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Domestic Abuse Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 146 (8 Feb 2021)

Lord Paddick: ...misogynistic crimes that, in the opinion of the police, have also involved domestic abuse. As my noble friend Lady Burt said, the amendment defines “sex” as having the same meaning as in Section 11 of the Equality Act 2010. The noble Lord, Lord Russell of Liverpool, referred to a tragic case of repeat domestic abuse that resulted in murder. The failure to identify repeat domestic abuse...

Access to the Countryside (Exclusions and Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2003 (17 Nov 2003)

Earl Peel: ...me with confidence. My noble friend Lady Carnegy raised a very interesting point. It was right at the nub of the whole difficulty of the interpretation of who can apply for a closure order under Section 22. I think that the technical answer to her question is that if it was tenanted land, the tenant was an owner under the Act and the tenant did not wish for the shooting syndicate to have...

Major Capital Contracts (Skills Training Requirements): Schedule 7 — Parliamentary and other pensions (2 Mar 2010)

...a reasonable period of any vacancy arising, (b) include provision, where a vacancy is not filled because insufficient nominations are received, for the nomination and selection process to be repeated at reasonable intervals until the vacancy is filled, and (c) include provision that, where the IPSA or the Minister for the Civil Service so requires, a person who is not a member of a scheme...

Orders of the Day — Contributory Pensions Bill.: Clause 21. — (Disqualifications.) (14 Jul 1925)

Mr Thomas Williams: ...of submitting her case to an impartial tribunal. One need not go over the arguments already submitted, and the results of the present procedure are so well known that it is unnecessary to repeat them, but surely the Parliamentary Secretary or the Attorney-General ought to guarantee to the Committee that when cases of this kind occur some better provision will be made for the widow to...

Orders of the Day — Immigration Bill (16 Nov 1987)

Mr Max Madden: ...least because it requires the police to pursue overstayers, which will lead inevitably to complaints of harassment and may provide further sparks for community conflict. We have heard much about section 1(5) of the Immigration Act 1971. Successive Home Secretaries, of both Governments, have, rightly, endorsed the clear commitment that was made in section 1(5). We have not been told about...

Scottish Parliament: Holyrood Project (5 Apr 2000)

Annabel Goldie: ...what. In the perception of the public, this project has become a farce. Something insidious is happening: the public is making a judgment on the Parliament itself. It affords me little comfort to repeat some of the comments that I have heard recently from members of the public: "what a shower", or "they are out of control" or "who do they think they are?" The public are looking at an...

Immigration (Employment of Adults Subject to Immigration Control) (Maximum Penalty) Order 2007 (13 Dec 2007)

Lord West of Spithead: ...agencies and a new system of civil penalties for employers. The provisions in the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 replace the existing offence of employing illegal migrant workers in Section 8 of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 with a new system of civil penalties where there are less than diligent personnel practices and a tough new criminal offence for employers who...

Report Pursuant to Sections 3(1), 3(6), 3(7), 3(8), 3(9) and 3(10) the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019 - Motion to Take Note (9 Sep 2019)

Baroness O'Loan: ...disappear. Six weeks tomorrow, there will be no regulation of abortion in Northern Ireland up to the point of viability. The presumption, which is rebuttable in law, is that viability occurs at 28 weeks. We will be back to the position we were in in the mid-19th century before the Offences against the Person Act 1861. I do not know how the Government got themselves into this position....

Orders of the Day: New Clause 2 — Immigration service: welfare of children (9 May 2007)

Damian Green: ...my hon. Friend the Member for Totnes (Mr. Steen) on amendment No. 36, which I recognise from proceedings in Committee and which seems extremely sensible. New clause 2 would extend the duty under section 11 of the Children Act 2004 to make arrangements to safeguard and promote children's welfare to those providing services to refugee children and families, specifically immigration removal...

Scottish Parliament: Fire (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (18 Nov 2004)

Hugh Henry: ...industrial action being made unlawful. I am happy to put it on the record that the Executive has no intention of making industrial action unlawful by introducing the bill. That interpretation of section 67 is incorrect. Nothing that we are doing will provide any opportunity for powers to be used in the suggested way. That is not our intention and would not have our support. What has been...

Immigration Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (15 Mar 2016)

Lord Bates: ..., which we discussed at our meeting on 25 February. I also thank the British Red Cross for its excellent work in this area and for its advice ahead of this debate. We allow a grace period of 28 days before Home Office asylum support ends in these cases. This is to provide time for the person to make other arrangements and move on from Home Office support. Many refugees have much to...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

...-terrorism legislation, we are concerned, as the Metropolitan Police Authority has shown, about—I cannot remember whether it was Liberty who mentioned it earlier—the use of something like section 44 stop and search under terrorist legislation. Funnily enough, I think that on the day of the Bill’s Second Reading, I had a whole range of interested parties in to start the process of a...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (21 Mar 1967)

Mr Patrick Jenkin: ...S.H.R.A., a statutory body, a creature of the Treasury. Its members were appointed by the Treasury. The right hon. Gentleman is shaking his head. Does he doubt this? Let me read to him the relevant Sections of the 1953 Act. The members were appointed by the Treasury, under Section 18. I.S.H.R.A. was answerable to the Treasury. It had to report to the Treasury. My hon. Friend the Member...

Clause 9: Period of Entitlement (19 Apr 1985)

Mr Tony Newton: ...wording. It does not affect the aim of the provision as drafted. However, we think that the amendment tabled by the hon. Member for Derby, South (Mrs. Beckett) would, taken with the provisions of section 15A(2), have the effect of disadvantaging certain young people and other recent entrants to the national insurance scheme by preventing them from qualifying for invalidity benefit. I am...

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting — Motion to Take Note (17 Dec 2015)

Baroness Barker: ...Designate, she has talked of the need to begin a respectful and constructive dialogue around LGBT rights, because I wish to follow many others in this debate on that subject. I do not want to repeat what they said, but 40 of 53 Commonwealth countries criminalise consensual gay relations. In some countries, the situation is getting worse. Using the blueprint of Section 28, Nigeria...

Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 12 (26 Jan 2021)

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames: ...serious terrorism offences sentences and those serving extended determinate sentences for an offence carrying a possible sentence of life imprisonment would be excluded from the operation of subsections (3) to (5) of Section 247A of the Criminal Justice Act 2003. Those subsections presently govern the involvement of the Parole Board in the release of offenders at the two-thirds point of...

Scottish Parliament: Offences (Aggravation by Prejudice) (Scotland) Bill (3 Jun 2009)

David Whitton: ...track record of combating discrimination on the grounds of disability and sexual orientation. Although I was not an MSP at the time, I was special adviser to Donald Dewar when Scotland repealed section 28 and section 2A. Indeed, I still carry the scars from handling a lot of the press coverage at the time, much of which amounted to red-top tabloid frenzy. It is to the credit of the first...

Scotland Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (Continued) (2 Feb 2012)

Lord McCluskey: ...Amendment 72C and, linked with it, Amendment 72H. After "only", Amendment 72C would insert, "after the final determination of the proceedings, except with the permission of the High Court under subsection (5C)". That subsection relates to proposed new Section 288AB and references before the finality of the proceedings. In the normal case, the judgment that is required to be made under...

Postal Services Bill [HL]: Committee (3rd Day) (20 Apr 2009)

Lord Carter of Barnes: ...post bus service is an operational question for Royal Mail's management, but I am sure that this evening's debate will raise those issues. On the security of the universal postal service, Clause 28 gives the Bill one of its essential features: Ofcom's primary duty in this rebalancing is to secure the provision of the universal postal service. Amendment 80, tabled by my noble friend Lord...

Railways Bill (4 Apr 2005)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ...it will do so publicly and transparently. Similarly, the Secretary of State confirmed this commitment to transparency in the access charges review process in his letter to the chairman of 28 February in respect of access charges reviews and freight. If in the extreme situation that the Office of Rail Regulation is not provided at the third attempt with a specification which is...


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