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Sexual Offences Bill [HL] (10 Apr 2003)

Baroness Blatch: ...to the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill to extend the scope of the existing law covering abuse within the family. Although the word "incest" will not be used in the new offence in Clauses 28 to 32, I am very pleased that the scope of the protection to cover abuse within the family has been significantly widened in the way that I proposed some three years ago. For example, step-parents are...

European Union (Amendment) Bill (22 Apr 2008)

Lord Pearson of Rannoch: ...cannot be used to circumvent whatever we decide in the Chamber. I am afraid that, without our amendments, that is the position. I am sure that I do not need to remind your Lordships of the whole of Sections 2 and 3 of the European Communities Act 1972, but can paraphrase it. Section 2 for the first time passed the power of the British courts to the Luxembourg Court of Justice. The...

Community Care (Delayed Discharges etc.) Bill: New Clause 3 — Meaning of 'Carer' and 'Carers' Assessment' (15 Jan 2003)

Jacqui Smith: .... The amendments add the carer's assessment—upon request from the carer—and decision about provision of services to the carer to the duties of a local authority when it receives a notice under section 2. Amendment No. 27 states that a carer's assessment should be carried out either when it has been requested by a carer—in response to the hon. Member for Sutton and Cheam (Mr....

Local Government: Coal Industry Dispute (Police Operations) (10 Apr 1984)

Gerald Kaufman: I must echo the refrain of the right hon. and learned Gentleman to all of my hon. Friends who intervened by saying that that is a matter for the courts to decide. Section D of the picketing code of practice issued under the Employment Act 1980, in paragraph 28, categorically states: The police have no responsibility for enforcing the civil law. The words "no" and "civil" are printed in...

Education Bill: Clause 1. — (Extended Powers to Make Contributions, etc.) (1 Jul 1959)

Mr Geoffrey Lloyd: ...speeches which have been made, to make some further statement about that position and the way in which we regard it in trying to make progress with the Bill and with the problems. I will begin by repeating the assurance which I gave the House on Second Reading that it is certainly not my expectation that the provisions in subsections (2) to (4) of Clause 1 will lead to the creation of new...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: New Clause 48 - Condition relating to development progress reports (13 Dec 2022)

Rosie Winterton: .... Government new clause 51—Application of CLA receipts. Government new clause 52—Duty to pass CLA receipts to other persons. Government new clause 53—Use of CLA receipts in an area to which section (Duty to pass CLA receipts to other persons)(1) duty does not relate. Government new clause 54—CLA infrastructure delivery strategy. Government new clause 55—Power to provide for...

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill: Amendments of the Harbours Act 1964 (28 Jul 1981)

John Prescott: ...30. Amendments Nos. 35 and 36 relate to appeals against dues and differentiate between charges and dues. We spent some time on this controversial matter in Committee. It can be seen from the new section 27A relating to appeals on port charges that the Minister has discovered that there are certain difficulties, as is ever the case with this complex industry. The Port of London Authority...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Remanded Persons) (10 Nov 1980)

Mr James Molyneaux: ...(Temporary Provisions) Act, which received Royal Assent on 29 October 1980. However, there are certain features and issues common to both. The order, in a slightly different form of words, repeats section 2 of the Imprisonment (Temporary Provisions) Act dealing with arrangements for remand, as the Secretary of State made clear this evening. On the Second Reading of the then Bill, the...

New Writ: Animal Health and Welfare Bill [Lords] (18 May 1984)

Mr Robin Corbett: ...around the present law by selling live birds and then killing and dressing them as a service. That loophole must be closed. I want to ask the Minister about the exemptions in the proposed new section 1(2A) to the 1967 Act. Are they meant to cover mass destruction on the farm following outbreaks of diseases such as foul pest? Would destruction because of Newcastle disease also be...

Employment Relations Bill (8 Jul 2004)

Lord McCarthy: My Lords, I shall speak also to Amendments Nos. 18, 22, 23, 24 and 25, which relate to Clause 28. A related issue, although not quite the same one, arises in Amendments Nos. 28 and 29, which refer to Schedule 1. The amendments are part of our attempt to get the Government fully to implement the decision in the Wilson and Palmer case. That judgment is supposed to be coercive on this...

Direction given on 1 April 2005 by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland under the Northern Ireland Act 1998, regarding Reduction of Financial Assistance (14 Jun 2005)

Lord Rooker: My Lords, I beg to move that the direction made under Section 51B(2) of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 made on 1 April by my right honourable friend the then Secretary of State, the right honourable Member for Torfaen, and laid before this House on 4 April, be approved. It gives me no pleasure to bring the direction before your Lordships' House tonight, but it is necessary. The direction...

Hunting with Dogs: Ban (19 Mar 2002)

Lord Whitty: ...debate. Many have shifted to what is known as the middle way. I hope that, by doing so, they have recognised public opinion and the importance of at least taking strong note in this House of the repeated view of the democratically elected Chamber. Therefore, compared with the position two or three weeks ago, we have an unexpectedly large amount of support for what is being called the...

Public Order Bill: New Clause 7 - Power of Secretary of State to bring proceedings (18 Oct 2022)

Eleanor Laing: ...a consistent national monitoring tool, accessible by all police forces, to monitor the use of or requests for specialist protest officers across England and Wales. (2) Data collected under this section may be used to evaluate capacity and demand for specialist protest officers across England and Wales. (3) The monitoring tool must be accessible on a national, regional and local basis. (4)...

London Olympics (21 Feb 2012)

Barry Gardiner: I am delighted to have spared the time to give way to the hon. Gentleman, who makes an important observation. I will come back to that in the final section of my speech. Sadly, LOCOG is a private organisation that is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000. On 18 December last year, I therefore wrote to Lord Coe, chairman of LOCOG, asking many of the above questions and many more....

Employment Relations Bill (8 Sep 2004)

Baroness Miller of Hendon: ...and however urgent the need. I also have strong personal reasons for supporting the wording as it now appears in the Bill. Perhaps my one and only historical claim to legislative fame is, or was, Section 17(4) of the 1999 Act, which specifically permitted variations from collective agreements under clear and strict conditions. Those conditions expressly prohibited variations which might...

Crime and Courts Bill [HL]: Report (4th Day) (12 Dec 2012)

Lord Dear: ...curb what I believe is an increasing misuse of the criminal law so as to curb or prevent the proper exercise of free speech. The amendment intends that the word "insulting" should be taken out of Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 and that Section 6 of that Act should be similarly amended to take account of the earlier change. It might help your Lordships if I examine the history of...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) (21 Feb 2017)

Lord Blair of Boughton: ...in doing so I declare my interest in policing matters. I also wish to pay tribute to the noble Baroness, Lady Prashar, who chaired the relevant sub-committee that produced the report. I will not repeat what is set out in the report or what was said in the debate other than to say that reading either brings into focus the striking unanimity of view by witnesses from the police and the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Climate Change (No. 2) Bill: Further Consideration Stage (28 Feb 2022)

Edwin Poots: ...complete a rural needs impact assessment in respect of significant policies and plans produced under this Bill. Those assessments will assess the impacts on the rural community. In addition, under section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998, all Departments have a duty to: "have due regard to the need to promote equality of opportunity" and to assess equality impacts when carrying out...

Counterterrorism Review — Statement (26 Jan 2011)

Lord Rosser: My Lords, I thank the Minister for repeating the Home Secretary's Statement made in the other place earlier today. Recent events in Moscow have reminded us, if we needed reminding, of the devastating impact of terrorist attacks, and of the vital importance of the work that our police and security services undertake to protect us and the dangers they face in carrying out that work. We owe them...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Consideration Stage (20 Jan 2009)

Dolores Kelly: ...to the attitude of the First Minister, who gave the impression that all Executive members agreed all the points all the time, when we know quite clearly that that was not the case. Mr Kennedy repeated the point about the politburo aspect of the Bill. He said that not only was it deeply divisive among the parties here, but that it had the potential to be deeply divisive among Ministers. I...


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