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Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  516

 

Clause  171,  page  133,  line  45,  leave out “official” and insert “Judicial

 

Commissioner”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  517

 

Clause  171,  page  134,  line  2,  leave out from “privilege” to end of line 5

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  518

 

Clause  171,  page  134,  line  6,  after “item”, insert “presumptively”

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  587

 

Page  133,  line  30,  leave out Clause 171

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  519

 

Clause  172,  page  134,  line  17,  at end insert—

 

“(2)    

Section 100 (items subject to legal privilege) applies in relation to an application

 

for a bulk equipment interference warrant as it applies in relation to an application

 

for a targeted equipment interference warrant.”


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  588

 

Page  134,  line  12,  leave out Clause 172

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  589

 

Page  134,  line  19,  leave out Clause 173

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  590

 

Page  135,  line  4,  leave out Clause 174

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  591

 

Page  135,  line  21,  leave out Clause 175

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Mr John Hayes

 

Agreed to  626

 

Clause  176,  page  136,  line  4,  after “Sections”, insert “181(7A),”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment and amendments Agreed to  627 and Agreed to  628 clarify that there is no

 

breach of Clause 175(1) and (2) where a bulk personal dataset is retained or examined in

 

accordance with conditions imposed by a Judicial Commissioner under Clause 181(3) (following

 

a decision by the Judicial Commissioner not to approve the issue of a warrant in an urgent case

 

under Part 7).


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

Mr John Hayes

 

Agreed to  627

 

Clause  176,  page  136,  line  5,  after “with”, insert “cases where a Judicial

 

Commissioner refuses to approve a specific BPD warrant,”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

See the explanatory statement for amendment 626.

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  592

 

Page  135,  line  37,  leave out Clause 176

 

Clause, as amended, Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Withdrawn  721

 

Clause  177,  page  136,  line  21,  leave out subsection (3)(a)(iii)

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Withdrawn  715

 

Clause  177,  page  136,  line  43,  at end insert—

 

“(5)    

No warrant shall be issued under this section for material relating to “patient

 

information” as defined in section 251(10) of the National Health Service Act

 

2006, or relating to “mental health”, “adult social care”, “child social care”, or

 

“health services” as defined by the Health and Social Care Act 2012.”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  718

 

Clause  177,  page  136,  line  43,  at end insert—

 

“(5)    

Subsection (6) applies where a warrant application under this section relates to

 

“patient information” as defined in section 251(10) of the National Health Service

 

Act 2006, or relating to “mental health”, “adult social care”, “child social care”,

 

or “health services” as defined by the Health and Social Care Act 2012.

 

(6)    

The Secretary of State may issue the warrant only if they consider that—

 

(a)    

there are exceptional and compelling circumstances that make it

 

necessary to authorise the retention, or (as the case may be) the

 

examination, of material referred to in subsection (5); and


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

(b)    

specific arrangements have been made for the handling, retention, use,

 

destruction and protection against unauthorised disclosure of such

 

material.”

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  593

 

Page  136,  line  8,  leave out Clause 177

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  722

 

Clause  178,  page  137,  line  25,  leave out subsection (5)(a)(iii)

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  716

 

Clause  178,  page  138,  line  2,  at end insert—

 

“(8)    

No warrant shall be issued under this section for material relating to “patient

 

information” as defined in section 251(10) of the National Health Service Act

 

2006, or relating to “mental health”, “adult social care”, “child social care”, or

 

“health services” as defined by the Health and Social Care Act 2012.”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  719

 

Clause  178,  page  138,  line  2,  at end insert—

 

“(8)    

Subsection (6) applies where a warrant application under this section relates to

 

“patient information” as defined in section 251(10) of the National Health Service

 

Act 2006, or relating to “mental health”, “adult social care”, “child social care”,

 

or “health services” as defined by the Health and Social Care Act 2012.

 

(9)    

The Secretary of State may issue the warrant only if they consider that—

 

(a)    

there are exceptional and compelling circumstances that make it

 

necessary to authorise the retention, or (as the case may be) the

 

examination, of material referred to in subsection (5); and


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

(b)    

specific arrangements have been made for the handling, retention, use,

 

destruction and protection against unauthorised disclosure of such

 

material.”

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  594

 

Page  137,  line  1,  leave out Clause 178

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not moved  723

 

Clause  179,  page  138,  line  5,  leave out from “must” to “the” in line 6 and insert

 

“determine”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  724

 

Clause  179,  page  138,  line  22,  leave out subsection (2)

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  534

 

Clause  179,  page  138,  line  23,  at end insert “but a Judicial Commissioner may not

 

approve a warrant unless he is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for believing that

 

it is both necessary and proportionate to do so”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment would clarify the judicial review process by ensuring that both the process and

 

underlying facts of an interception of communications warrant are considered by a Judicial

 

Commissioner.


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

27

 

Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  595

 

Page  138,  line  3,  leave out Clause 179

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not moved  725

 

Clause  180,  page  138,  line  41,  leave out from second “period” to second “the” in

 

line 42 and insert “of 48 hours after”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  726

 

Clause  180,  page  138,  line  41,  leave out from second “period” to second “the” in

 

line 42 and insert “of 24 hours after”

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  596

 

Page  138,  line  31,  leave out Clause 180

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not moved  727

 

Clause  181,  page  139,  line  10,  leave out “may” and insert “must”


 
 

Public Bill Committee Proceedings: 26 April 2016          

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Investigatory Powers Bill, continued

 
 

Mr John Hayes

 

Agreed to  628

 

Clause  181,  page  139,  line  32,  at end insert—

 

“(7A)    

An intelligence service is not to be regarded as in breach of section 175(1) or (2)

 

where it retains or (as the case may be) examines a bulk personal dataset in

 

accordance with conditions imposed under subsection (3)(b).”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

See the explanatory statement for amendment Agreed to  626.

 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  597

 

Page  139,  line  4,  leave out Clause 181

 

Clause, as amended, Agreed to on division.

 


 

Joanna Cherry

 

Gavin Newlands

 

Not selected  598

 

Page  139,  line  39,  leave out Clause 182

 

Clause Agreed to on division.

 


 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not moved  728

 

Clause  183,  page  140,  line  35,  leave out from “178(5)(a)” to end of line and insert

 

“and the purposes must be specified in as much detail as is reasonably practicable”

 

Keir Starmer

 

Jo Stevens

 

Christian Matheson

 

Peter Kyle

 

Stephen Kinnock

 

Sue Hayman

 

Not called  729

 

Clause  183,  page  140,  line  36,  leave out “may” and insert “must”


 
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