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Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Youth Justice and Criminal Justice Act 1999 (21 May 2013)

Ann Coffey: I thank the Minister for his response. One victim of child sexual exploitation was aggressively cross-examined by seven barristers for three weeks in the Telford trial. Another was repeatedly called a liar until she broke down. Justice is not served by bullying vulnerable witnesses already scarred by their experiences. When does the Minister expect to be able to report further on the...

Public Bill Committee: Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [Lords]: Clause 38 - Extent (6 Jul 2004)

Paul Goggins: ...of this debate, I emphasise that there cannot be double payment or counting. There can be only the one figure, and I emphasise very strongly that it cannot be paid twice. That is very important. I repeat that if any changes were made or proposed to the scheme, they would be brought forward in the normal way. We are certainly not introducing anything to change the scheme this morning. It...

Orders of the Day — Prohibition on Promotion of Homosexuality: Bullying (5 Jul 2000)

Don Foster: ...to that video and to some of the remarks within it, which I genuinely believe were not helpful to the case that I and other right hon. and hon. Members seek to make. The key point is that section 28 causes confusion in the minds of teachers as to how they are to respond to issues of homosexuality and, in particular, to the issue of homophobic bullying. Indeed, it has put confusion in the...

Government of Wales Bill (27 Jun 2006)

Lord Rowlands: ...by my noble friend Lord Temple-Morris. My noble friend has reminded us that his speech raised considerable concerns in many of our minds about what had happened. Initially, when we found out that Section 28 had not been repeated in this Bill, there was perhaps a natural, cynical suspicion that there was something behind this exclusion. However, I then saw the list of other sections that...

Mental Health Bill [HL] (15 Jan 2007)

Baroness Meacher: I shall be brief. I do not want to repeat what other noble Lords have said, but I want to register my support for this amendment. Under the current provisions of the 1983 Act, most patients who come under the compulsory regime defined in the legislation are admitted under a Section 2 28-day assessment order. As my noble friend Lady Murphy, mentioned, an increasing number of patients are...

Local Government Bill (10 Jul 2003)

Lord Alli: ...Nobody here believes that it is anything but that. Perhaps I may inform the House why those people support the repeal. It is because they understand that sex education in schools is not governed by Section 28. No matter how many times the other side repeat it, it does not make it true. They know that maintained schools must have a written policy on school sex education. Because of Section...

Arrangement of Business — Announcement (8 Jul 2010)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: My Lords, my noble friend Lady Neville-Jones will repeat a Statement on Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 immediately after the debate in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Chidgey. I have already announced that the House will rise for the Summer Recess at the close of business on Wednesday 28 July. I am now able to let the House know that we will return from the Summer Recess on Tuesday 5...

AS AN AMENDMENT TO COMMONS AMENDMENT No. 180 (18 Jul 2000)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, not very long ago I argued against the repeal of Section 28, and that view was upheld by your Lordships' House. Subsequently, the Secretary of State acknowledged the decision of this House and introduced an amendment to the Learning and Skills Bill. I appreciated that in introducing that amendment the Secretary of State had genuinely addressed the concerns that I had expressed....

Points of Order (11 Apr 2000)

Miss Betty Boothroyd: ...(Mr. Mackinlay) says, the explanatory notes do not make explicit why the Bill is not fully compatible with the European convention on human rights. I suspect that he is referring to clause 91 and section 28, which relates to it. I repeat that this is not a matter for the Chair. The hon. Gentleman is right in saying that it is a matter for argument and debate. It is for the Minister to...

Learning and Skills Bill [H.L.] (23 Mar 2000)

Lord Davies of Coity: ...of conscience I voted against the proposal to reduce the age of consent. That was widely acknowledged to be a matter of conscience and, quite correctly, there was a free vote. When we debated Section 28 recently I was critical of both the Government and the Opposition for imposing a three-line Whip because it was clear that the area of consideration was identical to the reduction in the...

Charities Bill [HL] (12 Oct 2005)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: My Lords, as the noble Lord, Lord Swinfen, said, we discussed this at Second Reading and in Committee on 28 June. The noble Lord is concerned about the issue. In Committee he said: "There is a significant gap in the regulation of charities which has historically been concerned only with the material assets of a charity". He also said: "As charities exist for their beneficiaries, it is rather...

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 20 (21 Jan 2020)

Lord Hope of Craighead: ...about it that would attract the attention of the judiciary. I have lived with the Sewel convention for a very long time, particularly with the amendment to the Scotland Act, now enshrined in Section 28(8). One of the points made by the Smith commission was that it wanted the Sewel convention to be given statutory effect. I am afraid that that battle was lost because, as Section 28(8) of...

European Union Referendum Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (4 Nov 2015)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: My Lords, I shall speak also to my Amendments 36, 43 and 46. This group of amendments deals with the restrictions on the Government and publicly funded persons and bodies under Section 125 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 and Clause 6 of the Bill. My amendments ensure that, for the purposes of the referendum, the definition of public funds in PPERA encompasses...

Representation of the People (Northern Ireland) (25 Jul 1962)

Mr Jack Diamond: ...asked a question, perhaps I might answer it. I attach considerably mere weight than he does to the authoritative statements in the Stormont Parliament. In that Parliament the allegation is made and repeated that individuals have more than one vote. There are many examples in the Act, if I may be allowed to read the Act to which the Regulations refer. I can read the list of the different...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: Convention on Future Government of Northern Ireland (15 Jul 1974)

Mr James Molyneaux: I repeat what I said last week, that I have always respected the fairness of the Secretary of State. I believe that he acts in what he believes are the best interests in Northern Ireland, but, again, he has misinterpreted Section 28(2). It seems to me that the provision at the end of that subsection is simply a consequential action following the normal course of the Boundary Commission's...

Orders of the Day — Education (Scotland) Bill: Re-Enactment with Modifications of Section 3 of the Education (Scotland) Act 1962 (20 Apr 1971)

Mr. Taylor: There was an interesting debate in Committee about whether the words "make charges" should be substituted for "charge fees" in line 28 of page 2 of the Bill. The Amendment was moved by the hon. Member for Lanarkshire, North (Mr. John Smith), and I gave the following undertaking: I assure him, without making a specific promise, that I will look at the question very carefully...

Orders of the Day — ARMED FORCES BILL [Lords] (13 Jan 1971)

Sir Peter Kirk: ...itself to decide. The hon. Member for Barking (Mr. Driberg) mentioned Clause 28, dealing with the spreading of information damaging to morale. With respect, this is not a new provision. It merely repeats the present Section 27 of the Army and Air Force Acts, and the only purpose of putting it in here is so that we can write it into the Naval Discipline Act. This is part of the process of...

Scotland Bill: Committee (1st Day) (8 Dec 2015)

Lord Keen of Elie: My Lords, I compliment the noble Lord, Lord Forsyth, on his optimism. The position is clear: we have repeatedly stated, across this House, that the United Kingdom Parliament is a sovereign Parliament. The noble Lord decided to seek a declaratory statement of that. I submit that this is wholly unnecessary: it is beyond doubt that this Parliament is supreme and sovereign. This is restated by...

Government of Wales Bill (27 Jun 2006)

Lord Henley: ...they would then have to use d'Hondt. The noble Lord obviously is not reading the clause that I am looking at. Clause 29(1) states: "The provision included in the standing orders in compliance with section 28 . . . must meet the requirements of this section". Subsection (2) states: "The provision must secure", and I could go on. However, the noble Lord, Lord Elystan-Morgan, put it in much...

Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill: Committee (1st Day) (17 Jun 2013)

Lord Alli: ...or subject to the Equality Act. Robust provisions in the Bill and that Act already give such protections. Indeed, the Minister made this clear at Second Reading and, if she does not mind, I shall repeat her words. She said: “It is lawful to express a belief that marriage should be between a man and a woman, and it is lawful to do that whether at work or outside work. That is a belief...


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