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Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation: National Health Service (Charges) (25 Mar 1985)

Kenneth Clarke: ...identifies the dilemma which faces the Opposition. We are raising a perfectly worthwhile sum, which will be spent by those who provide the services of the NHS, but only from a comparatively small section of the population who can afford to make the payments. That is why the Opposition's obsession with how we are persecuting the poor and driving down the level of treatment is consistently...

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill [HL] (28 Jan 2008)

Earl Howe: ...the child is registered as the child of the commissioning parents. In English law, contracts of this kind have no force or effect, nor do any orders or registrations that are made pursuant to them. Section 27 of the 1990 Act provides that, if a child is being carried by a woman who has been artificially inseminated or has had introduced into her eggs and sperm or an embryo, that woman is...

Scottish Parliament: Named Persons (2 Dec 2015)

Nigel Don: I want to take members back to the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014, as passed. Section 19(5) of the 2014 act sets out the functions of the named person. I will pick them out from several different lines in subsection (5). They include: “advising, informing or supporting the child or young person, or a parent ... helping the child ... to access a service or support ......

Self-identification of Gender — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (21 Nov 2018)

Hannah Bardell: ...consultation received a huge number of responses, more than 60% of which were in favour of the proposals. On number of occasions, the hon. Gentleman spoke in over-simplified terms. I must repeat what I said in my intervention: that is not helpful because deepening and expanding the debate about those concerns is vital. The hon. Member for Oxford West and Abingdon (Layla Moran) made an...

Offender Management Bill (27 Jun 2007)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: My Lords, the amendment of the noble Lord, Lord Ramsbotham, would change the drafting of subsection (4). That subsection was inserted into the Bill in another place at the request of my right honourable and honourable friends, and it repeats the drafting of a section in the first NOMS Bill, if we can call it that, which was published in January 2005. I do not intend to return to the detail of...

Orders of the Day — Building Societies (Reorganisation and Nationalisation) Bill (4 Mar 1977)

Mr William Clark: No, I shall not give way. I shall give way later, but it will be much later. The hon. Gentleman did not repeat how building societies help people to save. There are 18 million investment accounts in building societies throughout the country. That is not a bad record. I wonder what those investors would do if they thought that the dead hand of Socialism was going to get its fingers on their...

Immigration Bill: Committee (4th Day) (3 Feb 2016)

Lord Bates: ...language. One does not minimise in any way that they are a vulnerable group. Secondly, when the Immigration and Asylum Act was passed by the previous Labour Government in 1999, the provision under Section 95(5) for people in need was a recognition of our international obligations to provide a basic standard of care for people who had applied for asylum in our country and for our protection...

Public Bill Committee: Armed Forces: Schedule 1 - Amendments to Pensions Appeal Tribunals Act 1943 (24 Feb 2004)

Julian Brazier: ...— ''(fff) in cases concerning the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme funding for services for representation of a claimant shall be provided by the Community Legal Service under the provisions of section (6) of the Access to Justice Act 1999 (c.22).'' (b) after Regulation 28(1) insert— ''(1A) in cases concerning the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme a Commissioner may make a...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Clause 46 (31 Mar 2011)

John Hayes: ..., we are making technical changes to bring the Bill into line with legislation inspired by the previous Government. I remind the Committee that the wording of the clause is consistent with section 28 of the Education Act 2002, which enables schools to provide community facilities or extended services. Under that section, governing bodies can provide community services only “if and to the...

Prevention of Terrorism (4 Mar 1991)

Mr Roy Hattersley: ...that we are now debating a most damaging erosion of our liberties. There are practical objections—involving the politics of Northern Ireland—to the practical erosion of those liberties. I repeat without hesitation that it prejudices people in Great Britain, people abroad and people in Ireland—the men and women who should be wholly on our side—against us and against the steps that...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 31. — (Aggregation.) (8 Jul 1954)

Mr William Spens: ...once again in the hope that the Financial Secretary, who promised to consider the matter before the Report stage, will agree that these words would be better out than in. I have looked at the Sections to which he referred in his speech in Committee, namely, Section 24 of the 1936 Finance Act and Section 28 of the 1949 Finance Act. Where those words are used in those Acts, they deal with...

Coroners and Justice Bill: Report (4th Day) (29 Oct 2009)

the Earl of Erroll: ...to 119L Moved by Lord Bach 119: Schedule 20, page 208, line 37, at end insert— "Part 3AAbolition of common law libel offences etcCriminal Libel Act 1819 (60 Geo. 3 & 1 Geo. 4 c. 8) 62A (1) In section 1 of the Criminal Libel Act 1819 (power of court to make order for seizure of copies of libel)— (a) after "In every case" insert "in Northern Ireland"; (b) omit from ", or any seditious...

Devolution of Welfare — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (9 Apr 2019)

John Lamont: ...enthusiastic about accepting these powers. The Scotland Act devolves the ability to top up reserved benefits, provide short-term payments and create new non-reserved benefits. UK Ministers have repeatedly made their view clear that these powers allow the Scottish Government to compensate women affected by the equalisation of the state pension age. The Scottish Government do not often...

Pesticides (16 Jul 1986)

Mrs Peggy Fenner: ...— there will be no hesitation about introducing a statutory requirement. As I said, the consent on use will also be subject to the conditions set out in schedule 4 on aerial application. These repeat, in the main. the existing requirements already imposed on aerial operators by the Air Navigation Order 1985. They will all come into operation on 6 October this year. Briefly, no one can...

Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill — Committee (4th Day) (18 Dec 2013)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: ...that there is a scientific means of arriving at a figure, any more than I suspect the Labour Government used a scientific method to reach their figures for spending limits and thresholds in 2000. I repeat that the balance we seek is one that will secure greater transparency but not lead to unnecessary regulation, particularly taking into account the concerns that have been expressed by a...

Scottish Parliament: Ethical Standards in Public Life etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (27 Apr 2000)

Gil Paterson: ...are determined that we should have the highest standards in public life. I congratulate the Executive on most of its work on the bill. I exclude from my congratulations the Executive's handling of section 2A. I would fail in my duty as a committee member and as a member of the Opposition if I did not point out that, as a consequence of the Executive's actions, the section 2A debate has...

Transport Commission Employees (Compensation) (27 Jul 1953)

Mr Alan Lennox-Boyd: ...) was couched in vigorous language and inspired by the knowledge, of which he is undoubtedly an expert, of the background of these Regulations. It is quite true that I did not consider—and I repeat that I was right not to consider—that it was part of my proper province to consult the Road Haulage Association on the precise terms of the compensation to be paid by the British Transport...

Orders of the Day — Home Affairs (28 Oct 1996)

Mr Gerry Bermingham: ...and the need for this or that new power, but no one has ever gone back to the roots of what causes crime. Where is crime caused? Who commits it? We know that certain juvenile criminals are repeatedly arrested and released. They get out on bail and are perhaps put into the care of their family or local authority. Then they commit one offence after another, increasing the crime statistics....

Scotland: European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Statement (14 Jun 2018)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: I thank the Minister for repeating the Statement. I am not sure whether to thank him for the name check, which was a fairly broad interpretation of a somewhat more complex legal point. However, clearly, the Statement was made in the other place in response to the failure to have an adequate debate on the Lords amendments and following on, too, from the stunt of the SNP walking out yesterday....

Trade Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 27 (13 Mar 2019)

Lord Hope of Craighead: My Lords, I add my support to Amendment 28. I hope not to repeat too many of the points already made. The Minister may have seen the letter from Mike Russell, dated 11 March 2019, to which the noble Lord, Lord Purvis, referred. He draws attention to the fact that the Scottish Parliament is not prepared to give its consent to the Trade Bill as presently drafted, which is a matter of some...


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