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Public Bill Committee: Mental Health Bill [Lords]: Clause 43 (15 May 2007)

Tim Loughton: ...and ill. That will not help the child, therapeutically, for those initial hours or days in which they find themselves—inappropriately—in a police cell. Police officers have a duty under section 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983 to take “a person who appears...to be suffering from mental disorder and to be in immediate need of care or control” from a public place “to a place of...

Scottish Parliament: Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (18 Sep 2002)

Jim Wallace: As the member knows, other provisions in the bill respond to those obligations. For example, section 43(1) sets out the criteria to which the court must have regard when it determines whether an act done to a child is "a justifiable assault". I was about to point out that hitting a child with an implement, shaking a child and directing a blow to a child's head are dealt with by the bill. We...

Anti-social Behaviour Bill (23 Oct 2003)

Baroness Hamwee: ...than to just the ones which have been spoken to so far. I speak to Amendments Nos. 12, 14, 19, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33 and 34. The general point is the same. Amendment No. 12 is to apply to the new Section 153A conduct which is capable of causing nuisance or serious or repeated annoyance. The words "serious or repeated" are the subject of the amendment. Following the entirely correct point...

Brexit: Legislating for the Withdrawal Agreement - Statement (24 Jul 2018)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: I thank the Minister for repeating the Statement. Perhaps I may use this opportunity to clarify one exchange that I had with his colleague, the noble Baroness, Lady Goldie, on 20 July. We had anticipated this White Paper last week. As I am sure the Minister will recall, he said on 12 July at col. 996 that the White Paper would be published “next week”, which of course would have been...

Local Government Bill [H.L.] (6 Dec 1999)

Lord Brabazon of Tara: ...another. Offering the power to promote such objectives is a popular idea, yet under Clause 3(2) a local authority is not allowed to raise any money for that purpose. At the same time, the next subsection states: "The Secretary of State may by order make provision preventing local authorities from doing, by virtue of section 2(1) anything which is specified, or is of a description...

National Lottery Etc. Bill: Control of Distributing Bodies by the Secretary of State (20 Oct 1993)

Mr Peter Brooke: ...the Member for Burton will be interested to know that that is the reason why we introduced those aspects of the new clause in the other place. The hon. Member for Stalybridge and Hyde spoke about sections 9 and 10. He could also have mentioned section 11 in the same context. I have covered the arguments that relate to those, and I would not assist the House by repeating them. I appreciate...

Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [HL]: Report (15 Dec 2015)

Lord Eatwell: ...court to behave in particular way and why my amendment is there—because the court has not always responded to the requests of the Treasury Select Committee. It has not, for example, responded to repeated requests to publish a detailed review of its own actions during the financial crisis. My amendment, small in terms of changing circumstances though it might be, would have assisted the...

Orders of the Day — Highland Communities NHS Trust (17 Oct 1995)

Charles Kennedy: ...That cannot have helped early anticipation of and dealing with potential problems. In my discussions with senior representatives from each side, I have heard criticisms of the other. Accordingly, I repeat my call tonight for an independent assessment of the way contracts are drawn up between the purchaser, the health board, and the provider—the health trust. Secondly, there appears to...

Equality Act (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2007 (21 Mar 2007)

Baroness Gould of Potternewton: ...because of their sexual orientation, whether it be in staying in a hotel, treatment or delivering a health service or in the provision of education. My noble friend Lady Massey referred to Section 28 and the discussions we had about that. Ultimately, this House agreed that Section 28 should be no more. Is it right that there should be unfair treatment in the rental or sale of premises or...

Energy Bill — Third Reading (19 Nov 2013)

Baroness Verma: ...would undertake reporting measures once any decarbonisation target range had been set. This would supplement those reporting measures that are already included within Part 1 of the Bill. I repeat what I said on Report, which was that, “where carbon intensity is reported to have increased year on year for three consecutive years, the Government will explain the reasons why, and, where...

Scottish Parliament: Included in the Main Campaign (28 Mar 2017)

Alexander Burnett: ...education. Its 22-step journey is admirable and I support its aims full-heartedly. There have been many good points raised in the debate and, although I agree with them, I am keen not to spend time repeating them. It is simply not good enough that 80 per cent of the education workforce think that we are not getting it right for every child. I would like to look at how we can fix that...

Sexual Offences Bill [Lords]: Clause 4 — Sexual Assault (3 Nov 2003)

Lynne Jones: ...harmless sexual activity and" the Government "do not expect this Bill to make any difference". He added that the Government would introduce guidance to ensure that that was the case. Of course, he repeated those assurances in Committee. Although the Government state that their aim is not to criminalise young people, that is exactly what the Bill will do. The reason why nothing serious...

Postal Services Bill [HL]: Report (1st Day) (Continued) (11 May 2009)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, the Government's first priority is to secure the provision of a strong universal postal service. Clause 28 gives the Bill one of its essential features: the primary duty of Ofcom to secure the provision of the universal service. Amendment 59 tabled by the noble Lord, Lord Browne of Belmont, seeks to ensure that the National Consumer Council is explicitly named in the Bill as having...

Bill Presented: New Clause 36 — Reports and advice to the Lord Chancellor from the Chief Coroner (23 Mar 2009)

Michael Martin: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: new clause 1— Inquests into the death of a child (restrictions on publication in newspapers)— '(1) Section 39 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (power to prohibit publication of certain matters in newspapers) is amended as follows. (2) After subsection (1) insert— "(1A) If the proceedings are an inquest and relate to the...

M4 Upgrading: South Wales — [Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] (14 Nov 2018)

Stephen Crabb: ...within 12 months of forming a government.” Welsh Labour’s manifesto at that election stated: “We will deliver a relief road for the M4”, and its general election manifesto just last year repeated that promise to deliver a “new relief road for the M4”. Politicians from both major parties and at both ends of the M4 have campaigned for and made promises about the upgrade project....

Orders of the Day — Employment Bill: Dismissal Relating to Trade Union Membership (23 Apr 1980)

Mr John Evans: ...often difficult and sometimes emotional circumstances. Anything that will make their task more difficult should be avoided, and clause 6 will make their job virtually impossible. In Committee, we repeatedly pointed out to the Government some of the dangers involved in trying to define a " deeply-held personal conviction " and how long it had been held by an individual. One of my hon....

End-to-end Rape Review - Statement (22 Jun 2021)

Lord Wolfson of Tredegar: My Lords, I turn first to the points raised by the noble and learned Lord, Lord Falconer of Thoroton. First, I should repeat the apology that the Lord Chancellor gave in the other place yesterday, setting out by reference the reasons why he gave it, given the time. As the noble and learned Lord, Lord Falconer of Thoroton, said, it is not right to criticise the Government’s response to the...

Policing and Crime Bill: National Assembly for Wales: devolution of responsibility for policing (13 Jun 2016)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...powers to prosecute individuals who may have been involved in the commission of digital crime in order to consolidate such powers in a single statute. (2) In the conduct of the review under subsection (1), the Secretary of State must have regard to the statutes and measures that he deems appropriate, including but not limited to— (a) Malicious Communications Act 1988, section 1, (b)...

Clause 9: Industrial Development Advisory Board (31 Jul 1972)

Mr John Biffen: I beg to move Amendment No. 26, in page 10, line 17, leave out 'section 8' and insert 'sections 7 and 8'. I understand that with this we are also discussing Amendment No. 28, in page 10, line 26, leave out 'section 8' and insert 'sections 7 and 8'. 3.0 a.m. Those of my hon. Friends who are making a re-acquaintance with this Bill for the first time since Second Reading may not realise that...

Violent Crime Reduction Bill (26 Apr 2006)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: ...of Clause 13 requires will be a lengthy process. The local authority must first of all publish the notice which sets out its proposal to designate a zone and invite representations. A period of 28 days will then elapse. At the end of that period, the local authority and the local chief officer of police must produce the action plan, publish it, and send it to licensed premises that are...


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