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Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee (5 Dec 2012)

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill - Committee stage (Day 2) – Lord Marland. Legislation; 3:45 pm

Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee (3 Dec 2012)

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill - Committee stage – Lord Marland. Legislation; 3:30 pm

Leveson Inquiry — Statement (29 Nov 2012)

Lord Whitty: ...diversity of ownership. A whole chunk of the recommendations in the report relate to that plurality point. The Government have a great chance. There is a Bill already before this House, the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, in which the recommendations made here on media ownership, competition and plurality could be introduced at this stage. Will the noble Lord and, indeed, the Leader...

Public Bill Committee: Growth and Infrastructure Bill: Clause 7 - Electronic communications code: the need to promote growth (29 Nov 2012)

Ian Murray: ...by the DCMS regarding broadband. Why does the Bill not mention it? It is not clear what Government policy really is—little wonder in such a rag-bag of a Bill. The Government have form, because the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill was also well trailed as a rag-bag of a Bill. In their haste and panic for growth, the Government pulled policies off the shelves of the Department for...

Financial Services Bill — Report (4th Day) (26 Nov 2012)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: ...analysis of financial services markets and pursue any necessary regulatory changes. It is for these reasons that the ABI has supported Amendment 86A. Those in this House who are also following the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which will bring about the merger of the OFT and the Competition Commission into the CMA, will have been struck by the comments in government briefings on...

Public Bill Committee: Growth and Infrastructure Bill: Clause 1 - Option to make planning application directly to Secretary of State (22 Nov 2012)

Nicholas Boles: ...Penfold to look at the overlapping consent regimes, which cause a huge amount of unnecessary delay and expense on separate but parallel bureaucratic processes. With the Bill, as previously with the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, we will implement many of the recommendations of his review, which, I repeat, he was asked to conduct by the previous Government. Elsewhere in the Bill, we...

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill — Order of Consideration Motion (20 Nov 2012)

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill — Order of Consideration Motion

Public Bill Committee: Growth and Infrastructure Bill: Examination of witness (20 Nov 2012)

...to the extension of the development consent order to business and commercial projects, are all directly related to recommendations that I made. Other elements of my review are incorporated in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, particularly in relation to heritage matters. A lot of other work has been done that did not require primary legislation, but was more to do with the...

Groceries Code Adjudicator Bill [Lords] (19 Nov 2012)

Fiona O'Donnell: .... I stress to my hon. Friend that this is not a pitch to join him on the Public Bill Committee. One can have too much of a good thing. I previously sat with him on the Committee that considered the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, where the many valuable contributions that he brought to the debate in that forum were unfortunately spurned by the Government. We have already seen...

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill — Second Reading (14 Nov 2012)

Lord Mitchell: ...of all, I have always wanted there to be a beginning, a middle and an end to what I have to say. In addition, I always try to have a linking theme-but with this speech I am all over the place. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill is a hotchpotch without any discernible theme. There is certainly no beginning, middle or end. It just feels that everything that defies classification...

Arrangement of Business — Announcement (14 Nov 2012)

Lord Newby: My Lords, there are 38 speakers signed up for the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill Second Reading today. If Back-Bench contributions on the Bill are kept to around nine minutes, the House should be able to rise this evening at around the target rising time of 6 pm.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Gas Market Fraud (13 Nov 2012)

Edward Davey: ...fair markets. In my previous ministerial role at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, I was charged with reviewing competition law. I was responsible for a lot of the reforms in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, because I believe that we need to ensure that our markets are working properly and in the public interest.

Financial Services Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (12 Nov 2012)

Lord Newby: ...under the Enterprise Act 2002 it is a criminal offence for an individual to engage dishonestly in cartel activity and the Government are amending this provision to make prosecutions easier, via the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill. If there is a cartel in any area of financial services then this is properly for the OFT to investigate as it has the appropriate expertise and powers....

[Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (8 Nov 2012)

...PPI claims as well—is in extending the attack on claimants across the board into areas such as employers’ liability and public liability insurance. Some of the changes being introduced in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill—again, at the behest of insurers and employers—are appalling in the way they balance, or unbalance, power in the legal system in favour of employers and...

Business of the House: Growth and Infrastructure Bill (5 Nov 2012)

Ian Murray: ...Dorset and North Poole (Annette Brooke). I look forward to them joining us later in the Lobby. Today’s debate has been important. We meet only weeks since the Third Reading of the Government’s Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which they heralded as their flagship for growth. Indeed, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills said that the measures in that Bill...

[Martin Caton in the Chair] — Business Rates (30 Oct 2012)

Iain Wright: .... Friend the Member for Rochdale spoke far more eloquently about this matter than I could—will have a massive impact on retailing. The Government have form on this. My hon. Friend and I sat on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill Committee, so we know that on matters such as unemployment legislation, feed-in tariffs for solar panels, and the tax grab for oil and gas companies in the...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Banks: UK Green Investment Bank (30 Oct 2012)

Lord Marland: ...to the bank. The Government will provide funding to the bank under Section 228 of the Banking Act 2009, pending parliamentary approval of a bespoke power to fund the bank under Clause 4 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.

Written Ministerial Statements — Business, Innovation and Skills: UK Green Investment Bank (30 Oct 2012)

Vincent Cable: ...to the bank. The Government will provide funding to the bank under section 228 of the Banking Act 2009, pending parliamentary approval of a bespoke power to fund the bank under clause 4 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (25 Oct 2012)

Lord May of Oxford: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the full repeal of Section 52 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, proposed in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, is required by virtue of the decision of the European Court of Justice in Flos SpA v Semararo, and whether it is consistent with the freedom granted to member states by Article 17 of the directive on the legal protection...


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