed it anyway. Amendment No 34 made: In page 25, line 12, leave out subsection (4) and insert new clause— “Defence for slavery and trafficking victims (19A) In section 22 (defence for slavery and trafficking victims in relation to...
Patsy McGlone: That concludes the Further Consideration Stage of the Justice (Sexual Offences and Trafficking Victims) Bill. The Bill now stands referred to the Speaker. Members should take their ease while we move to the next item of business, please.
Patsy McGlone: The Business Committee has agreed that there should be no time limit on the debate. I call the Minister of Justice to open the debate on the motion.
Patsy McGlone: Members, as Question Time begins at 2.00 pm, I suggest that the Assembly take its ease until then. The debate will continue after Question Time, when the next Member to speak will be Pam Cameron. The debate stood suspended. (Mr Speaker in the Chair)
Patsy McGlone: The Business Committee has agreed that there should be no time limit on the debate.
Patsy McGlone: Glaoim ar an Aire Bonneagair le críoch a chur leis an díospóireacht ar an Chéim Dheireannach den Bhille. I call the Minister for Infrastructure to conclude the debate on the Final Stage of the Bill.
Patsy McGlone: Members, take your ease, please, while we move to the next item of business.
Patsy McGlone: Members, we can start the debate, but we will need a few more bodies in the Chamber if we come to a vote. We will contact the Whips' offices.
Patsy McGlone: The Business Committee has agreed that there should be no time limit on the debate. I call the Minister to open the debate on the motion.
Patsy McGlone: Before the Member starts to speak, I remind him that we are focused on the amendments. I appreciate his need to contextualise, but we should not veer off into wider territory.
Patsy McGlone: I will not call amendment Nos 2 or 3 as they are mutually exclusive with amendment No 1, which has been made. Amendment No 4 made: In page 9, line 25, after “insert” insert “5C,”. — [Ms Hargey (The Minister for Communities).] Clause 11 (Validity requirements for notices to quit given by landlords and tenants) Amendment No 5 made: In page 11, line 36, leave out from “paragraph”...
Patsy McGlone: I will not call amendment No 9 as it is mutually exclusive to amendment No 1, which has been made. Clause 14 (Commencement) Amendment No 10 made: In page 14, line 38, after “section 11” insert— “, except in so far as it confers a power to make regulations under Article 14(3) of the 2006 Order (as inserted by subsection (4) of that section). (2A) Subsections (2B) and (2C) apply to...
Patsy McGlone: That concludes the Further Consideration Stage of the Private Tenancies Bill. The Bill stands referred to the Speaker. Members should take their ease while we move to the next item of business.