Results 1–20 of 9000 for amendment 45

Subsidy Control Bill - Second Reading (19 Jan 2022)

Lord Callanan: ...closely with the devolved Administrations, including sharing the consultation response document ahead of publication and carefully considering their representations. We have met with DA officials 45 times and Ministers 13 times to talk about the regime, since July 2020, and we will continue to discuss its development with DA counterparts ahead of implementation. We will work closely with...

Building Safety Bill: Clause 129 - Establishment of the new homes ombudsman scheme (19 Jan 2022)

Amendments made: 44, page 136, line 33 leave out “for England”. This amendment (together with others) is to expand the scope of the new homes ombudsman scheme beyond England so it applies also to Wales and Scotland. Amendment 45, page 137, line 11, at end insert— “(4) Before making arrangements under subsection (1), the Secretary of State must consult— (a) the Welsh...

Building Safety Bill: New Clause 19 - Special Measures (19 Jan 2022)

Nigel Evans: ...construction industry payment on practices on building safety and to report the findings to Parliament. New clause 2—Building regulations: property protection— “(1) The Building Act 1984 is amended as follows. (2) In section 1 (Power to make building regulations), after subsection (1)(f), insert— ‘(g) furthering the protection of property’. (3) In Schedule 1 (Building...

Building Safety Bill: New Clause 20 - Regulations under section 131 (19 Jan 2022)

Christopher Pincher: I will give way a little more later. I am conscious that I have already spoken for a little while, and there are a number of new clauses and amendments that the House will want to debate and on which Members will want to make their views plain. The Government are committed to improving redress and consumer protection for home buyers in new buildings. I am therefore pleased that we have...

Scottish Parliament: Local Government Funding (19 Jan 2022)

John Mason: Like other members, I find the Conservative motion interesting in that it seeks more money for local government but does not say where that money should come from. The Labour amendment takes a similar path. One of the main options for raising such money is increasing taxes, which I would be open to, but we understand that the Tories are normally against tax rises. In fact, they usually do a...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Integrated Education Bill: Consideration Stage (18 Jan 2022)

Alex Maskey: Members, that concludes the consideration of —. I am getting a bit ahead of myself. I am getting carried away at the prospect of being released again. [Laughter.] I will not call amendment No 45 as it is mutually exclusive with clause 9 standing part of the Bill. That concludes the consideration of the group 3 amendments. I propose that the Assembly adjourn until tomorrow morning at 10.30...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 42 (18 Jan 2022)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: I am grateful to the noble Earl, Lord Howe, and all noble Lords who have taken part and been supportive of this group of amendments. I very much take what the noble Earl said about the general recognition of the importance of the work of Healthwatch, both nationally and locally, and the way it has gone about doing it. With Sir Robert Francis as the current chair of Healthwatch England, we...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 46 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: My Lords, in moving Amendment 46, I will speak also to Amendments 168 and 169 in my name. In an earlier group this morning we were talking about democratic accountability at the local or ICB level, particularly in relation to Amendment 23 from the noble Baroness, Lady Thornton. We were also, through the agency of Amendment 45 from the noble Lord, Lord Davies of Brixton, looking at the risk...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 22 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Thornton: My Lords, I will speak to the amendments to Clause 14, which is a very important clause. There is absolutely no doubt about that, and the Minister can be in no doubt that that is exactly how we see it. It was touch and go whether we would have a clause stand part debate on this, and I am not sure that we were right not to do so, because this debate, particularly my noble friend Lord Hunt’s...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 20A (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Barker: ...issues. I thank the Minister for his full response, although it was not entirely unexpected. I do not doubt that NHS England has a number of clinical directors, but the stats speak for themselves: 45% of pregnancies are either unplanned or ambivalent and abortion rates are at their highest level. Whatever we have at the moment is not working. The call for this director came from the...

Elections Bill: Clause 33 - Power to amend Schedule 8 (17 Jan 2022)

Amendment made: 18, page 45, line 29, leave out “Minister” and insert “Secretary of State”.—(Kemi Badenoch.) Since the Bill was introduced, responsibility for elections has moved from the Minister for the Cabinet Office to the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. This amendment brings Ministerial functions under the Bill into line with the current...

Elections Bill: Clause 56 (17 Jan 2022)

Regulations under this Part Amendment made: 45, page 61, line 28, leave out “Minister” and insert “Secretary of State”.—(Kemi Badenoch.) See the explanatory statement for Amendment 18.

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (6th Day): Amendment 114F (17 Jan 2022)

Baroness Newlove: ...UK showed in a poll of 1,000 UK women that although 80% of women of all ages said that they had experienced sexual harassment in public places, 96% of respondents did not report these incidents and 45% said that was because it would not change anything. Too often when it comes to violence against women, society demands the perfect victim before we act. We question women. We talk of...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (6th Day): Amendment 114D (17 Jan 2022)

Lord Russell of Liverpool: ...trying to avoid; it is going on and it will continue to go on until we really grasp it. I will not detain your Lordships. I had hoped that we would do this in 30 minutes, but we will do it in under 45 minutes. I thank the Minister again for what she said, and the noble Lord, Lord Coaker. There is a huge focus on the inputs in many of these interactions from the Front Bench: there is a long...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Integrated Education Bill: Consideration Stage (17 Jan 2022)

Alex Maskey: Members will have a copy of the Marshalled List of amendments detailing the order for consideration. The amendments have been grouped for debate in the provisional grouping of amendments selected list. There are four groups of amendments, and we will debate the amendments in each group in turn. Members will note that the Marshalled List was reissued and holds the serial number ML 2 in the...

Local Government (Disqualification) Bill: New Clause 1 - Members of local authorities: disqualification relating to drink and drug driving offences (England) (14 Jan 2022)

Kemi Badenoch: .... I know that he is keen to ensure that Ministers have thought things through, and I am impressed that he has actually gone through the consultation document from 2018. I disagree with his amendments and I hope that I can convince him from the Dispatch Box that we are doing the right thing. I also wish to put it on record that I disagree with the rather unpleasant accusation that the hon....

Health and Care Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 11 (13 Jan 2022)

Baroness Greengross: ...five extra healthy and independent years of life. A practical first step towards achieving that goal would be to ensure that tackling health inequalities is a priority in this legislation, and the amendments in this group seek to achieve that. We know that health inequality is a problem that has been getting worse, and we need to tackle it as an emergency. I support the amendments in the...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (4th Day) (Continued): Amendment 97ZB (10 Jan 2022)

...Clause 165, insert the following new Clause—“PART 11ADISREGARDS AND PARDONS FOR CERTAIN HISTORICAL OFFENCESDisregard of certain convictions or cautions(1) The Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 is amended in accordance with subsections (2) to (10).(2) Section 92 (power of Secretary of State to disregard convictions or cautions) is amended in accordance with subsections (3) to (5).(3) In...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Update on annual fisheries negotiations (6 Jan 2022)

Victoria Prentis: ..., it was agreed that further adjustments would be introduced in 2022. These include an increase in the annual limits for landings of bass from hook and lines and fixed gillnets, as well as an amendment to the commercial trawl/seine flexibility. Finally, the UK and EU agreed to prioritise and handle NQS, seabass (including the ICES assessment tool), stock without ICES advice, inter-annual...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Second Reading (5 Jan 2022)

Lord Morrow: ...to see the Government catching up with Northern Ireland and Scotland, where NRM support has been provided on a statutory basis since 2015. The statutory support available in Northern Ireland is for 45 days, even if a conclusive grounds decision is made in that time. But the recovery period is set at 30 days in Clause 60(3), after which the Government can deport a person who no longer has...


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