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House of Commons

 
 

Notices of Amendments

 

given on

 

Wednesday 11 June 2014

 

For other Amendment(s) see the following page(s) of Supplement to Votes:

 

1-5 and 57-63

 

Consideration of Bill


 

Consumer Rights Bill, As Amended


 

Hilary Benn [R]

 

Emma Reynolds

 

Stella Creasy

 

NC30

 

To move the following Clause—

 

“Letting Agents: Report

 

Within three months of Royal Assent of this Act, the Secretary of State shall

 

prepare and publish a report, and lay a copy of the report before Parliament, on—

 

(a)    

the consumer detriment caused to tenants by letting agent fees and the

 

impact this has on the ability of tenants to secure and maintain tenancies,

 

and

 

(b)    

the steps that the government intends to take to prohibit fees that cause

 

detriment to tenants.”

 

Philip Davies

 

19

 

Schedule  2,  page  53,  line  2,  at the end insert—

 

“20A      

A term which has the object or effect of permitting a trader to block, restrict or

 

otherwise hinder the access of a consumer to any lawful electronic

 

communications network or electronic communications service on the basis of

 

an unreasonable or unusual definition of “internet access”, “data”, “web

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access” or similar word or phrase.

 

Nothing in this prohibition shall affect filters for the purpose of child

 

protection.

 

Electronic communications network or electronic communication service shall

 

have the same meaning as in the Communications Act 2003.”

 

As an Amendment to Philip Davies’ proposed Amendment (No. 19):—


 
 

Notices of Amendments: 11 June 2014                     

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Consumer Rights Bill, continued

 
 

Helen Goodman

 

Stella Creasy

 

(a)

 

Line  1,  after “trader”, insert “engaged in the provision of fixed broadband

 

internet access or mobile internet services.”

 

Fiona Bruce

 

NC31

 

To move the following Clause—

 

“Safety of medical processes or treatments

 

(1)    

This section applies when a new medical process or treatment must be authorised

 

by an order or regulation.

 

(2)    

The Secretary of State must not lay before either House of Parliament an order or

 

regulation until the apparent safety of the medical process or treatment referred

 

to in subsection (1) has been confirmed by preclinical research where—

 

(3)    

it

 

(a)    

has been completed; and

 

(b)    

the results have been peer reviewed and published in a scientific or

 

academic journal (whether published in electronic form or otherwise);

 

and

 

(c)    

the results have been placed in the public domain.

 

(4)    

In this section, “preclinical research” means research that is necessary and

 

sufficient for clinical trials to proceed.

 

(5)    

This section applies to but is not limited to regulations made under the Human

 

Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990.”

 


 
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