Results 81–100 of 9000 for amendment 45

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Climate Change (No. 2) Bill: Consideration Stage (1 Feb 2022)

Edwin Poots: ...people in the economy. It has been shown contempt by many MLAs. You should hang your heads in shame. I had better get on with my written speech, because I am still on the first page, and there are 45 of them. If we keep going at this speed, I do not know when we will get there. We have said and started a few things anyway. [Laughter.] Clause 1 sets the evidence-based target of at least an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Climate Change (No. 2) Bill: Consideration Stage (1 Feb 2022)

Christopher Stalford: Members will have a copy of the Marshalled List of amendments detailing the order for consideration. The amendments have been grouped for debate in the provisional grouping of amendments selected list. There are four groups of amendments, and we will debate the amendments in each group in turn. The first debate will be on amendment Nos 1 to 17, 20, 29 to 32, 34, 35, 55 to 59, 64 to 66 and 75,...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued): Amendment 232A (31 Jan 2022)

Lord Lansley: ...on the Front Bench—who is doing his job well—should look round for support on his own Benches. I fear all he has got is me. I can see the point he was making about the desirability of these amendments. If Clause 140 were to be proceeded with, they are improvements on the structure of Clause 140, but they rather illustrate the point that Clause 140 itself was brought forward at a late...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued): Amendment 225A (31 Jan 2022)

Lord Kamall: ...all on a steep learning curve, as I am sure all noble Lords acknowledge. I thank both noble Baronesses. I hope the lesson has been learned, and we will not have an excuse next time. I will address Amendment 294 before I come to our amendments. I thank my noble friend Lord Moylan for tabling it. To reassure him, the pancreatic cancer audit is included in the national cancer audit...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 119 - Commencement (27 Jan 2022)

Graham Brady: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government amendments 45 and 46. Clause stand part.

Draft Revision of the Highway Code - Motion to Regret (27 Jan 2022)

Earl Attlee: ...WHSmith in Petersfield. I was told that new copies were not due in until April; they had none of the old. I then tried to download an online version but could find only the existing code and the amendments to it, not some form of PDF or the like that would show me the whole code, complete with graphics. Even your Lordships’ Library could not do better and we are grateful for the briefing...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued) (26 Jan 2022)

Lord Kamall: ...able to come in only late in the process. To avoid egregious uses of power, all uses are subject to public law principles and challengeable by judicial review. We agree with the intention behind Amendment 216 but we do not feel it is necessary. Commissioners, NHS England, NHS trusts, NHS foundation trusts and a range of other bodies are required to have regard to the NHS constitution in...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 159A (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Cumberlege: My Lords, I also support these amendments. Earlier in Committee, I described the noble Lord, Lord Mawson, as “a man of infinite resource and sagacity, an entrepreneur and … a great achiever”.—[ Official Report, 18/1/22; col. 1575.] I am sure that, if noble Lords are not convinced, these amendments will further endorse my description. I now add that the noble Lord is a very determined...

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill - Committee: Amendment 10 (25 Jan 2022)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: My Lords, the purpose of the two amendments in this group is to draw attention to recommendations made in the Joint Committee report and in a number of other parliamentary reports to which the Government have responded weakly and inadequately. Paragraph 15 of the Joint Committee report states: “The move to reduce executive dominance in key parts of the UK constitutional arrangements … was...

Scottish Parliament: Transvaginal Mesh Removal (Cost Reimbursement) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (25 Jan 2022)

The Presiding Officer: There will be a division. As it is the first division of the afternoon, there will be a five-minute suspension. 15:45 Meeting suspended. 15:56 On resuming— We move to the vote on amendment 1. Members should cast their votes now. Voting has closed.

Cost of Living Increases (24 Jan 2022)

Ian Murray: ...timetable to help. The Minister himself, in the near 20 minutes that he spoke, gave nothing to help families in this country in the cost of living crisis. The Government could have tabled an amendment to the motion—I am sure that the hon. Member for Glasgow East (David Linden) would have allowed it—for us all to vote for and back to help the people of this country with the cost of...

Subsidy Control Bill - Second Reading (19 Jan 2022)

Lord Callanan: ...closely with the devolved Administrations, including sharing the consultation response document ahead of publication and carefully considering their representations. We have met with DA officials 45 times and Ministers 13 times to talk about the regime, since July 2020, and we will continue to discuss its development with DA counterparts ahead of implementation. We will work closely with...

Building Safety Bill: Clause 129 - Establishment of the new homes ombudsman scheme (19 Jan 2022)

Amendments made: 44, page 136, line 33 leave out “for England”. This amendment (together with others) is to expand the scope of the new homes ombudsman scheme beyond England so it applies also to Wales and Scotland. Amendment 45, page 137, line 11, at end insert— “(4) Before making arrangements under subsection (1), the Secretary of State must consult— (a) the Welsh...

Building Safety Bill: New Clause 19 - Special Measures (19 Jan 2022)

Nigel Evans: ...construction industry payment on practices on building safety and to report the findings to Parliament. New clause 2—Building regulations: property protection— “(1) The Building Act 1984 is amended as follows. (2) In section 1 (Power to make building regulations), after subsection (1)(f), insert— ‘(g) furthering the protection of property’. (3) In Schedule 1 (Building...

Building Safety Bill: New Clause 20 - Regulations under section 131 (19 Jan 2022)

Christopher Pincher: I will give way a little more later. I am conscious that I have already spoken for a little while, and there are a number of new clauses and amendments that the House will want to debate and on which Members will want to make their views plain. The Government are committed to improving redress and consumer protection for home buyers in new buildings. I am therefore pleased that we have...

Scottish Parliament: Local Government Funding (19 Jan 2022)

John Mason: Like other members, I find the Conservative motion interesting in that it seeks more money for local government but does not say where that money should come from. The Labour amendment takes a similar path. One of the main options for raising such money is increasing taxes, which I would be open to, but we understand that the Tories are normally against tax rises. In fact, they usually do a...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Integrated Education Bill: Consideration Stage (18 Jan 2022)

Alex Maskey: Members, that concludes the consideration of —. I am getting a bit ahead of myself. I am getting carried away at the prospect of being released again. [Laughter.] I will not call amendment No 45 as it is mutually exclusive with clause 9 standing part of the Bill. That concludes the consideration of the group 3 amendments. I propose that the Assembly adjourn until tomorrow morning at 10.30...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 42 (18 Jan 2022)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: I am grateful to the noble Earl, Lord Howe, and all noble Lords who have taken part and been supportive of this group of amendments. I very much take what the noble Earl said about the general recognition of the importance of the work of Healthwatch, both nationally and locally, and the way it has gone about doing it. With Sir Robert Francis as the current chair of Healthwatch England, we...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 46 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: My Lords, in moving Amendment 46, I will speak also to Amendments 168 and 169 in my name. In an earlier group this morning we were talking about democratic accountability at the local or ICB level, particularly in relation to Amendment 23 from the noble Baroness, Lady Thornton. We were also, through the agency of Amendment 45 from the noble Lord, Lord Davies of Brixton, looking at the risk...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 22 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Thornton: My Lords, I will speak to the amendments to Clause 14, which is a very important clause. There is absolutely no doubt about that, and the Minister can be in no doubt that that is exactly how we see it. It was touch and go whether we would have a clause stand part debate on this, and I am not sure that we were right not to do so, because this debate, particularly my noble friend Lord Hunt’s...


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