Results 161–180 of 9000 for amendment 45

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (8th Day): Amendment 210 (15 Nov 2021)

Lord Paddick: My Lords, I rise to speak on behalf of my noble friend Lady Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, who is unfortunately unwell and unable to be in her place. She wanted to speak to Amendment 211 in the name of the noble Lords, Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts and Lord Bird, and the noble Baroness, Lady Lister of Burtersett, to which she added her name. She would have spoken about her personal...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill: First Stage (15 Nov 2021)

Edwin Poots: I beg to introduce the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill [NIA 45/17-22], which is a Bill to amend the Welfare of Animals Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 in relation to service animals. Bill passed First Stage and ordered to be printed.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Shipping: Safety (15 Nov 2021)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: Her Majesty’s Government recently confirmed to the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee, that any outstanding obligations arising from amendments to international maritime conventions, will be implemented into UK law in 13 Statutory Instruments; all of these will be made by early 2023. Since that commitment was made in October, one more Statutory Instrument has entered into force,...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued): Amendment 191 (10 Nov 2021)

Baroness Massey of Darwen: My Lords, I shall speak to amendments of various kinds in this group, all related to youth justice. I am grateful to the secretariat of the Joint Committee on Human Rights, of which my noble friend Lord Dubs and I are members. We have discussed the Bill at great length, interviewed people with expertise on each clause and, as noble Lords are aware, prepared relevant reports. It has been a...

Professional Qualifications Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 17 (9 Nov 2021)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: ...the agendas or whatever for the forum. The Minister then seemed to suggest that it would be an enormous collection, but his own policy statement says that there are about 50 regulators, and around 45 went to the first meeting that he held, so there is not a great number. We are talking not about hundreds of regulators but about what has sometimes been 61. The most it has ever been was 80,...

Public Bill Committee: Judicial Review and Courts Bill: Clause 3 - Automatic online conviction and penalty for certain summary offences (9 Nov 2021)

Alex Cunningham: I beg to move amendment 49, in clause 3, page 5, leave out lines 33 to 35 and insert—, ‘(4) An offence may not be specified in regulations under subsection (3)(a) unless it is— (a) a summary offence that is not punishable with imprisonment; and (b) a non-recordable offence, which excludes any offence set out in the Schedule to the National Police Records (Recordable Offences)...

Environment Bill: Clause 24 - Guidance on the OEP’s Enforcement Policy and Functions (8 Nov 2021)

Philip Dunne: I am very conscious of time, so I will be brief. I rise to discuss Lords amendment 45 and the Government amendment in lieu of Lords amendment 45B. I thank the Minister for the time that she and the Secretary of State have taken to engage with me and with the Duke of Wellington in relation to his amendment, which I supported at the last stage. I particularly thank the Minister for her...

Written Answers — Treasury: Bank Cards (8 Nov 2021)

John Glen: ...and the FCA has the power to amend these limits subject to public consultation and Treasury approval. In March, the FCA raised the legal single contactless payment limit increased from £45 to £100, and the cumulative transaction limit increased from £130 to £300. In making this decision, the FCA considered the risks to customers, including the impacts on fraud,...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 131 (3 Nov 2021)

Earl Attlee: My Lords, I support this Amendment and agree with every word that noble Lords have said. My strong advice to my noble friend the Minister, bearing in mind that this is a policing Bill, is to come quietly. The alternative is to have another 45 minutes on Report, lose a Division and get into ping-pong. It is much easier to agree in due course.

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 125 (3 Nov 2021)

Lord Falconer of Thoroton: ...the law is not being sufficiently complied with in order to get better compliance with the law for our citizens. The key aspect of the rule of law is that it applies to everybody. Approximately 45 minutes ago, in the other place, as a result of a government-whipped vote, somebody who had been found guilty of a breach of the conduct obligations of the House of Commons was, in effect, let...

44. Excise duty penalties (2 Nov 2021)

Resolved, That— (1) Schedule 41 to the Finance Act 2008 (penalties: failure to notify and certain VAT and excise wrongdoing) is amended as follows. (2) In paragraph 1 (penalty payable on failure to comply with relevant obligation), in the table (relevant obligations), in the fourth entry for “excise duties”, for “their release for free circulation” substitute “a declaration for...

Public Bill Committee: Subsidy Control Bill: Clause 42 - Chapter 2: supplementary and interpretative provision (2 Nov 2021)

Bill Esterson: I beg to move amendment 45, in clause 42, page 23, line 43, at end insert— “(1A) Before making regulations under subsection (1), the Secretary of State must seek the consent of the Scottish Ministers, the Welsh Ministers and the Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland. (1B) If consent to the making of the regulations under subsection 11(A) is not given by any of those...

Public Bill Committee: Nationality and Borders Bill: Clause 53 - Leave to remain for victims of slavery or human trafficking (2 Nov 2021)

Holly Lynch: Amendments 7, 5 and 6 concern the provisions to provide leave to remain for survivors of trafficking. Similar to our amendments to clause 52, amendment 5 seeks to bring the provisions in line with article 14 of ECAT by changing the criterion for providing leave to remain from “recovery” to “personal situation”. The reference to “personal situation” recognises that leave is...

Public Bill Committee: Nationality and Borders Bill: Clause 52 - Identified potential victims in England and Wales: assistance and support (2 Nov 2021)

Holly Lynch: The amendments seek to incorporate our international legal obligations under ECAT within the provisions of support available to victims during the recovery period, as well as extending statutory support for those who have received a positive conclusive grounds decision. Having already discussed the changes to the recovery period in our discussion of clause 50, I will not repeat myself, but it...

Public Bill Committee: Nationality and Borders Bill: Clause 51 - Identified potential victims etc: disqualification from protection (2 Nov 2021)

Holly Lynch: Thank you for that advice, Sir Roger. Like a number of our other amendments, amendment 164 seeks to ensure that no child victim of trafficking or modern slavery is denied protection. Clause 51 introduces the following reasons why someone would be disqualified from protection: they are a threat to public order, or they have claimed to be a victim of modern slavery in bad faith. The...

Public Bill Committee: Nationality and Borders Bill: Clause 49 - Identified potential victims of slavery or human trafficking: recovery period (2 Nov 2021)

Stuart McDonald: ...that the Government have decided, for no apparent reason, to reduce the prescribed recovery period to 30 days. Yes, that is consistent with the trafficking convention, but equally so is 45 days. There is nothing in the convention to say that it cannot be done and, for all the reasons she outlined, that was a welcome additional safeguard in the UK’s approach. What is the Home Office...

Scottish Parliament: Sustainable Procurement and Fair Work Practices (2 Nov 2021)

Paul Sweeney: It is interesting that policies are now being adopted in the Government as a result of a new agreement with the Green Party. Over the past decade, my former colleague Neil Findlay moved amendment after amendment in the chamber, calling for payment of the real living wage to be a minimum requirement in public sector procurement contracts, but the Government voted them down every time. With the...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 111 (1 Nov 2021)

Lord Wolfson of Tredegar: My Lords, I am grateful to have the opportunity to respond to this short but focused debate. I am particularly grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Beith, for the measured way in which he introduced the amendment, which raises difficult issues, as I think all speakers have recognised. The Government’s aim in this area can be briefly stated. I understand there to be relatively little or perhaps...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 110A (1 Nov 2021)

Baroness Harris of Richmond: ...thing. I will put this to the Police Superintendents’ Association to see what it has to say, because it has been banging on about this for a very long time. In the meantime, I am not moving my amendment. Amendments 110A and 110B not moved. Schedule 4 agreed. Clause 44 agreed. Clause 45: Positions of trust

Public Bill Committee: Subsidy Control Bill: Clause 19 - Rescuing (28 Oct 2021)

Paul Scully: As we have heard, amendment 14 relates to clause 19. The Bill provides that in order to give either a rescuing or a restructuring subsidy, the public authority giving that subsidy must be satisfied either that it contributes to the objective of the public interest by “avoiding social hardship or preventing a severe market failure”, or that there are “exceptional circumstances that...

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