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Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules (Cm 7944): Motion to Disapprove (25 Oct 2010)

Baroness Neville-Jones: ...and intend to implement the full limit by April next year. I turn for a moment to parliamentary scrutiny. Interim measures were announced by the Secretary of State in a Statement to Parliament on 28 June this year. In that Statement, she confirmed the Government's intention to limit non-EEA economic migration. At the same time, she launched a public consultation exercise concerning the...

Royal Commission (London): Clause 1 — Referendum on the alternative vote system (12 Oct 2010)

Dawn Primarolo: ...question' and insert 'questions'. Amendment 26, page 55, line 26, leave out 'question' and insert 'questions'. Amendment 27, page 55, line 27, leave out 'question' and insert 'questions'. Amendment 28, page 55, line 32, leave out 'question' and insert 'questions'. Amendment 46, page 57, line 15,after 'only', insert 'in relation to question 1, and indicate your preferences in relation to...

Counterterrorism and Security — Statement (13 Jul 2010)

Baroness Neville-Jones: My Lords, with the leave of the House I will repeat a Statement made by my right honourable friend the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the review of counterterrorism and security powers. "With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a Statement on the review of counterterrorism and security powers. As I have said to the House before, the first duty of Government is to...

Arrangement of Business — Announcement (8 Jul 2010)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: My Lords, my noble friend Lady Neville-Jones will repeat a Statement on Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 immediately after the debate in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Chidgey. I have already announced that the House will rise for the Summer Recess at the close of business on Wednesday 28 July. I am now able to let the House know that we will return from the Summer Recess on Tuesday 5...

Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill — First Reading (and remaining stages) (8 Apr 2010)

Lord McKenzie of Luton: ...comments. I offer my congratulations and thanks to Mr Alistair Burt, the honourable Member for North East Bedfordshire, for championing the Bill through another place. His efforts have ensured that 287 Members of Parliament have signed Early Day Motion 1095 calling for the Bill to be debated before the end of the Session. That was extremely helpful. I pay tribute to the noble Lord, Lord...

Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill: Second Reading (24 Mar 2010)

Baroness D'Souza: My Lords, this Bill has several excellent provisions. It seems somewhat parochial to go back to House of Lords reform but that is what I am going to do. On 28 January 2009, the Secretary of State for Justice, Mr Jack Straw, in evidence to the House of Lords Constitution Committee, said that the Government had been less than enthusiastic about a Private Members' Bill. One can only assume that...

Norwich and Norfolk (Structural Changes) Order 2010: Motion to Approve (22 Mar 2010)

Lord Tope: ...authorities to submit proposals for unitary status. They stated that all such proposals would have to meet each of five strict criteria, which the Minister listed: affordability, a broad cross-section of support, strategic leadership, neighbourhood empowerment and value-for-money services. So far as I am aware, every unitary authority established since that time has been judged by the...

Prayers: Clause 1 — Matters to which this Part applies (12 Mar 2010)

Nick Raynsford: ...taking the Bill through its remaining Commons stages on behalf of my hon. Friend the Member for Bury, North (Mr. Chaytor), and that is why I am speaking to this group of amendments. I should also repeat the declaration of a non-pecuniary interest that I made on Second Reading and in Committee: I am chairman of the Centre for Public Scrutiny, a body that promotes good quality scrutiny by...

Major Capital Contracts (Skills Training Requirements): Schedule 7 — Parliamentary and other pensions (2 Mar 2010)

...a reasonable period of any vacancy arising, (b) include provision, where a vacancy is not filled because insufficient nominations are received, for the nomination and selection process to be repeated at reasonable intervals until the vacancy is filled, and (c) include provision that, where the IPSA or the Minister for the Civil Service so requires, a person who is not a member of a scheme...

Major Capital Contracts (Skills Training Requirements): Clause 41 — Allowances claims (2 Mar 2010)

Alan Haselhurst: ...within a reasonable period of any vacancy arising, (b) include provision, where a vacancy is not filled because insufficient nominations are received, for the nomination and selection process to be repeated at reasonable intervals until the vacancy is filled, and (c) include provision that, where the IPSA or the Minister for the Civil Service so requires, a person who is not a member of a...

Road Traffic Accidents (Compensation and Sentencing) (23 Feb 2010)

Rob Wilson: ...injuries after being hit by an unlicensed driver, Mandy Lewis, in December 2008. He was crossing the road close to his home, I believe to post a letter. His wife, Sandra, was nearby. Lewis was a 28-year-old single mother of two, who had come to Reading to meet a man at a local hotel after arranging it via the internet. She drove all the way from Essex to Reading for that night, and was on...

Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Bill: Report (1st Day) (Continued) (2 Nov 2009)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...Ramsbotham, said that we needed to be honest with young people; I absolutely agree with him. First, we have to create apprenticeships; we must not take our eye off that ball. I make no apology for repeating that every apprenticeship we create for a young person is a beacon of hope. The first thing we need to do is to get them on that first rung. Of course, we do not necessarily want them...

Coroners and Justice Bill: Report (4th Day) (29 Oct 2009)

the Earl of Erroll: ...to 119L Moved by Lord Bach 119: Schedule 20, page 208, line 37, at end insert— "Part 3AAbolition of common law libel offences etcCriminal Libel Act 1819 (60 Geo. 3 & 1 Geo. 4 c. 8) 62A (1) In section 1 of the Criminal Libel Act 1819 (power of court to make order for seizure of copies of libel)— (a) after "In every case" insert "in Northern Ireland"; (b) omit from ", or any seditious...

Terrorism Act 2006 (Disapplication of Section 25) Order 2009: Motion to Approve (23 Jun 2009)

Baroness Neville-Jones: ...pre-charge detention to 42 days, which they have not submitted to pre-legislative scrutiny. I note that, because it is in the background of the Government's proposal that they should retain the 28 days. There is a desire in certain circumstances to go further. I want to reiterate the point that I made last year; namely, that the need for Parliament to renew Section 23 of the Terrorism Act...

Scottish Parliament: Offences (Aggravation by Prejudice) (Scotland) Bill (3 Jun 2009)

Patrick Harvie: ...is what makes progress happen—people working for it, not wishing for it. David Whitton also gave a bit of an historical perspective from his point of view. He says that he bears the scars of the section 28 debate. I might once have felt that I bore one or two of those as well myself, but I felt that we won that argument in the end not only in the Parliament but outside it because the...

Postal Services Bill [HL]: Report (1st Day) (Continued) (11 May 2009)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, the Government's first priority is to secure the provision of a strong universal postal service. Clause 28 gives the Bill one of its essential features: the primary duty of Ofcom to secure the provision of the universal service. Amendment 59 tabled by the noble Lord, Lord Browne of Belmont, seeks to ensure that the National Consumer Council is explicitly named in the Bill as having...

Intelligence and Security Committee (7 May 2009)

Andrew MacKinlay: ...to analyse and absorb intelligence, to listen and then to advise our Government and our security and intelligence services. It could have happened at a time of international crisis. There is a section on page 30 of the report, in paragraphs 111 and 112, about media relations. That interests me, because I understand that there are persons who act as interlocutors or intermediaries between...

Postal Services Bill [HL]: Committee (3rd Day) (20 Apr 2009)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...post boxes and post offices. With respect to Amendment 81, I understand my noble friend's concern that Postcomm's existing duty to review the post office network is not being transferred to Ofcom. Section 42 of the Postal Services Act 2000 requires Postcomm to provide advice and information about the number and location of post offices. This power is not transferred to Ofcom because, in...

Internet: Online Piracy — Debate (2 Apr 2009)

Lord Lloyd-Webber: ...of legislative action. However, I wish to raise the question of whether we are giving this crucial issue enough prominence and whether we are creating an outcome that is in the interests of a section of the economy where Britain leads the world and has the precious chance to create new jobs and new world-beating content for the future. As I said, I do not have the answers. But I do have...

Bill Presented: New Clause 36 — Reports and advice to the Lord Chancellor from the Chief Coroner (23 Mar 2009)

Michael Martin: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: new clause 1— Inquests into the death of a child (restrictions on publication in newspapers)— '(1) Section 39 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (power to prohibit publication of certain matters in newspapers) is amended as follows. (2) After subsection (1) insert— "(1A) If the proceedings are an inquest and relate to the...


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