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House of Commons

 
 

Notices of Amendments

 

given on

 

Thursday 7 February 2013

 

Consideration of Bill


 

Justice and Security Bill, As Amended

 

Caroline Lucas

 

1

 

Page  4,  line  29,  leave out Clause 6.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

2

 

Page  6,  line  25,  leave out Clause 7.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

3

 

Page  7,  line  4,  leave out Clause 8.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

4

 

Page  8,  line  1,  leave out Clause 9.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

5

 

Page  8,  line  25,  leave out Clause 10.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

6

 

Page  8,  line  30,  leave out Clause 11.

 

Caroline Lucas

 

7

 

Page  9,  line  16,  leave out Clause 12.

 

Investigation by the ISC of individual complaints

 

Caroline Lucas

 

NC1

 

To move the following Clause:—


 
 

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Justice and Security Bill, continued

 
 

‘Where a plausible claim has been made by or on behalf of an individual to the

 

ISC that the Security Service, the Secret Intelligence Service or the Government

 

Communications Headquarters has disseminated any information to any recipient

 

concerning any person that appears to be—

 

(a)    

materially false; and

 

(b)    

harmful to the person defamed,

 

the ISC shall fully and expeditiously investigate the claim and, where the claim

 

appears to be well founded, shall ensure that the misinformation is expeditiously

 

corrected.’.

 

Proceedings in which section 6 proceedings are not applicable

 

Caroline Lucas

 

NC2

 

To move the following Clause:—

 

‘(1)    

Section 6 proceedings will not be applicable in proceedings where the outcome

 

could result in, contribute to, or impede efforts to challenge the—

 

(a)    

imprisonment; or

 

(b)    

continued detention

 

    

of a party, whether in the UK or overseas.

 

(2)    

Section 6 proceedings will not be applicable in proceedings—

 

(a)    

relating to conduct which may amount to commission of the following

 

domestic and international wrongs—

 

(i)    

genocide;

 

(ii)    

murder;

 

(iii)    

torture;

 

(iv)    

slavery;

 

(v)    

cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment;

 

(vi)    

child abuse; or

 

(vii)    

other matters that the court regards as breaches of the Geneva

 

Conventions.

 

(b)    

where there is a real risk that non-disclosure of that material or

 

information may result in the wrongful imprisonment of an individual in

 

the UK or overseas or the death of an individual overseas.’.

 

Information and material exempt from prohibition or disclosure

 

Caroline Lucas

 

NC3

 

To move the following Clause:—

 

‘(1)    

Nothing in this Act shall prevent a court ordering the disclosure of any material

 

or information—

 

(a)    

relating to conduct which may amount to commission of the following

 

domestic and international wrongs—

 

(i)    

genocide;

 

(ii)    

murder;

 

(iii)    

torture;

 

(iv)    

slavery;


 
 

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Justice and Security Bill, continued

 
 

(v)    

cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment;

 

(vi)    

child abuse; or

 

(vii)    

other matters that the court regards as breaches of the Geneva

 

Conventions;

 

(b)    

where there is a real risk that non-disclosure of that material or

 

information may result in the wrongful imprisonment of an individual in

 

the UK or overseas or the death of an individual overseas.

 

(2)    

Nothing in this Act shall prevent a court from ordering the disclosure of material

 

or information to a party, under suitable terms protecting the sensitivity of

 

information, where the information could result in, contribute to, or impede

 

efforts to challenge the—

 

(a)    

imprisonment; or

 

(b)    

continued detention

 

    

of a party, whether in the UK or overseas.’.

 


 
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