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Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (7 Mar 2012)

Baroness Butler-Sloss: ...1, page 130, leave out lines 42 to 45 Amendment 40 agreed. Amendment 41 Moved by Baroness Butler-Sloss 41: Schedule 1, page 130, leave out lines 42 to 45 and insert- ""abuse" means any incident or repeated incidents of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (whether psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional, and including acts of neglect, maltreatment, exploitation or acts...

Scotland Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (28 Feb 2012)

Lord Sassoon: If my noble friend would bear with me, we will get to this point and to other points he has made. If he wishes to repeat the points he has made previously, he can do so ad nauseam. However, I say to him respectfully that we have got the point loud and clear, and I will come on to it. As the noble Lord, Lord Browne, pointed out, the genesis of this power is in Calman. It is a power that has...

London Olympics (21 Feb 2012)

Barry Gardiner: I am delighted to have spared the time to give way to the hon. Gentleman, who makes an important observation. I will come back to that in the final section of my speech. Sadly, LOCOG is a private organisation that is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000. On 18 December last year, I therefore wrote to Lord Coe, chairman of LOCOG, asking many of the above questions and many more....

Scotland Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (Continued) (2 Feb 2012)

Lord McCluskey: ...Amendment 72C and, linked with it, Amendment 72H. After "only", Amendment 72C would insert, "after the final determination of the proceedings, except with the permission of the High Court under subsection (5C)". That subsection relates to proposed new Section 288AB and references before the finality of the proceedings. In the normal case, the judgment that is required to be made under...

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill: Committee (5th Day) (24 Jan 2012)

Lord Avebury: ...rented sites; other issues concerning rented sites; High Court and county court planning cases such as injunctions, planning appeals or stop notices; and, finally, homelessness cases. In paragraph 28 of Schedule 1, loss of home is kept within the scope of legal aid, and "home" includes a caravan that is the individual's only or main residence. However, the words left out by the first four...

Protection of Freedoms Bill: Second Reading (8 Nov 2011)

Lord Henley: .... We will also introduce a code of practice governing the exercise of powers of entry. In many ways, my noble friend Lord Selsdon can take credit for these provisions. In the last Parliament he repeatedly plugged away at this issue, introducing a succession of Private Members' Bills. I am pleased to say that his tenacity has now borne some fruit. Moving on from protecting people's homes to...

Impact of Government Policies on Family Budgets — Debate (27 Oct 2011)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ..., George Osborne, promised that everyone would play their part in a deficit-reduction plan. He said: "Everyone must pay their share". The famous and now discredited, "We're all in it together", was repeated three time in his speech, and then again by David Cameron. It is an excellent soundbite; it was attractive, understood and believed by many to be a commitment. It appealed to that very...

Protection of Freedoms Bill (Ways and Means): Schedule 4 — Recovery of unpaid parking charges (10 Oct 2011)

...the vehicle is to be presumed not to be a stolen vehicle at the material time, unless the contrary is proved. (4) The right under this paragraph may only be exercised after the end of the period of 28 days beginning with the day on which the notice to keeper is given.’. Amendment 52, page 115, line 17, leave out ‘claimed’ and insert ‘recovered’. Amendment...

Sentencing (Cameron Ross) (8 Sep 2011)

Edward Garnier: ...son—with such attention. Before I respond to the points the hon. Gentleman has outlined, let me focus on the horrific crime with which we are concerned. As he said, it was an offence contrary to section 18 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, which deals with one of the most serious non-fatal offences of violence on the criminal statute book. There is no doubt that the offence...

Public Bill Committee: Protection of Freedoms Bill: Clause 60 (3 May 2011)

Vernon Coaker: ...they are now doing about replacing what was in the provision. There are a number of questions that arise on clause 60, and I will try again with what clause 59(5) meant, because the same point is repeated in this clause. I guess that the Minister was hoping that was not the case, but clause 60(8) returns to it, when it states: “In this section…‘driver’ has the meaning given by...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Clause 46 (31 Mar 2011)

John Hayes: ..., we are making technical changes to bring the Bill into line with legislation inspired by the previous Government. I remind the Committee that the wording of the clause is consistent with section 28 of the Education Act 2002, which enables schools to provide community facilities or extended services. Under that section, governing bodies can provide community services only “if and to the...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Schedule 10 (29 Mar 2011)

Richard Fuller: ...but in general it has been a warm debate. We have focused on positive values. In some of our amendments, we tried to flesh out the value of positive local authority involvement in our schools, in a section that would generally reduce their role. I seek some reassurance from the Minister that the measures that he has put in place, particularly regarding the setting up of new schools, go far...

[Katy Clark in the Chair] — Life Expectancy (Inequalities) (3 Mar 2011)

Diane Abbott: ...that although it was well-meaning, it was sketchy. I hope that we will get some more detail on the points of concern to everyone who has spoken in the debate. I cannot address the issue without repeating what the PAC has said: under my Government, inequality widened. I would not want to resile from that. I hope that the new Government can build on our achievements in fighting health...

Postal Services Bill: Second Reading (Continued) (16 Feb 2011)

Baroness Wilcox: ...put in place between them a new commercial contract that will run for as long as legally possible. That is a strong commitment, but the Government have gone further. We said in another place, and I repeat it today, that we shall ensure that the companies are held to the commitment that has been made by the chairman of the Royal Mail. The noble Baroness, Lady Howe, and the noble Lord, Lord...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Spring Supplementary Estimates  2010-11 and Vote on Account 2011-12 (14 Feb 2011)

Sammy Wilson: .... The second resolution requests interim resources and funding for the first few months of 2011-12 in the form of a Vote on Account. I request the levels of Supply set out in the resolutions under section 63 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998, which provides for the Minister of Finance and Personnel to make recommendations to the Assembly leading to cash appropriations from the Northern...

Counterterrorism Review — Statement (26 Jan 2011)

Lord Rosser: My Lords, I thank the Minister for repeating the Home Secretary's Statement made in the other place earlier today. Recent events in Moscow have reminded us, if we needed reminding, of the devastating impact of terrorist attacks, and of the vital importance of the work that our police and security services undertake to protect us and the dangers they face in carrying out that work. We owe them...

Higher Education (Basic Amount) (England) Regulations 2010: Motion to Approve (14 Dec 2010)

Lord Triesman: ...be of those who decide to enter higher education but who drop out without even a degree and the chance of additional earnings. In past discussions on Statements, these questions have been asked repeatedly of Ministers right across the House. I ask noble Lords seriously to judge for themselves what light is shed in the background papers. The honest answer is just about none. I have been...

Public Bodies Bill [HL]: Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (23 Nov 2010)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...Amendments 118, 126, 130, 173, 174 and 179. Perhaps I can reassure the noble Lord, Lord Clark of Windermere, that that is exactly what happens. It institutes a parallel framework for those sections of the Bill dealing with the Forestry Commission. The numerical sequence is exactly as he described. Amendment 122, in the name of my noble friend Lord Lester, and Amendments 3B, 120, 124, and...

Public Bill Committee: Postal Services Bill: Clause 4 (23 Nov 2010)

Gordon Banks: ...an oral statement to Parliament, on which he could then be questioned. Thereafter, the Secretary of State must lay an order on the proposed disposal, subject to super-affirmative procedures under section 18 of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2006. The Committee will recall the use of this level of scrutiny being included in the content of amendment 17, which we discussed earlier....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Justice Bill: Second Stage (2 Nov 2010)

David Ford: ...that point at all. The practical reality is that it would take some time to agree that definition. In the context of taking the Bill forward, I believe that adequate cover is provided by using the section 75 categories, which I described, to ensure that we can make progress into the future. However, it is an issue that, I suspect, needs to be addressed; regrettably, not just in the field...


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