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Public Bill Committee: Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Bill: Clause 5 - Local targets for microgeneration (28 Feb 2006)

Joe Benton: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: New clause 26—Microgeneration: local authorities— ‘In the Sustainable Energy Act 2003 (c. 30), after section 4 insert— “4AMicrogeneration: local authorities (1)The Secretary of State shall, after consulting the Local Government Association, and not later than six months after the passing of this Act, publish a report on ways...

Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill: Suggested Amendments (27 Jan 1976)

Mr Barney Hayhoe: ...to common law rights and natural justice. His contribution buttresses the views expressed in another place by Lord Salmon who, in an extremely powerful speech, said: It is impossible to consider Section 5 in isolation. If Section 6 goes"— Section 6 will be the subject of the next motion that we shall be considering— the rules of a Communist dominated trade union—if ever such a union...

Government of Wales Bill (28 Jun 2006)

Lord Kingsland: ...I shall also speak to Amendments Nos. 36C, 60D and 72A. Amendment No. 36C refers to Clause 92(4), which states: "Every Assembly Measure is to be judicially noticed". We also seek to excise that subsection. The language of Clause 92(4) is, if not in terms then in intent, repeated in Clause 101(4) and Clause 114(7). One thing established by the exchanges on the previous amendment is that...

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: Clause 16. — (Other Amendments.) (8 May 1947)

Sir Kenneth Pickthorn: ...subjects called up for service in the year nineteen hundred and forty-five or the year nineteen hundred and forty-six shall be released after a period not exceeding two-and-a-half years. This Subsection shall come into force on the passing of this Act. I hope that I need not detain the Committee for long about this. If my recollection is right, and if it is just right enough I shall be...

European Union Referendum Bill: Clause 1 — The referendum (16 Jun 2015)

Dominic Grieve: ...our shared and gentle cynicism about the amount of froth and hyperbole that is generated in this Chamber. That said, I must politely disagree with his approach to what this Bill does with regard to section 125 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000. I served on the Committee that considered the Bill that became that Act, and there was a lot of anxiety about the...

Public Bill Committee: Immigration Bill: Schedule 6 - Support for certain categories of migrant (10 Nov 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...against the decision; or acceptance, and the person is granted leave to remain in the UK. Only about 15% of cases are granted leave to remain. Most are found to be without merit and often merely repeat matters already considered and rejected by the immigration judge who dealt with the asylum appeal. Under existing arrangements, section 4(2) of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 is used to...

(Class 2.): Clause 1. — (Amendment of 22 and 23 Vict., c. 40.) (11 Jul 1927)

Mr Campbell Stephen: ...that men in this position, who may be called upon to serve in the defence of their country, should be dealt with in this mean, pettifogging way. 12.0 m. I want also to say a word with regard to Sub-section (2) of Clause 1. The hon. and gallant Gentleman has repeated that there is no reduction in the wages of these men. It is quite true that, while these men are in training for 28 days,...

Scotland Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (28 Feb 2012)

Lord Sassoon: If my noble friend would bear with me, we will get to this point and to other points he has made. If he wishes to repeat the points he has made previously, he can do so ad nauseam. However, I say to him respectfully that we have got the point loud and clear, and I will come on to it. As the noble Lord, Lord Browne, pointed out, the genesis of this power is in Calman. It is a power that has...

Crime and Courts Bill [HL] — Committee (3rd Day) (Continued) (25 Jun 2012)

Lord McNally: ...84B to 99 Moved by Lord McNally 84B: Schedule 10, page 126, line 26, at end insert "or rules" 85: Schedule 10, page 126, line 39, at end insert- "Debtors Act 1869 (c. 62) 1A (1) In proviso (1) to section 5 of the Debtors Act 1869- (a) for the words from "any court other than" to "is to say," substitute "the county court-", and (b) omit paragraph (c). (2) In that section- (a) for "superior...

Orders of the Day — CUSTOMS DUTIES (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) BILL [Lords]: Parliamentary Procedure on Orders, and Power of Revocation etc. (23 Apr 1969)

Mr Graham Page: ...which I might briefly call dumping orders, made by the Board of Trade. At the end of the Bill, in the Table showing the derivations of the provisions, we are informed that Clause 15 is derived from Section 11(1) of the Customs Duty (Dumping and Subsidies) Act, 1957, from Section 13(6) of the Import Duties Act, 1958, and from some Sections of the Customs Duties (Dumping and Subsidies)...

Enterprise Bill [HL] — Report (1st Day) (25 Nov 2015)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...Amendments 8 and 9 not moved. Clause 6: Reports on complaints Amendment 10 not moved. Amendment 11 Moved by Lord Stoneham of Droxford 11: After Clause 6, insert the following new Clause— “Repeated complaints: late payments (1) Where— (a) the Commissioner determines that a particular respondent has been the subject of repeated complaints relating to the late payment of invoices, (b)...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Eric Lubbock: ...opposite effect from that which I assume he intends. It says: the letting shall not create a regulated tenancy but shall create a tenancy which shall be a protected tenancy within the meaning of Section 28 of this Act". In Section 28 "protected tenancy" means a tenancy to which the Rent Acts apply. Not being a lawyer, I should have thought that meant that the Amendment would apply the...

Police (Northern Ireland) Bill (23 Oct 2000)

Lord Archer of Sandwell: ...to my Amendment No. 102, and, if I may say so, made out a very persuasive case for it. I can only say that I am grateful to him. I can now be very brief. Perhaps I may spend a few moments repeating the noble Lord's question. Section 15 of the Police (Northern Ireland) Act 1998 empowers the present police authority to set performance targets. The police authority has made it clear that it...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill (Programme) No. 2: New Clause 14 — Offences committed by disqualified drivers (12 May 2014)

Jeremy Wright: I agree with my hon. Friend that it is important to review all the options. He has already made a powerful case for his preferred option in dealing with repeat offences of driving while disqualified, and I know he will continue to do so. I hope the review will give him and others the opportunity to make the case they wish to make. In view of that, I hope the hon. Member for Hammersmith will...

Petition: British Prisoners of War (Wormhoudt) (28 Jun 1988)

Mr Roger Freeman: ...are subject to the provisions of the Public Records Act 1958. The Act provides for certain records over 30 years old to be retained by Departments for administrative or other reasons, under section 3(4); or to be closed for extended periods within the public record office under section 5(1), in accordance with the criteria set out in paragraphs 26 and 27 of the White Paper "Modern Public...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: New Clause 10 - Restriction on evidence or questions about complainant’s sexual history (22 Jun 2021)

Alex Cunningham: ...a live TV link, giving evidence in private, the removal of wigs and gowns and the use of video-recorded cross examination where a video-recorded interview is admitted as evidence in chief—under section 28, which we discussed earlier. The new clause deals with the special measure provided for under section 27—the use of video-recorded interviews as evidence in chief. Where the witness...

Clause 1: Liberty to Charge for Admission (18 Oct 1972)

Mr Norman Wylie: ...The hon. Gentleman must face up to the logic of Clause 1(2). He understands the position very well. Indeed, I thought that he would make a complete concession and agree that the provisions in subsection (2) were necessary, standing the principle enunciated in subsection (1), since, as he said a moment ago, once the decision is taken to make museum and gallery charges, standing the fact...

Orders of the Day — Harbours Bill: Clause 27. — (Right of Objection to Ship, Passenger and Goods Dues.) (16 Mar 1964)

Vice-Admiral John Hughes-Hallett: I can set at rest the mind of the hon. Member for Southampton, Itchen (Dr. King). The Government have no intention, unless they are out-voted, of doing away with Clause 28. My hon. Friend the Member for Brighton, Kemptown (Mr. David James) moved the Amendment in a very moderate speech and indicated, although he did not use these actual words, that it was by nature a probing Amendment. My...

European Union Referendum Bill (Programme) (No. 2): European Union Referendum Bill (7 Sep 2015)

David Lidington: ...a Government-led renegotiation, it was reasonable for Ministers to be able, with restraint, to use ordinary Government communications channels and civil service support, including during the final 28 days of the campaign. However, it was clear from the debates at earlier stages and from my conversations with hon. Members on both sides of the House that there was widespread concern about...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill [Lords] (11 Apr 2000)

Gerald Howarth: ...qualification, but none as extensive as those of the hon. Member for Blaenau Gwent (Mr. Smith). I shall study his detailed recommendations. I shall concentrate on clause 91, the proposed repeal of section 28 and the whole business of homosexuality and teaching in schools, principally because it is a matter of grave concern to people throughout the country. The Government are obsessed with...


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