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Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments: Motion on Amendment 3 (14 Oct 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...remove amendments made here at Third Reading. Amendment 3 commits to Parliament having the same opportunities to scrutinise this issue as it does now in the specification of territories under the Extradition Act 2003. The addition or removal of any territory is by the affirmative procedure and, as I have emphasised throughout the passage of the Bill, any statutory instruments laid before...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments: Motion on Amendments 1 and 2 (14 Oct 2020)

Lord Paddick: ...Throughout the passage of this Bill, the Minister has maintained that it is not a replacement for the European arrest warrant, and I agree—but only to the extent that the Bill does not change the extradition process once the accused is before a court. This power to arrest those wanted by a foreign country without a domestic warrant is, of course, part of the European arrest warrant...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [Lords]: Clause 2 - Extent, commencement and short title (8 Sep 2020)

...at end insert ‘, but paragraph 3A of the Schedule may not be commenced so as to come into force in relation to a territory before that territory is a category 2 territory for the purposes of the Extradition Act 2003.’—(James Brokenshire.) This amendment is consequential on amendment 15 and provides that the amendments that are to be made by amendment 15 to Schedule A1 to the...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Power of Arrest for Extradition Purposes (8 Sep 2020)

James Brokenshire: ...and his important points in relation to Hong Kong. I will also address the comments of my right hon. Friend the Member for Haltemprice and Howden (Mr Davis)—my long-standing friend—on extradition. Indeed, he and I have debated such points over many years, and he will remember the changes that were brought about on things such as forum bars and where the right forum actually is. I can...

Domestic Abuse Bill: New Clause 17 - Special measures in civil proceedings: victims of specified offences (6 Jul 2020)

...b) proceedings in the High Court, other than— (i) proceedings in the Family Division of the High Court which are business assigned, by or under section 61 of (and Schedule 1 to) the Senior Courts Act 1981, to that Division of the High Court and no other, and (ii) proceedings in the exercise of its jurisdiction under the Extradition Act 2003, and (c) proceedings in the civil division of...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [Lords] (22 Jun 2020)

Michael Ellis: ...measures, especially in times like these, we can speak as one about the security of the people of this country and recognise that the legislation does not change any other part of the subsequent extradition process. All the safeguards that currently exist in extradition proceedings in this country, set out under part 2 of the Extradition Act 2003, will continue to apply. The Bill does not...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Third Reading: Amendment 3 (15 Jun 2020)

Lord Blunkett: ...the simpler the amendment, the more repetitious we become. But I want to go back to 2003, which was mentioned by the noble Baroness, Lady Hamwee, in the debate on the previous amendment, and to the Act that I piloted through, with the support of an excellent Home Office team. The noble Baroness called it a “mighty beast”, which it was; it was extremely difficult, as were other mighty...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Third Reading: Amendment 1 (15 Jun 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: My Lords, it has been Edinburgh Sheriff Court since the Extradition Act 2003 has been in place.

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition: USA (2 Jun 2020)

Lord Campbell of Pittenweem: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many people have been extradited (1) to the USA from the UK, and (2) to the UK from the USA, since the Extradition Act 2003 came into force.

Coronavirus Bill: Expansion of availability of live links in other criminal hearings (23 Mar 2020)

Amendment made: 79, page 30, line 27, at end insert— “(aa) the Extradition Act 2003,”—(Penny Mordaunt.) This amendment to clause 52, which introduces the Schedule making provision about live links in criminal hearings, is consequential on the amendments to that Schedule. Clause 52, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill. Clauses 53 to 57 ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Coronavirus Bill: Live links in other criminal hearings (23 Mar 2020)

Amendment made: 82, in page 294, line 11, at end insert— “Part 1A Expansion of powers under the Extradition Act 2003 7A The Extradition Act 2003 has effect as if amended in accordance with this Part of this Schedule. 7B (1) Section 206A has effect as if amended as follows. (2) In the heading, “certain” were omitted. (3) In subsection (1)— (a) in paragraph (a), the words from...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 1 (23 Mar 2020)

Baroness Ludford: Moved by Baroness Ludford 1: The Schedule, page 3, line 15, leave out from “judge” to end of line 19 and insert “as soon as practicable.”Member’s explanatory statementThis amendment is to make the period within which a person must be brought before a judge consistent with other provisions of the Extradition Act 2003.

Delegated Legislation: Extradition (3 Mar 2020)

That the draft Extradition Act 2003 (Amendments to Designations) Order 2020, which was laid before this House on 15 January, be approved.

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (4 Feb 2020)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ...is short, but has important implications and will need careful consideration in your Lordships’ House. As has been said, the Bill creates a power of arrest, without warrant, for the purpose of extraditing people for serious offences, particularly as a result of an Interpol alert. It will apply to the countries specified in the Schedule to the Bill. I can, generally, support what is being...

UK-US Extradition Agreement (23 Jan 2020)

David Davis: My right hon. Friend is exactly right. I was the shadow Home Secretary at the time and I opposed this treaty, but eventually our party gave in on the grounds that it was about paedophilia and terrorism and violent crime. That was the sole basis upon which we accepted what we thought at the time was a treaty that made it too easy for the US to extradite. And of course what we are seeing now is...

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition: USA (5 Nov 2019)

Nicholas Dakin: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to Answer on 22 October 2019 to Question 151 on Extradition: USA, how many (a) US citizens have been extradited to the UK and (b) UK citizens have been extradited to the US since the implementation of the Extradition Act 2003.

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition: USA (1 Nov 2019)

Brandon Lewis: The consideration of whether an offence for which extradition is requested is a political offence is implicit in UK law under section 81 of the 2003 Extradition Act, which states: “A person’s extradition to a category 2 territory is barred by reason of extraneous considerations if (and only if) it appears that— (a)the request for his extradition (though purporting to be made on account...

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition (28 Oct 2019)

Brandon Lewis: The Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill does not make provision to alter the process by which the courts and the Secretary of State determine whether a person should be extradited from the UK. Following any arrest under the power set out in the Bill, extraditions would take place under Part 2 of the Extradition Act 2003. The Home Office does not hold statistical data on the length of cases,...

Written Answers — Home Office: Extradition: USA (22 Oct 2019)

Nicholas Dakin: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many (a) US citizens have been extradited to the UK for crimes committed in the US and (b) UK citizens have been extradited to the US for crimes committed in the UK since the implementation of the Extradition Act 2003.

Attorney General: No-deal Brexit: Priorities (3 Oct 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: The hon. Gentleman is quite right; there are some countries that will not extradite their own citizens. In those cases it is a case of bilateral discussion with them. There is the existing Extradition Act 2003, but if they will not extradite citizens, there is of course the option of trying them in that country. That is generally the option that those countries offer in connection with their...


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