Results 161–180 of 500 for section 28 repeat

Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Bill (28 Jun 2004)

Lord Rooker: ...each party must attend the designated registration centre to give notice of their marriage. That is unnecessary because the requirement is already set out in the marriage legislation. Specifically, Section 27 of the Marriage Act 1949 requires that each of the parties to a marriage gives notice in the prescribed form to the superintendent registrar. Section 28 of that Act requires that the...

Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill: Second Reading (24 Mar 2010)

Baroness D'Souza: My Lords, this Bill has several excellent provisions. It seems somewhat parochial to go back to House of Lords reform but that is what I am going to do. On 28 January 2009, the Secretary of State for Justice, Mr Jack Straw, in evidence to the House of Lords Constitution Committee, said that the Government had been less than enthusiastic about a Private Members' Bill. One can only assume that...

Terrorism Bill (13 Dec 2005)

Lord Cameron of Lochbroom: ...for a warrant extending detention or for the extension of the period of such a warrant. At present, new sub-paragraph (1)(b), in Clause 23(2), allows only for, "in Scotland, a procurator fiscal". Section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000 provides that: "A constable may arrest without a warrant a person whom he reasonably suspects to be a terrorist", and: "Where a person is arrested under this...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 8 - Disqualification for persistent breaches of companies legislation: GB (24 Jan 2023)

Rosie Winterton: ...of State must publish an annual report assessing whether the powers available to the Secretary of State and the registrar are sufficient to enable the registrar to achieve its objectives under section 1081A of the Companies Act 2006 (inserted by section 1 of this Act). (2) Each report must make a recommendation as to whether further legislation should be brought forward in response to the...

Animal Health Bill (4 Nov 2002)

the Countess of Mar: .... After all our discussions during the somewhat painful passage of the Bill through its stages in this House, noble Lords will, I believe, agree that the importance of biosecurity has been stressed repeatedly. The Minister mentioned it today on a number of occasions. It has taken this long for the Government to produce a loosely worded amendment—one that fails to meet the needs of the...

Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) (20 Nov 1952)

Mr Ernest Marples: Such a refusal does not prejudice the consideration by the authority of a repeated application when circumstances have changed. The associations accept the proposition that in certain circumstances it is open to authorities to grant temporary permissions for the continuation of uses which are out of accord with the development plan, and they frequently grant such temporary permissions. There...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliamentary Elections (4 Nov 1999)

Lord James Selkirk: .... I have always believed that if a mistake occurs it should be put right as soon as possible. The secretary of state wrote in his letter: "Various provisions were made by order in implementation of Section 12 in The Scottish Parliament (Elections etc) Order 1999. But no power was given to the Secretary of State under this Order to order a recount." If 2,097 votes from Edinburgh West were...

Orders of the Day — Official Information Bill (19 Jan 1979)

Mr Clement Freud: ...reform by espousing a cause to which there is insuperable opposition. My Bill, the three parts of which seek, in order of importance, to establish access to official information, to repeal section 2 of the Official Secrets Act 1911 and to bring in legislation to present security and confidentiality in place of the repealed Act, is something that I have reason to hope the Government will...

Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Bill: Report (1st Day) (Continued) (2 Nov 2009)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...Ramsbotham, said that we needed to be honest with young people; I absolutely agree with him. First, we have to create apprenticeships; we must not take our eye off that ball. I make no apology for repeating that every apprenticeship we create for a young person is a beacon of hope. The first thing we need to do is to get them on that first rung. Of course, we do not necessarily want them...

English Votes on English Laws — Statement (2 Jul 2015)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: My Lords, first, I thank the noble Baroness the Leader of the House for repeating the Statement. We very much welcome the fact that it is being repeated in our House, given that, as the noble Baroness, Lady Smith of Basildon, said, it clearly raises wider issues that go far beyond the Standing Orders of the House of Commons. The Statement was right to reflect on the long history of this...

Immigration Bill: New Clause 11 — Supplementary provision (30 Jan 2014)

Sarah Teather: ..., and a great deal of good and innovative thinking has been happening. It would be fantastic if good practice in one area of the Home Office was to extend to other areas of the Department. A 28-day limit would sharpen the mind of the Home Office and encourage it to get on and do that. Amendment 57 would ensure that people had an opportunity to challenge their detention by ensuring that it...

Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill - Committee (and remaining stages): Amendment 1 (25 Feb 2021)

Baroness Barker: .... A classic campaign identifies a minority group—preferably one about which the majority population knows little—ascribes to it characteristics and motivations which make it a threat and repeats those assertions, preferably with the backing of a neutral body or experts, over and over until they become received wisdom. It is what happened to migrant communities in the UK in the 1970s...

Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Committee (4th Day) (Continued) (4 Feb 2013)

Lord Faulkner of Worcester: ...respond to the Minister's generous offer to convene a meeting with the Canal & River Trust. I am delighted to accept, as, I am sure, the trust will be; I look forward to the meeting. I shall not repeat the arguments that I put forward regarding Clause 22 but seek simply to state that what the Government propose in Clause 23 goes further than what the two chairmen-the Chairman of Ways and...

Care Bill [Lords]: New Clause 8 — CQC thematic review of local authority commissioning practices (10 Mar 2014)

Norman Lamb: ...to the House the excellent review of the duty of candour by Professor Norman Williams and Sir David Dalton, which was published last week. We will consider the recommendations of the review—I repeat that I thought it was excellent—as we develop regulations to implement the duty of candour as a requirement for registration with the CQC. We are also enhancing the professional duty of...

Counterterrorism and Security — Statement (13 Jul 2010)

Baroness Neville-Jones: My Lords, with the leave of the House I will repeat a Statement made by my right honourable friend the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the review of counterterrorism and security powers. "With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a Statement on the review of counterterrorism and security powers. As I have said to the House before, the first duty of Government is to...

Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Education relating to relationships and sex (7 Mar 2017)

Stella Creasy: ...that we include it in the modern training that we give our children. Not least, I want to raise the concerns of teachers from Walthamstow, who said to me that they still live under the spectre of section 28 and the idea that there are things that they cannot talk to children about. The Minister knows my concern that use of the word “appropriate” in his legislation may raise that worry...

Public Bill Committee: Protection of Freedoms Bill: Clause 60 (3 May 2011)

Vernon Coaker: ...they are now doing about replacing what was in the provision. There are a number of questions that arise on clause 60, and I will try again with what clause 59(5) meant, because the same point is repeated in this clause. I guess that the Minister was hoping that was not the case, but clause 60(8) returns to it, when it states: “In this section…‘driver’ has the meaning given by...

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Crime Bill (26 Feb 1953)

Mr David Maxwell Fyfe: ...them specially useful for criminal purposes. A sock full of sand or a piece of wood with a razor blade inserted into it, would fall into this group. Third, there is the article intended—and I repeat intended—by the person possessing it for use for causing injury to a person. That covers items, of themselves innocent, which in the circumstances in which they are carried give rise to a...

European Community Budget (21 Feb 1983)

Mr Tony Benn: ...the Community, let him be careful that he does not say that a country that has struggled over many centuries to achieve democracy should not now mind giving up the rights of its people. Again—I repeat the point—the House has never been sovereign. It is the electorate which is sovereign, whose interests and opinions we seek to represent, and it was not and is not for us to yield its...

Sexual Offences Bill [HL] (10 Apr 2003)

Baroness Blatch: ...to the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill to extend the scope of the existing law covering abuse within the family. Although the word "incest" will not be used in the new offence in Clauses 28 to 32, I am very pleased that the scope of the protection to cover abuse within the family has been significantly widened in the way that I proposed some three years ago. For example, step-parents are...


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