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Public Bill Committee: Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill: Clause 9 - Preferential debts: Great Britain (26 Mar 2013)

Mark Durkan: ...address the obvious question of territorial extent. As I represent a constituency in Northern Ireland, it is striking that the provisions on preferential debts apply to Great Britain with distinct references to England, Wales and Scotland. That is obviously because of our separate bankruptcy laws. Given that the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and the other provisions are understood...

Public Bill Committee: Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill: Clause 15 - Orders and Regulations (12 Mar 2013)

David Burrowes: ...to apply it to her situation; the Government are now seeking to see how it applies to the Bill. One could carry on looking at the areas the Government need to consider. They have mentioned 8,000 references in statute, many of which have to be dealt with in secondary legislation. Then there is schedule 4 and the debate that not all of us wanted to have about adultery, non-consummation and...

Public Service Pensions Bill: Third Reading (26 Feb 2013)

Lord Newby: ...that noble Lords can support this small but sensible amendment. Amendments 4 and 5 are minor technical amendments. They are simply to provide consistency throughout the Bill in the form of cross-references to Schedule 4 to the Pensions Act 1995. They ensure that the same format is used in Clauses 34 and 35 as is used in Clause 10. Amendments 8 and 9 are again minor amendments intended to...

Written Answers — Education: Children: ICT (25 Feb 2013)

David Laws: ...teaching appeared to have little impact on raising the attainment of pupils with special educational needs, it had a marked impact in engaging their attention and often improved their behaviour. References: Somekh, B., Haldane, M., Jones, K., Lewin, C., Steadman, S., Scrimshaw, P., Sing, S., Bird, K., Cummings, J., Downing, B., Harber Stuart, T., Jarvis, J. Mavers., D and Woodrow, D...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health Strategy (24 Jan 2013)

Malcolm Chisholm: ...early years, and I have to give credit to the Government more generally for having recognised that. The minister highlighted that, of course, in pointing to the importance of attachment and in his references to programmes such as triple P and incredible years, which are evidence-based parenting programmes that the Government is quite right to roll out. There are therefore many quite...

Social Care — Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2012)

Baroness Wheeler: ...pound funding shortfall between the true cost of providing quality care that meets CQC standards and the fees paid by local authorities to care home providers has increased by 16% in just 12 months. References have been made to this year's survey by Labour, which showed an 11% fall in the past two years of the number of vulnerable, old and disabled people having home care services fully...

Financial Services Bill — Report (5th Day) (28 Nov 2012)

Lord Newby: ..., is the correct approach to eliminate confusion and overlap and ensure that the Treasury is always informed of risks to public funds. In a similar vein, Amendments 107AC and 107AF seek to add references to risks to the objectives of the PRA and FCA into the notification duty. I can reassure the noble Lord that any risks that arise in the spheres of responsibility of the PRA and FCA that...

Crime and Courts Bill [HL] — Report (1st Day) (27 Nov 2012)

Earl Attlee: ...from SOCA to the NCA. The other amendments to Schedule 8 in this group make further consequential amendments to various enactments and subordinate legislation to repeal or replace various statutory references to SOCA. I draw the particular attention of my noble friend Lady Hamwee to Amendment 76, which makes consequential amendments to the Equality Act 2010. My noble friend asked in...

Written Ministerial Statements — Energy and Climate Change: EU Environmental Council (19 Nov 2012)

Edward Davey: ...emphasises the need for environmental integrity. Several member states emphasised the importance of the EU having a strong position on climate finance before Doha. The UK supported inclusion of references to previous ECOFIN conclusions but clarified that we should not intrude on ECOFIN territory in these Doha conclusions. The presidency presented compromise text on this paragraph, which...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: New Clause 2 — Disapplication of Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (12 Sep 2012)

Edward Garnier: ...Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, but I did listen to the hon. Gentleman’s speech. I do not think that my hon. Friend the Minister will have to look very hard to find the references that the hon. Gentleman was after, but if the situation is as it has been described, that would be a pity, to say the least. If the words of my noble Friend Lord McNally that were...

Economic Policies — Question (4 Jul 2012)

Lord Low of Dalston: ...told the noble Lord, Lord Skidelsky, that sustainable recovery was underway. When I asked him on 29 May how he squared that with the fact that we were in double-dip recession, he palmed me off with references to the success of the private sector in generating jobs and exports. No sooner were the words out of his mouth than manufacturing output plummeted. It is up a bit in June, but...

Regeneration — Question for Short Debate (27 Jun 2012)

Baroness Hughes of Stretford: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Mawson, on securing this important debate and thank him for his references to my home area of Greater Manchester. I welcome the opportunity to contribute and do so not only as a trustee of the Lowry Theatre, for which I declare an interest, but from a longstanding involvement, as a former local authority leader and Member of Parliament, in the...

Crime and Courts Bill [HL]: Committee (2nd Day) (20 Jun 2012)

Lord Rosser: ...requests, and for the director-general of the National Crime Agency to perform a task if requested to do so by a chief officer of a UK police force or a UK law enforcement agency. In respect of the references in the two paragraphs in question to, "the chief officer of a UK police force", there is no reference to any requirement at all for the elected police and crime commissioner for that...

Minority Ethnic and Religious Communities: Cultural and Economic Contribution — Motion to Take Note (24 May 2012)

Baroness Warsi: ...many of whom we heard from today, make to the work of this House. We are reminded by the noble Lord, Lord Bilimoria, about the Zoroastrian community's fine history in the Houses of Parliament in his references to Dadabhai Naoroji and Shapurji Saklatvala who were elected many years ago. Political parties indeed have a role in engaging with various communities. I know of the work that my...

Draft House of Lords Reform Bill: Motion to Take Note (30 Apr 2012)

Lord Lipsey: ...a costing-mine. This is the cost of the Government's original proposals drawn from my evidence to the Joint Committee, although the alternative report omits the six footnotes and 13 detailed references attached to that evidence which set out the assumptions that underlie it. The headline numbers are that the extra costs of the reforms will be, in year 1, £177 million, and over the...

Financial Services Bill (Programme) (No. 3): New Clause 1 — Retrospective reviews of Bank performance by court of directors and publication of court minutes (23 Apr 2012)

Nigel Evans: ...draft order. (j) For the purposes of this section an order is made in the terms of a draft order or revised draft order if it contains no material changes to its provisions. (k) In this section, references to the “30-day”, “40-day” and “60-day” periods in relation to any draft order are to the periods of 30, 40 and 60 days beginning with the day on which the draft order was...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Northern Ireland Assembly: Educational Disadvantage (13 Mar 2012)

Arlene Foster: ...heavily referenced in the Programme for Government and in the economic strategy at page 59. Mr Lunn welcomed the strategy. He mentioned the green new deal, and as I said, the document makes various references to it. He said that Invest NI is a success story but that there is a need for flexibility, and I could not agree more. If we were to have that flexibility, other Members would not be...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Northern Ireland Assembly (13 Mar 2012)

Alban Maginness: ...skills. Those are very important issues that need to be addressed. Therefore, the Committee would like to hear from the Minister in due course why it has been considered appropriate to remove references to them from the final strategy. Although I welcome the economic strategy and efforts by the Department to include distinct, measurable, time-dependent targets for many actions for which it...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services Bill: Clause 22 - Rules and Guidance (8 Mar 2012)

Mark Durkan: ...think that I am saying that for every provision for the FCA there must be an equal and opposite, or even an equal and comparable, provision for the PRA. However, given that the Bill is littered with references to either regulator or both regulators, and we zoom in and out—it is a bit like the coalition; sometimes we are hearing from the duality, and sometimes from the specific parts, and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Justice and Home Affairs Council (7 Mar 2012)

Theresa May: ...key issues including that the focus of “solidarity” should be practical co-operation between member states based on their individual responsibility to build migration management capacity; strong references to the “early warning mechanism” to be included in the new Dublin regulation in place of a suspension clause; and an explicit confirmation of the lack of support for any...


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