Did you mean "carter offence"?
Derek Conway: ...that the programme resolution enables us to sit until 9.55 pm today. I presume that there will be a refreshment break at a convenient point this evening, depending on who is in the Chair.Clause 179 Cartel offence
Jonathan Djanogly: I cannot foresee any circumstances in which prosecution would not be extremely complicated, which is what we shall argue on clause stand part. The point is whether someone should go to prison for a cartel offence. Surely, the matter should be beyond reasonable doubt.
Miss Melanie Johnson: ...step forward, as the then Secretary of State for Trade and Industry pointed out, and was much quoted by Opposition Members. The prohibitions are only against firms. We are building on that. The cartel offence will have a serious deterrent effect and that obviously relates to individuals. Merger and market reforms are sensible and have received widespread support. The hon. Member for...