Session 2017-19
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Tuesday 11 July 2017


Committee of the whole House




Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing Bill




This document shows the fate of each clause, schedule, amendment and new clause.


The following terms are used:


Agreed to: agreed without a vote.


Agreed to on division: agreed following a vote.


Negatived: rejected without a vote.


Negatived on division: rejected following a vote.


Not called: debated in a group of amendments, but not put to a decision.


Not moved: not debated or put to a decision.


Question proposed: debate underway but not concluded.


Withdrawn after debate: moved and debated but then withdrawn, so not put to a decision.


Not selected: not chosen for debate by the Chair.




Andy McDonald


Karl Turner


Cat Smith


Rachael Maskell


Negatived on division  2


Clause  1,  page  1,  line  13,  at end insert—



The Government must publish a review within one year of this Act receiving


Royal Assent on the impact on UK consumers using EU-based companies


affected by changes to consumer protection introduced by this section.”


Clause Agreed to.



Committee of the whole House Proceedings: 11 July 2017      



Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing Bill, continued


Patricia Gibson


Alan Brown


Withdrawn  1


Clause  2,  page  2,  line  10,  at end insert—



Regulations under subsection (6) may not be laid before Parliament until the


Secretary of State has published an assessment of their impact and has launched


a consultation on the proposed amendments to the definition of “Air Travel




Andy McDonald


Karl Turner


Cat Smith


Rachael Maskell


Negatived on division  3


Clause  2,  page  2,  line  10,  at end insert —



Before laying regulations under subsection (6), the Secretary of State must


publish a full impact assessment and consult on the proposals.”


Clause Agreed to.


Clauses 3 and 4 Agreed to.



New Clause


Patricia Gibson


Alan Brown


Negatived on division  NC1


To move the following Clause—



“Potential impact of leaving the EU on consumer protection under the ATOL





The Secretary of State must carry out an assessment of the potential impact of the


UK’s exit from the European Union on consumer protection under the Air Travel


Organisers’ Licensing scheme and the Air Travel Trust.



The Secretary of State must lay a report of the assessment before Parliament


within 12 months of the passing of this Act, and once in each calendar year




Bill to be reported without amendment.




Revised 11 July 2017