Results 181–200 of 300 for "enterprise and regulatory reform bill"

Business of the House (13 Sep 2012)

Andrew Lansley: ... 15 October will include: Monday 15 October—Consideration in Committee and remaining stages of the Infrastructure (Financial Assistance) Bill. Tuesday 16 October—Remaining stages of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (day one). Wednesday 17 October—Conclusion of remaining stages of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill. Thursday 18 October—A debate on a motion...

Scottish Parliament: Business Motions (12 Sep 2012)

...by Stage 1 Debate: Social Care (Self-directed Support) (Scotland) Bill followed by Financial Resolution: Social Care (Self-directed Support) (Scotland) Bill followed by Legislative Consent Motion: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill – UK Legislation followed by Business Motions followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions 5.00 pm Decision Time followed by Members’ Business Wednesday 19...

Whistleblowing (11 Sep 2012)

Jo Swinson: ...best to answer her questions, but if there are any outstanding issues, I will be more than happy to write to her and engage with her in future. No doubt there will be further debate on Report of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which will return to the House of Commons in due course. Whistleblowing is an important issue. It is important to recognise why the Public Interest...

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Employment Law (Low-paid and Vulnerable Workers) (6 Sep 2012)

Jo Swinson: .... I also thank him for his advice. Of course he is right to point out that just removing employment rights is not the way forward. However, impact assessments have been published in respect of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill. It is still progressing through this House and the Government intend to make further announcements next week on employment law reform.

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Topical Questions (6 Sep 2012)

John Cryer: The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill will, in effect, introduce no-fault dismissal by the back door through the system of protected conversation, which was debated extensively in Committee. Monitoring will be difficult, but what plans do the Government have to monitor the system to ensure that it is not abused by bad employers?

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Business: Peterborough (3 Sep 2012)

John Hayes: ...in a different way. Ten themes have already been reviewed and Ministers have announced that 50% of over 1,800 regulations across these themes will be scrapped or improved. Changes proposed in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill will strengthen the legal powers under which sunset and review clauses can be included in secondary legislation. Addressing the way in which regulation is...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: New Schedule 1 (17 Jul 2012)

Iain Wright: It is entitled “Dated but not bettered”, and I cannot think of a better tribute to him. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill is still, after 15 sittings, a ragbag Bill. It contains some things with which we agree but also missed opportunities, half-baked and ill thought-through ideas, and policy proposals dusted off the Whitehall shelf. The Bill’s scope to play a part in ushering...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: Clause 57 - Directors’ remuneration: effect of remuneration report (17 Jul 2012)

Iain Wright: ...the notion that financial services are very important, because they affect people’s livelihoods, mortgages and general living, but there are other industries in which transparency is needed. An Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, in which we have a clause about director’s remuneration and, hopefully, one about improving corporate governance, is an appropriate place to look at this...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: Clause 57 - Directors’ remuneration: effect of remuneration report (17 Jul 2012)

Iain Wright: ...the Minister for saying that. However, are we setting a new precedent here when it comes to reporting requirements for companies legislation, particularly for quoted companies? We are discussing an Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, but is the Minister saying that to empower shareholders and to reduce reporting and regulatory burdens on companies, we will see a rise in three-yearly...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Competition and Markets Authority (17 Jul 2012)

Baroness Wilcox: ...the Competition and Markets Authority. Lord Currie will commence his appointment in the summer which will be for an initial period of four years. His appointment as chairman will be subject to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill receiving Royal Assent and to scrutiny by the BIS Select Committee. The appointment has been made in accordance with the Commissioner for Public Appointments...

Written Ministerial Statements — Business, Innovation and Skills: Competition and Markets Authority (17 Jul 2012)

Vincent Cable: ...the Competition and Markets Authority. Lord Currie will commence his appointment in the summer which will be for an initial period of four years. His appointment as chairman will be subject to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill receiving Royal Assent and to scrutiny by the BIS Select Committee. The appointment has been made in accordance with the Commissioner for Public...

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (17 Jul 2012)

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (17 Jul 2012)

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill

Groceries Code Adjudicator Bill [HL] Report: Report (16 Jul 2012)

Baroness Wilcox: ...to reflect this. We were very grateful for the noble Lord's understanding attitude in Committee and suggested that these amendments should be considered at a later stage of the Bill. Last week, the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill passed through Committee in the House of Commons but is still some way from enactment. For this reason, the Government believe that these amendments are...

Written Ministerial Statements — Transport: Penfold Review (16 Jul 2012)

Justine Greening: ...will require primary legislation to amend the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as it applies to England. Subject to the outcome of the consultation, we intend to deliver this through the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill. The consultation document, including impact assessment, will be available in the Libraries of both Houses and on the Department’s website.

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: Schedule 17 - Unnecessary regulation: miscellaneous (12 Jul 2012)

Iain Wright: ...to ask my hon. Friends to vote against schedule 17. I am confident that, in the face of the slowest recovery out of a global financial crisis and a double-dip recession made in Downing street, an Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill that repeals the Wireless Telegraphy Act 1967 to ensure that retailers are no longer obliged to notify TV Licensing of sales and rental of TV sets, and that...

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill: Clause 51 - Commission for Equality and Human Rights (12 Jul 2012)

Iain Wright: I will say two things to my hon. Friend, and I am glad that he has been reading Hansard. First, my strong view is that this clause should not be included in an Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, as it is beyond this ragbag Bill’s scope. Secondly, my hon. Friend was on the Front Bench on Second Reading, and he will remember that in response to interventions from the Opposition the...

Schools: Copyright Exemption — Question (12 Jul 2012)

Lord Jenkin of Roding: My Lords, does my noble friend realise that, reassuring as her first Answer was, Clause 56 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which is now at the other end, has caused a great deal of anxiety, not only to authors but to composers, musicians and others who depend on copyright for their living? Does my noble friend agree with the advice that has been given to the Authors' Licensing...

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Equality Act 2006 (12 Jul 2012)

Lynne Featherstone: The proposed repeal of sections of the Equality Act 2006 is included as measures in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which is currently in Committee stage in the House of Commons. Subject to parliamentary business, we expect the Bill to achieve Royal Assent during this session.

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (12 Jul 2012)

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