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Scottish Parliament: Abusive Behaviour and Sexual Harm (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (22 Mar 2016)

John Finnie: ...communication” and, bizarrely, that there would be a risk of “unintended consequences in terms of interference with freedom of speech”. At stage 2, Margaret McDougall’s opponents made many references to the Communications Act 2003; my colleague Roderick Campbell highlighted that the 2003 act provides a punishment, so he did not accept the amendments. Similarly, the cabinet...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Justice and Home Affairs post-Council statement (17 Mar 2016)

Theresa May: ...Partnerships, following the failure to agree these proposals at the last December JHA Council. The UK had not opted in to either proposal. In the discussion, the UK argued for the removal of references to the Charter of Fundamental Rights from the operative clauses of the two proposals for reasons of best practice in legal drafting.

Public Bill Committee: Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [Lords]: Clause 27 - Enforceability of credit agreements made through unauthorised persons (23 Feb 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: ...Treasury to make amendments consequential to the Bill, and any statutory instruments made under it, to other primary and secondary legislation. For example, the power is likely to be used to amend references to the PRA in other legislation where necessary to reflect the fact that the authority is no longer a separate legal entity from the Bank. The power can be used only in certain...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Employment Bill: Further Consideration Stage (22 Feb 2016)

Robin Swann: ...relating to tribunal proceedings. The amendment was not called at Consideration Stage, because the Minister’s opposition to clause 4 and clause 8 regarding neutral assessment meant that the references within the Committee's amendment were no longer correct. The Committee has accommodated the changes brought by the Minister at Consideration Stage and has re-tabled an updated version of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Housing (Amendment) Bill: Consideration Stage (1 Feb 2016)

Alex Maskey: ...purpose" went beyond what was necessary. The Committee discussed that issue at length with the Department. Ultimately, the Department stated that, while the Minister did not believe that the references to grounds 1 and 3 went beyond what was necessary, if the Committee requested their removal, he would accept that in order to ensure the Bill's timely progress through the Assembly. The...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Shared Education Bill: Consideration Stage (26 Jan 2016)

Peter Weir: .... The Department assured the Committee that this level of detail was better left to a policy document than be included in legislation. It was even suggested that wording of this kind, or references to section 75 groups or schools from different sectors, might conceivably serve to exclude certain shared education projects. The Department also advised that determining compliance with the...

Scotland Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (19 Jan 2016)

Lord Dunlop: ...of involvement and engagement. It might be convenient for the House if I introduce at this point government Amendments 52AA to 52AF and 52CA. These are technical amendments that remove unnecessary references to the 2006 Equality Act, which have no effect on the current drafting. The Equality Act 2006 has partly been superseded by the Equality Act 2010, and it now mainly contains provisions...

Scottish Parliament: Education (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (29 Oct 2015)

Fiona McLeod: ...to support their children and to help them on that journey. There is loads of evidence on that, and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has found loads of stuff about it. I will give members all the references later; I will not take up the time on that now. We all accept the work that the Joseph Rowntree Foundation does and how good it is, but I also came across some stuff by the Centers for...

Psychoactive Substances Bill [HL] — Report (Continued) (14 Jul 2015)

Lord Rosser: ...month. He said: “The Bill is primarily a law enforcement measure, setting out definitions et cetera, although it is part of a wider context that includes education. As to whether we should have references to education or treatment programmes in the Bill, I personally favour things that are very clear and focused about what they want to do. What we hope to achieve through education is a...

Health: Diabetes — Question for Short Debate (2 Jul 2015)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ...system. I would like to know from the Minister what exactly is in mind and proposed for NHS England as opposed to the commissioning boards locally. However, in the documentation, there are repeated references to type 2 and its prevention but much fewer to the management of type 1, with its effect on an incredibly high and unexplained number of children suffering from it. My interpretation...

Childcare Bill [HL] — Committee (1st Day) (1 Jul 2015)

Baroness Pinnock: ...a number of important reasons. When I visited the Minister this morning, I noticed a big sign on his door that included the phrase “closing the gaps”. We all know, from our own research and from references already cited by many noble Lords this afternoon, that early years are extremely important in ensuring that children start school on a level playing field. We as a society must do...

Scotland Bill: Clause 24 — Universal credit: costs of claimants who rent accommodation (30 Jun 2015)

Mark Durkan: ...from the start what paths were open to Scottish Ministers and to the Scottish Parliament. Incidentally, I would have preferred to see more emphasis on the Scottish Parliament in the Bill; all the references seem to be to Scottish Ministers. But that is another issue. The right hon. Gentleman’s question—how far does it go?—will not be answered by clauses 24 and 25 or by the...

Scottish Parliament: Universities (3 Jun 2015)

Elizabeth Smith: ...transparency in the management of the universities and that they are somehow out of touch. I have read their submissions carefully and note their concerns about the levels of principals’ pay and references to freedom of information requests about senior management remunerations, which the UCU claims were not sufficiently transparent. Apart from those submissions, however, I am struggling...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Justice Bill: Consideration Stage (2 Jun 2015)

David Ford: ...Nos 55 to 60 make a number of amendments to schedule 1, which will supplement the list already contained within the schedule. These further consequential amendments will, primarily, remove references related to County Court divisions and petty sessions districts contained in legislation that has been made since the Bill was drafted, as well as some very old provisions. These further...

Outlawries Bill: Debate on the Address — [1st day] (27 May 2015)

Chris Evans: ...Members, I pay tribute to the proposer of the Humble Address—it seems like a long time ago now. As one whose political awakening began with a book on President Kennedy, it was good to hear so many references to the great man by Parliament’s greatest Kennedy devotee, the right hon. Member for Chelmsford (Mr Burns). The seconder of the Humble Address, the hon. Member for South East...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Economy (20 May 2015)

Chic Brodie: ...as I say, other issues have an impact on that. In that one context, the motion rightly speaks of education as one key element in Scotland’s future economy, but the motion goes astray elsewhere. It references the OECD report. I have a copy here. The report makes no mention of Scotland. It does, however, highlight that, as the motion should have recognised, the ever-increasing disparity in...

Amendment of the Law (23 Mar 2015)

Chris Leslie: ...(Ms Stuart) said, our health services will be placed in real jeopardy in that scenario. It says everything one needs to know about this Chancellor that the battle of Agincourt got twice as many references in the Budget speech as the NHS. When I look at the Government’s Budget, it is not so much “Henry V” that comes to mind as “The Comedy of Errors”. This path of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Child Grooming (17 Mar 2015)

Simon Hughes: ...victims in areas where there is a high prevalence of child abuse, such as Rotherham. Secondly, as well as the new offence of sexual communication with a child, we are legislating to remove references to child prostitution and child pornography from the Sexual Offences Act and making sure that the offence of loitering or soliciting for the purpose of prostitution applies only to adults. We...

Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill — Report (3rd Day) (11 Mar 2015)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...or contributories is any of the following— (a) 10% in value of the creditors or contributories; (b) 10% in number of the creditors or contributories; (c) 10 creditors or contributories. (6B) The references in subsection (6A) to creditors are to creditors of any class, even where a decision is sought only from creditors of a particular class.” 57E: Clause 122, page 99, line 12, leave...

Serious Crime Bill [HL] — Commons Amendments (2 Mar 2015)

Lord Bates: ...to describe child sexual exploitation offences in Sections 48 to 51 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003. In Committee in the Commons, Ann Coffey MP made a compelling case to remove from the statute book references to child prostitution and to limit the scope of the offence of loitering or soliciting for the purposes of prostitution so that it applies only to adults. Commons Amendment 4 gives...


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