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Notices of Amendments


given on


Thursday 22 January 2015


Consideration of Bill


Serious Crime Bill [Lords], As Amended


Fiona Bruce


Robert Flello


Steve Baker


Mr David Burrowes


Mr Dominic Grieve


Sir David Amess


Mr Joe Benton


Richard Benyon


Jake Berry


Mr Brian Binley


Bob Blackman


Mr Graham Brady


Angie Bray


Mr Peter Bone


Sir Peter Bottomley


Conor Burns


Paul Burstow


Alistair Burt


Mr Ronnie Campbell


Sir William Cash


Martin Caton


Mr Tom Clarke


Ann Clwyd


Oliver Colvile


Michael Connarty


Rosie Cooper


Alex Cunningham


David T.C. Davies


Nick de Bois


Mr Nigel Dodds


Mr Jefffrey M. Donaldson


Mark Durkan


Bill Esterson


Jonathan Evans


Mr Nigel Evans


Mr Frank Field


Dr Liam Fox


Mike Freer


Sir Roger Gale


Mrs Cheryl Gillan


Mr James Gray


Damian Green


Mr Dai Havard


Chris Heaton-Harris


John Hemming


Mr Mark Hoban


Kate Hoey


Mr Philip Hollobone


Kelvin Hopkins


Sir Gerald Howarth


Mr Stewart Jackson


Jeremy Lefroy


Sir Edward Leigh


Naomi Long


Sir Peter Luff


Mark Menzies


Liz McInnes


Mr David Nuttall


Mr Mark Prisk


Jacob Rees-Mogg


Jim Shannon


Mr Virendra Sharma


Jim Sheridan


David Simpson


Henry Smith


Mrs Caroline Spelman


John Stevenson


Sarah Teather


Mr Michael Thornton


Martin Vickers


Dame Angela Watkinson


Craig Whittaker


Bill Wiggin


Paul Maynard


Mr Alan Reid




To move the following Clause



“Termination of pregnancy on the grounds of the sex of the unborn child


Nothing in section 1 of the Abortion Act 1967 is to be interpreted as allowing a


pregnancy to be terminated on the grounds of the sex of the unborn child.”


Notices of Amendments:                               



, continued


John Mann




To move the following Clause



“Official Secrets Act 1989 (additional defence)



The Official Secrets Act 1989 is amended as follows—



After section 8, insert—



It is a defence for a person charged with an offence under any provision


of this Act to prove that he knew, or had reasonable cause to believe, that


the information, document or article disclosed was—



germane to an official investigation of, or inquiry into, historic


child abuse, and



provided only to an officer of such an investigation or inquiry.



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