Results 41–60 of 300 for section 28 repeat

Public Bill Committee: Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill: Clause 1 - Duties of registered higher education providers (15 Sep 2021)

John Martin McDonnell: I want to repeat my declaration of interest as an honorary fellow of Birkbeck, University of London, which is the same as the hon. Member for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner. I failed to declare that my wife is an educational psychologist and is now a part-time tutor at the Institute of Education at University College London. I just want to make sure that our register of interests is full. I...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Knives: Crime (15 Dec 2015)

Andrew Selous: Section 28 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 provides for a minimum custodial sentence for a second (or further) conviction for possession of a knife or offensive weapon. This provision was commenced by the Government on 17 July 2015 and applies to those offenders who committed a second offence after this date. The latest quarterly sentencing bulletin for knife possession offences...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East: Armed Conflict (13 Mar 2008)

Meg Munn: ...find a way to restore calm, for the sake of the populations on both sides. My right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary spoke to the Israeli Defence Minister, Ehud Barak, conveying his concerns on 28 February. During the 2006 conflict we also repeatedly called on Israel to ensure its response was proportionate and avoided civilian casualties. Since the 2006 conflict between Israel and...

Local Government Bill (10 Sep 2003)

Lord Rooker: ...day. That is not a criticism, but just in the sense that we are at Third Reading. The arguments on this amendment seem to have changed since Committee stage. Amendment No. 19 concerns the repeal of Section 28 as we know it. It seeks to place a broad duty on local authorities to prevent them from, with the exception of supporting the principle of marriage, promoting any particular sexuality...

City of London (Various Powers) Bill [Lords] (26 Feb 2013)

Philip Davies: ...point very well during his speech and I do not want to reiterate his point, but he is absolutely right. Remaining on the subject of the return of seized items, I have some minor worries about this section. Proposed new section 16B(8)(a) states: “if no proceedings have been instituted before the expiry of 28 days beginning with the date of seizure”. As my hon. Friend the Member for...

Scottish Parliament: Community Justice (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (11 Feb 2016)

Margaret McDougall: I will give some background to amendment 29. In section 1, the reference to “victims of offences and their families” is not the same as a reference to third sector organisations that support victims and their families. It cannot be assumed that a single reference to victims will create enough of an imperative to ensure that third sector organisations that work to support victims—to...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (3 May 2016)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: As the full excerpt below shows, the statement referred to by the Noble Lord relates to conduct and activity during the final 28 days of the referendum period, which are covered by the provisions of section 125 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000. The Government will comply fully with these provisions. “Instead, new clause 10 provides a power to make regulations to...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (21 Jul 2014)

Baroness Thornton: .... I appreciate that the Minister thinks it does but I have to say that some of us think that one or two things in this clause need some attention. I am not going to delay the House any further by repeating what they are. The Minister said that the Government thought they had the balance right all the way through. I think there are one or two things to do with context that suggest the...

Scottish Parliament: LGBT History Month Scotland 2017 (21 Feb 2017)

Patrick Harvie: ...in power, which has continued since that time and is getting worse all the time. Around that time, we saw some of the same things happening in this country. My own coming-out story began just after section 28 had been introduced by the Thatcher Government, when repeal seemed a long way away. There were marches and demonstrations to complain about, object to and expose the deliberate way in...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 37. — (Cancellation of Tax Advantages from Certain Transactions in Securities.) (22 Jun 1966)

Mr Patrick Jenkin: I beg to move Amendment No. 304, in page 41, line 45, at the end to insert: (3) Paragraph (2)(d) of the said section 28 shall not apply to the receipt of any such consideration as is therein referred to after 6th April 1966. We now come back to one of the more incomprehensible Clauses. For my sins I find myself put up to talk about it. The Clause is designed to amend Section 28 of the 1960...

Written Answers — Health: Prosecutions (Non-entitlement to Treatment) (4 Mar 2005)

Rosie Winterton: ...service charges for themselves or someone else. The penalty is five times the amount owed, up to a maximum of £100, plus the original unpaid NHS charge. If the penalty charge is not settled within 28 days from the date of posting, a surcharge will be applied. The surcharge is calculated as 50 per cent, of the penalty charge. Since the penalty charge was introduced, 164,133 penalty notices...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 28 - Procedure for direct conferral of general functions on mayor (5 Jul 2022)

Alex Norris: I beg to move amendment 36, in clause 28, page 23, line 40, at end insert— “(2A) Where the Secretary of State makes regulations to which this section applies they must notify all other mayoral and non-mayoral CCAs of this.” This amendment would require the Secretary of State to notify all CCAs if they make regulations directly conferring general functions on a Mayor. This is a return to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Clause 8 — Welsh rate of income tax (30 Apr 2014)

Christopher Chope: ...is proposed to implement the recommendations of the Silk Commission that the Welsh Government have the power to set different rates of tax for different income bands. Government amendments 22 to 28. Amendment 16, page 12, line 34, after ‘Assembly’, insert ‘and each House of Parliament’. Amendment 6, page 12, line 37, at end add— ‘(2) The Secretary of State shall review...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Sale by Individual of Income Derived from His Personal, Activities (17 Jul 1969)

Mr Jack Diamond: ...not take the point that has been taken by those who are not perhaps as fully familiar with the law as is the hon. and learned Gentleman? This is a well-tried form of words. It appeared first in Section 32 of the Finance Act, 1951, then in Section 412 of the Income Tax Act, 1952, and in Section 28 of the Finance Act, 1960. It is a form of words used to protect a taxpayer whose transactions...

Terrorism Bill (1 Feb 2006)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: ...grounds for suspecting that when he stopped and searched someone, he would find a weapon or stolen articles or tools for the purpose of committing offences. That is the basic law, to which Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 is a very considerable exception. When the noble Baroness, Lady Scotland, replied to a similar amendment moved by the noble Baroness, Lady Kennedy of The Shaws, she...

Serious Crime Bill [HL] — Commons Amendments (2 Mar 2015)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...assist noble Lords if I provide the House with some background. The Government have been consistently clear that abortion on the grounds of gender alone is already illegal. The Department of Health repeated that in guidance issued in May 2014, and it is important to stress that all independent sector providers have agreed to comply with, and operate on the basis of, the department’s...

Energy Bill [HL]: Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (7 Sep 2015)

Lord Whitty: .... However, the Minister has given various reassurances on that, some of which I will require some legal advice on. I am quite happy to arrange for a meeting with him or his officials. However, I repeat that I am very grateful that he has taken these amendments seriously and I hope that we can reach some accommodation on this. I beg leave to withdraw the amendment. Amendment 24 withdrawn....

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill: Restrictions on Imposing Custodial Sentences (20 Feb 1991)

Harry Cohen: I shall not repeat my speech. The Minister is right to say that the Government have moved a long way, but neither I nor a number of people who have spoken in the debate—and people outside this place—believe that he has got the balance right yet. Victimless offences should not be deemed serious sex crimes punishable by imprisonment. However, I hear what the Minister has said. He agreed to...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 42 (17 Jan 2008)

Stephen O'Brien: ...that the power to inspect is in itself a potentially powerful tool. PCTs already have powers to publish an annual health improvement and modernisation plan—HIMP. Those were originally under section 28 of the Health Act 1999 and are now under section 24 of the National Health Service Act 2006, which sets the framework for the local commissioning and contracting of services. I have already...

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (4 Feb 2015)

Baroness Hamwee: ..., I, too, am bemused about whether this is a new burden or whether the cost will be nil. I do not have the impact assessment with me, but looking back at the costs that I quoted in Committee on 28 January, I see that I referred to the impact assessment estimating that the total cost of the measures for England and Wales would be around £40 million, although within that, the cost of...


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