Children and Families Bill

tenth
marshalled
list of Amendments
to be moved
in grand committee

The amendments have been marshalled in accordance with the Instruction of 8th July 2013, as follows—

Clauses 73 and 74
Schedule 4
Clauses 75 to 87
Schedule 5
Clause 88
Schedule 6
Clauses 89 to 98
Schedule 7
Clauses 99 to 112

[Amendments marked * are new or have been altered]

After Clause 73

LORD STOREY

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

224

Insert the following new Clause—

“PART 3B

YOUNG CARERS

Duty on local authorities

(1)   Where it appears to a local authority that a child within their area may
provide or be about to provide care to an adult or a child who is disabled,
the authority must—

(a)   assess whether the child has needs for support relating to their
caring role (or is likely to have such needs in the future), and

(b)   if the child is found to have such needs, set out what those needs are
(or are likely to be in the future).

(2)   Having carried out an assessment under subsection (1), the authority must
meet those needs for support which it considers to be necessary to meet in
order to safeguard and promote the child’s welfare.

(3)   Having carried out an assessment under subsection (1), a local authority
must also consider whether the adult is or may be eligible for assessment
under the Care Act 2013, and if so must ensure such an assessment is
carried out unless that adult objects.

(4)   Having carried out an assessment under subsection (1), a local authority
must consider whether, in the case of a child who is caring for a disabled
child, the child being cared for requires an assessment under the Children
Act 1989 and if so shall carry out that assessment unless the person with
parental responsibility for that child objects.

(5)   The Secretary of State shall issue guidance in relation to the duties set out
in subsections (1) to (4).

(6)   The Secretary of State shall only issue guidance under subsection (5) after
having first consulted persons whom the Secretary of State considers to be
appropriate.

(7)   Any service provided by an authority in exercise of their functions under
this section may also be provided for the family or for any member of the
child’s family, and may include—

(a)   services to the adult the child is providing care for to meet the
adult’s needs for care and support; and

(b)   services to the adult to enhance their parenting capacity.

(8)   An authority must provide services under subsection (7) if the authority
considers that this is in the best interests of safeguarding or promoting the
child’s welfare.”

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

225

Insert the following new Clause—

“Duty to ensure sufficient support

(1)   It shall be the general duty of every local authority to take steps to ensure
that, so far as reasonably practicable, a range and level of services are
provided sufficient to improve the wellbeing of young carers who are
ordinarily resident in their area.

(2)   The reference in subsection (1) to services may include those provided by
institutions referred to elsewhere in this Act, as well as to those provided
on a regular basis by charitable and voluntary organisations.

(3)   In discharging its duty under subsection (1), a local authority must have
regard to—

(a)   data gathered by other agencies in exercising their duties under
sections (Health bodies: duties with respect to young carers), (Schools:
duties with respect to young carers
) and (Further and higher education
institutions: duties with respect to student carers
);

(b)   any guidance given from time to time by the Secretary of State.”

226

Insert the following new Clause—

“Duty to assess social care provision for young carers

(1)   In determining for the purposes of section (Duty to ensure sufficient support)
whether the provision of social care support is sufficient to meet the needs
of young carers, a local authority must—

(a)   undertake an assessment of social care needs of disabled people
and young carers in their area;

(b)   undertake an assessment of the sufficiency of the supply of social
care services for disabled people and young carers in their area;

(c)   publish a strategy setting out the steps to ensuring sufficiency of
supply of social care services for disabled people and young carers
in their area;

(d)   have regard to any guidance given from time to time by the
Secretary of State; and

(e)   any further requirements the Secretary of State deems necessary.

(2)   In relation to subsection (1)(a) and (b), the Secretary of State may by
regulations define the assessments of social care needs and sufficiency of
supply of social care services.”

227

Insert the following new Clause—

“Health bodies: duties with respect to young carers

(1)   In exercising their general functions health bodies must—

(a)   promote and safeguard the wellbeing of young carers;

(b)   ensure that effective procedures exist to identify patients who are or
are about to become carers;

(c)   ensure that effective procedures exist to identify patients who it
may be reasonably assumed may be receiving care from a child or
young person for whom they are responsible;

(d)   ensure that appropriate systems exist to ensure that carers receive
appropriate information and advice; and

(e)   ensure that systems are in place to ensure that the relevant general
medical services are rendered to their patients who are young
carers, or to the young carers of their patients.

(2)   In relation to subsection (1)(b), (c) and (d), the Secretary of State may by
regulations further provide for the strategies to be developed.”

228

Insert the following new Clause—

“Schools: duties with respect to young carers

(1)   The appropriate authorities of schools must ensure that, within 12 months
of the passing of this Act, they take all reasonable steps to ensure that there
is in place a policy which—

(a)   identifies young carers within the school; and

(b)   makes arrangements for the provision within school of appropriate
support to promote the wellbeing and improve the educational
attainment of pupils who are young carers.

(2)   In discharging its duty under subsection (1), where appropriate the
authority must—

(a)   consult the family of the child or young person identified, or the
young person themselves;

(b)   involve the local authority in which the identified pupil is
ordinarily resident;

(c)   refer the identified pupil to additional services outside the school;

(d)   have regard to any guidance given from time to time by the
Secretary of State.

(3)   The “appropriate authority” for a school is—

(a)   in the case of a maintained school, the governing body;

(b)   in the case of an Academy, the proprietor;

(c)   in the case of a pupil referral unit, the management committee.”

229

Insert the following new Clause—

“Further and higher educational institutions: duties with respect to student
carers

(1)   The responsible body of an institution to which this section applies must,
within 12 months of the passing of this Act, identify or make arrangements
to identify student carers and have a policy in place on promoting the
wellbeing of student carers.

(2)   This section applies to—

(a)   a university;

(b)   any other institution within the higher education sector;

(c)   an institution within the further education sector.

(3)   A responsible body is—

(a)   in the case of an institution in subsection (2)(a) or (b), the governing
body;

(b)   in the case of a college of further education under the management
of a board of management, the board of management;

(c)   in the case of any other college of further education, any board of
governors of the college or any person responsible for the
management of the college, whether or not formally constituted as
a governing body or board of governors.

(4)   In discharging its duty under subsection (1), where appropriate the
authority must—

(a)   consult with the family of the child or young person identified, or
the young person themselves;

(b)   involve the local authority in which the identified pupil is
ordinarily resident;

(c)   refer the identified student to additional services outside of the
institution; and

(d)   have regard to any guidance given from time to time by the
Secretary of State.”

230

Insert the following new Clause—

“Interpretation

In this Part—

“carer” has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Carers
(Recognition and Services) Act 1995;

“young carer” means a person under 18 years of age who carries out
caring tasks and assumes a level of responsibility for another
person which would normally be carried out by an adult;

“student carer” means a person enrolled with an institution in the
further or higher education sector who carries out caring tasks and
assumes a level of responsibility for another person with a
disability;

“wellbeing” means the state of young carers so far as relating to—

(a)   physical and mental health and emotional wellbeing;

(b)   control by them over their day-to-day lives;

(c)   participation in education, training or recreation;

(d)   social and economic well-being;

(e)   domestic, family and personal relationships;

(f)   the contribution made by them to society.

“children’s services” means services that could be provided under
section 17(1) of the Children Act 1989;

“community care services” has the same meaning as in section 46(3) of
the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990;

“disability” has the same meaning as in section 6 of the Equality Act
2010;

“general medical services” has the same meaning as in the National
Health Service Act 2006;

“health bodies” includes—

(a)   “clinical commissioning groups”, which has the same
meaning as in section 1I of the National Health Service Act
2006;

(b)   “foundation trusts”, which has the same meaning as in
section 30 of the National Health Service Act 2006;

(c)   “NHS trusts”, which have the same meaning as in section 25
of the National Health Service Act 2006; and

(d)   “the NHS Commissioning Board”, which has the same
meaning as in section 1H of the National Health Service Act
2006;

“higher education” and “further education” have the same meanings
as in section 94 of the Equality Act 2010;

“local authority” means a county council, district council, London
borough council, the Greater London Authority or the Common
Council of the City of London;

“social care services” means any support that could be provided by a
local authority in discharge of its functions under the Local
Authority Social Services Act 1970 or pursuant to its powers under
section 2 of the Local Government Act 2000.”

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS WALMSLEY

LORD CORMACK

231

Insert the following new Clause—

“Personal and social education

After section 78 of the Education Act 2002 insert—

“78A           Duty of schools to promote the academic, spiritual, cultural,
mental and physical development of children

(1)   All schools shall make explicit to parents, school governors and
pupils how they deliver—

(a)   school policies which contribute to the health and well
being of pupils;

(b)   pastoral care focused on the safety and well being of pupils
and which, where appropriate, works in conjunction with
support systems from agencies outside the school;

(c)   a school ethos which fosters respect for self and others;

(d)   a school curriculum from which pupils gain the information
and skills to support their academic, emotional, moral,
physical and cultural well being and which prepares them
for adult life; and

(e)   the school’s commitment to democratic principles and good
citizenship.

(2)   The above shall be delivered as appropriate to the age, readiness
and needs of pupils in the school.””

232

[Withdrawn]

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

232(Rev)

Insert the following new Clause—

“Personal, social and health education in maintained schools

(1)   In section 84(3) of the Education Act 2002 (curriculum foundation subjects
for the first, second and third key stages), after paragraph (g) there is
inserted—

“(ga)   personal, social and health education”.

(2)   In section 85(4) of the Education Act 2002 (curriculum foundation subjects
for the fourth key stage), at the end there is inserted “, and

(d)   personal, social and health education”.

(3)   In section 74(1) of the Education and Inspections Act 2006, which (when
brought into force) will substitute a new section 85 in the Education Act
2002, in subsection (4) of that substituted section (foundation subjects for
the fourth key stage), at the end there is inserted “, and

(d)   personal, social and health education.”

(4)   Before section 86 of the Education Act 2002 there is inserted—

“85B          Personal, social and health education

(1)   For the purposes of this Part, personal, social and health education
(“PSHE”) shall include sex and relationship education, including
information about same-sex relationships, sexual violence,
domestic violence and sexual consent.

(2)   The National Curriculum for England is not required to specify
attainment targets or assessment arrangements for PSHE (and
section 84(1) has effect accordingly).

(3)   The Secretary of State for Education shall set out guidance to
schools and colleges to ensure that a coherent approach to personal,
social, health and economic education is developed, including
between primary and secondary schools.

(4)   It is the duty of the governing body and head teacher of any school
in which PSHE is provided in pursuance of this Part to secure that
guidance issued under subsection (3) is followed and that—

(a)   information presented in the course of providing PSHE
should be accurate and balanced;

(b)   PSHE is taught in a way that is appropriate to the ages of the
pupils concerned and to their religious and cultural
backgrounds, and reflects a reasonable range of religious,
cultural and other perspectives;

(c)   PSHE is taught in a way that endeavours to promote
equality, celebrate diversity, and emphasise the importance
of both rights and responsibilities.

(5)   In the exercise of their functions under this Part so far as relating to
PSHE, a local authority, governing body or head teacher shall have
regard to any guidance issued from time to time by the Secretary of
State.”

(5)   Section 403 of the Education Act 1996 (sex education: manner of provision)
is amended as set out in subsections (6) to (9).

(6)   In subsection (1), for the words from the beginning to “at a maintained
school” there is substituted “The governing body or other proprietor of any
school to which this section applies, and its head teacher, must take such
steps as are reasonably practicable to ensure that sex and relationships
education is given to registered pupils at the school and that”.

(7)   After that subsection there is inserted—

“(1ZA)   The school to which this section applies are—

(a)   maintained schools;

(b)   city technology colleges;

(c)   city colleges for the technology of the arts;

(d)   Academies.

A reference in this section or section 404 to the governing body of a
school, in relation to a school within paragraph (b), (c) or (d), shall
be read as a reference to the proprietor of the school.”

(8)   In subsection (1A)—

(a)   for “when sex education is given to registered pupils at
maintained schools” there is substituted “when sex and
relationships education is given to registered pupils at
schools to which this section applies”;

(b)   in paragraph (a), after “, and” there is inserted “learn the
nature of civil partnership and the importance of strong and
stable relationships.”;

(c)   paragraph (b) is omitted.

(9)   In subsection (1C), for “sex education” there is substituted “sex and
relationships education”.

(10)   In section 579 of the Education Act 1996 (general interpretation), in
the definition of “sex education” in subsection (1)—

(a)   for “sex education” there is substituted “sex and
relationships education”;

(b)   at the end there is inserted “but does not include education
about human reproduction provided as part of any science
teaching;”.

(11)   In section 405 of the Education Act 1996 (Exemption from sex
education) for “If the parent of any pupil in attendance at a
maintained school requests”, there is substituted—

“(1)   If the parent of a pupil under the age of 15 in attendance at
a school in England to which section 403 applies requests
that the pupil may be wholly or partly excused from
receiving sex and relationships education at the school, the
pupil shall be so excused accordingly until—

(a)   the request is withdrawn, or

(b)   the pupil attains the age of 15.

(2)   If the parent of any pupil in attendance at a maintained
school in Wales requests.””

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

THE LORD BISHOP OF NORWICH

BARONESS KIDRON

233

Insert the following new Clause—

“Sex and relationship education guidance

(1)   The Secretary of State will, within six months of this Act coming into force,
establish a working group to review and update the sex and relationship
education guidance for schools.

(2)   The working group established under subsection (1) will include young
people, teachers, professionals and online experts.

(3)   In performing its functions under subsection (1), the working group will
have particular regard to the need for the guidance to make reference to—

(a)   the role of the internet, social media and mobile technology in sex
and relationship education;

(b)   online bullying and harassment.”

THE EARL OF LISTOWEL

BARONESS NEUBERGER

THE LORD BISHOP OF LEICESTER

BARONESS BUTLER-SLOSS

234

Insert the following new Clause—

“Welfare of children: asylum seekers

(1)   Schedule 3 to the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
(withholding and withdrawal of support) is amended as follows.

(2)   In paragraph 6(1), after “person” insert “who entered the United Kingdom
as an adult”.

(3)   In paragraph 7, after “person” insert “who entered the United Kingdom as
an adult”.”

Before Clause 74

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

235

Insert the following new Clause—

“Staff to child ratios: Ofsted-registered childminder settings

(1)   This section applies to Ofsted-registered childminder settings.

(2)   The ratio of staff to children under the age of eight must be no less than one
to six, where—

(a)   a maximum of three children may be young children;

(b)   a maximum of one child is under the age of one.

(3)   Any care provided by childminders for older children must not adversely
affect the care of children receiving early years provision.

(4)   If a childminder can demonstrate to parents, carers and inspectors, that the
individual needs of all the children are being met, then in addition to the
ratio set out in subsection (2), they may also care for—

(a)   babies who are siblings of the children referred to in subsection (2),
or

(b)   their own baby.

(5)   If children aged between four and five years only attend the childminding
setting outside of normal school hours or the normal school term time, they
may be cared for at the same time as three other young children, provided
that at no time does the ratio of staff to children under the age of eight
exceed one to six.

(6)   If a childminder employs an assistant or works with another childminder,
each childminder or assistant may care for the number of children
permitted by the ratios specified in subsections (2), (4) and (5).

(7)   Children may only be left in the sole care of a childminder’s assistant for
two hours in a single day.

(8)   Childminders must obtain the permission of a child’s parents or carers
before that child can be left in the sole care of a childminder’s assistant.

(9)   The ratios in subsections (2), (4) and (5) apply to childminders providing
overnight care, provided that the children are continuously monitored,
which may be through the use of electronic equipment.

(10)   For the purposes of this section a child is—

(a)   a “young child” up until 1 September following his or her fifth
birthday;

(b)   an “older child” after the 1 September following his or her fifth
birthday.”

236

Insert the following new Clause—

“Staff to child ratios: Ofsted-registered non-domestic childminder

(1)   This section applies to Ofsted-registered, non-domestic childcare settings.

(2)   For children aged under two—

(a)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to three;

(b)   at least one member of staff must hold a full and relevant level 3
qualification, and must be suitably experienced in working with
children under two;

(c)   at least half of all other members of staff must hold a full and
relevant level 2 qualification;

(d)   at least half of all members of staff must have received training in
care for babies; and

(e)   where there is a dedicated area solely for children under two years
old, the member of staff in charge of that area must, in the
judgement of their employer, have suitable experience of working
with children under two years old.

(3)   For children between the ages of two and three—

(a)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to four;

(b)   at least one member of staff must hold a full and relevant level 3
qualification; and

(c)   at least half of all other members of staff must hold a full and
relevant level 2 qualification.

(4)   Where there is registered early years provision, which operates between 8
am and 4 pm, and a member of staff with Qualified Teacher Status, Early
Years Professional Status or other full and relevant level 6 qualification is
working directly with the children, for children aged three and over—

(a)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to 13; and

(b)   at least one other member of staff must hold a full and relevant level
3 qualification.

(5)   Where there is registered early years provision, which operates outside the
hours of 8 am and 4 pm, and between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm where a
member of staff with Qualified Teacher Status, Early Years Professional
Status or other full and relevant level 6 qualification is not working directly
with the children, for children aged three and over—

(a)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to eight;

(b)   at least one member of staff must hold a full and relevant level 3
qualification; and

(c)   at least half of all other staff must hold a full and relevant level 2
qualification.

(6)   In independent schools where—

(a)   a member of staff with Qualified Teacher Status, Early Years
Professional Status or other full and relevant level 6 qualification;

(b)   an instructor; or

(c)   a suitably qualified overseas-trained teacher is working directly
with the children, for children aged three and over—

(i)   for classes where the majority of children will reach the age
of five or older within the school year, the ratio of staff to
children must be no less than one to 30;

(ii)   for all other classes the ratio of staff to children must be no
less than one to 13; and

(iii)   at least one other member of staff must hold a full and
relevant level 3 qualification.

(7)   In independent schools where there is—

(a)   no member of staff with Qualified Teacher Status, Early Years
Professional Status or other full and relevant level 6 qualification;

(b)   no instructor; or

(c)   no suitably qualified overseas-trained teacher, working directly
with the children, for children aged three and over—

(i)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to eight;

(ii)   at least one member of staff must hold a full and relevant
level 3 qualification; and

(iii)   at least half of all other members of staff must hold a full and
relevant level 2 qualification.

(8)   In maintained nursery schools and nursery classes in maintained schools
(except reception classes)—

(a)   the ratio of staff to children must be no less than one to 13;

(b)   at least one member of staff must be a school teacher as defined by
section 122(3) (power to prescribe pay and conditions) of the
Education Act 2002 and Schedule 2 to the Education (School
Teachers’ Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2003; and

(c)   at least one other member of staff must hold a full and relevant level
3 qualification.

(9)   The Secretary of State may make provision in statutory guidance to—

(a)   define qualifications as “full and relevant”; and

(b)   define “suitable experience” for those working with children under
two.

(10)   If HM Chief Inspector of Education is concerned about the quality of
provision or the safety and wellbeing of children in a setting he may
impose different ratios.”

Clause 74

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

237

Page 51, line 10, at beginning insert “If, after a consultation period of not less than
three months, and the publication of a response to the consultation, the Secretary
of State is satisfied with the provisions, he may make an order so that”

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

 


The above-named Lords give notice of their intention to oppose the Question that Clause 74
stand part of the Bill.

After Clause 74

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

238

Insert the following new Clause—

“Childminder agencies special educational provision function

(1)   Registered childminder agencies must designate a member of staff (to be
known as the SEN co-ordinator) as having responsibility for co-ordinating
special educational provision for a child in the care of childcare providers
registered with those agencies.

(2)   Special educational provision for children in the care of childcare providers
registered with childminder agencies will be subject to the duties imposed
under Part 3.

(3)   Regulations may—

(a)   require registered childminder agencies which are subject to this
duty to ensure that SEN co-ordinators have prescribed
qualifications or prescribed experience (or both);

(b)   prescribe the steps taken by SEN co-ordinators in respect of how
they manage special educational provision for children in the care
of childcare providers registered with childminder agencies;

(c)   confer guidance relating to how SEN co-ordinators promote the
early identification of children with special educational needs in the
care of childcare providers registered with childminder agencies.

(4)   In discharging their duties under this section, a registered childminder
agency must have regard to any guidance given from time to time by the
Secretary of State.

(5)   In this section—

“SEN co-ordinator” has the same meaning as in Part 3;

“special education provision” has the same meaning as in Part 3.”

Schedule 4

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

239

Page 164, line 15, after “agency” insert “, or any individual childminder registered
at the agency,”

240

Page 164, line 29, at end insert—

“( )   The Chief Inspector must at such intervals as may be prescribed
inspect all early years provision registered with an early years
childminder agency.”

LORD NASH

240A

Page 175, line 21, at end insert—

“( )   Regulations by virtue of subsection (1) which make provision
about the suspension of the registration of an early years
provider or a later years provider with a childminder agency
must include provision conferring on the registered provider a
right of appeal to the Tribunal against suspension.”

240B

Page 178, line 17, leave out sub-paragraph (3)

240C

Page 178, line 24, leave out sub-paragraph (4)

240D

Page 179, line 32, leave out “member,”

240E

Page 179, line 32, after “of” insert “, or partner in,”

240F

Page 179, line 34, leave out “or otherwise work for such an agency.” and insert “be
a member of the governing body of such an agency, or otherwise be directly
concerned in the management of such an agency, or”

240G

Page 179, line 34, at end insert—

“(d)   work for such an agency in any capacity which involves
entering premises on which early years provision or later
years provision is being provided.”

240H

Page 179, line 34, at end insert—

“(1A)    No early years childminder agency or later years childminder
agency may employ a person who is disqualified from
registration by regulations under section 76A in any capacity
which involves—

(a)   being directly concerned in the management of an early
years childminder agency or a later years childminder
agency, or

(b)   entering premises on which early years provision or later
years provision is being provided.”

240J

Page 179, leave out lines 35 to 40

240K

Page 179, line 41, leave out “(2)” and insert “(1A)”

240L

Page 179, line 41, at end insert—

“( )   A person (“P”) who contravenes subsection (1A) is not guilty of
an offence under subsection (3) if P proves that P did not know,
and had no reasonable grounds for believing, that the person
whom P was employing was disqualified from registration.”

240M

Page 181, line 33, leave out “member,”

240N

Page 181, line 33, after “of” insert “, or partner in,”

240P

Page 181, line 34, after “agency,” insert “a member of its governing body or
otherwise directly concerned in the management of the agency,”

240Q

Page 183, line 20, at end insert—

   (1)   Section 87 (offences by bodies corporate) is amended as follows.

(1)   In subsection (1) for “This section” substitute “Subsection (2)”.

(2)   After subsection (2) insert—

“(3)   Subsection (4) applies where any offence under this Part is
committed by a partnership.

(4)   If the offence is proved to have been committed with the
consent or connivance of, or to be attributable to any neglect
on the part of, any partner, that partner (as well as the
partnership) is guilty of the offence and liable to be proceeded
against and punished accordingly.”

(3)   In the title, at the end insert (and partnerships”.”

Clause 75

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

 


The above-named Lords give notice of their intention to oppose the Question that Clause 75
stand part of the Bill.

Clause 76

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

 


The above-named Lords give notice of their intention to oppose the Question that Clause 76
stand part of the Bill.

After Clause 76

LORD NASH

240R

Insert the following new Clause—

“Discharge of authority’s duty to secure free early years provision

(1)   Part 1 of the Childcare Act 2006 (general functions of local authorities in
England in relation to childcare) is amended as follows.

(2)   After section 7 (duty to secure early years provision free of charge in
accordance with regulations) insert—

“7A Discharge of duty under section 7

(1)   Regulations may require an English local authority to discharge its
duty to a young child under section 7 by making arrangements
which secure that an early years provider chosen by a parent of the
child provides the early years provision to which the child is
entitled in cases where—

(a)   the early years provider is willing to provide it, and

(b)   the early years provider is also willing to accept—

(i)   any terms as to the payments which would be made
to him or her in respect of the provision, and

(ii)   any requirements which would be imposed in
respect of it.

(2)   Arrangements made by an authority to satisfy any requirement
imposed under subsection (1) may be made with an early years
provider or with an early years childminder agency or any other
person who is able to arrange for an early years provider to provide
early years provision.

(3)   The regulations may provide that such a requirement—

(a)   applies only if the early years provider is of a prescribed
description;

(b)   applies only if the early years provision provided by the
early years provider is of a prescribed description;

(c)   does not apply in prescribed circumstances.

(4)   The regulations may provide that arrangements made by an
authority for the purpose of complying with such a requirement
must include provision allowing the local authority to terminate the
arrangements in prescribed circumstances.

(5)   In this section—

“early years childminder agency” and “early years provider”
have the same meanings as in Part 3;

“parent” has the same meaning as in section 2.”

(3)   After section 9 (arrangements between local authority and childcare
providers) insert—

“9A Arrangements made by local authorities for the purposes of
section 7

Regulations may provide that arrangements made by an English
local authority for the purpose of discharging its duty under section
7—

(a)   may impose requirements on the person with whom the
arrangements are made only if the requirements are of a
prescribed description;

(b)   may not impose requirements of a prescribed description on
the person with whom the arrangements are made.””

After Clause 78

LORD NASH

241

Insert the following new Clause—

“Young carers

(1)   In Part 3 of the Children Act 1989, after section 17 insert—

“17ZA           Young carers’ needs assessments: England

(1)   A local authority in England must assess whether a young carer
within their area has needs for support and, if so, what those needs
are, if—

(a)   it appears to the authority that the young carer may have
needs for support, or

(b)   the authority receive a request from the young carer or a
parent of the young carer to assess the young carer’s needs
for support.

(2)   An assessment under subsection (1) is referred to in this Part as a
“young carer’s needs assessment”.

(3)   In this Part “young carer” means a person under 18 who provides
or intends to provide care for another person (but this is qualified
by section 17ZB(3)).

(4)   Subsection (1) does not apply in relation to a young carer if the local
authority have previously carried out a care-related assessment of
the young carer in relation to the same person cared for.

(5)   But subsection (1) does apply (and so a young carer’s needs
assessment must be carried out) if it appears to the authority that
the needs or circumstances of the young carer or the person cared
for have changed since the last care-related assessment.

(6)   “Care-related assessment” means—

(a)   a young carer’s needs assessment;

(b)   an assessment under any of the following—

(i)   section 1 of the Carers (Recognition and Services)
Act 1995;

(ii)   section 1 of the Carers and Disabled Children Act
2000;

(iii)   section 4(3) of the Community Care (Delayed
Discharges) Act 2003.

(7)   A young carer’s needs assessment must include an assessment of
whether it is appropriate for the young carer to provide, or continue
to provide, care for the person in question, in the light of the young
carer’s needs for support, other needs and wishes.

(8)   A local authority, in carrying out a young carer’s needs assessment,
must have regard to—

(a)   the extent to which the young carer is participating in or
wishes to participate in education, training or recreation,
and

(b)   the extent to which the young carer works or wishes to
work.

(9)   A local authority, in carrying out a young carer’s needs assessment,
must involve—

(a)   the young carer,

(b)   the young carer’s parents, and

(c)   any person whom the young carer or a parent of the young
carer requests the authority to involve.

(10)   A local authority that have carried out a young carer’s needs
assessment must give a written record of the assessment to—

(a)   the young carer,

(b)   the young carer’s parents, and

(c)   any person to whom the young carer or a parent of the
young carer requests the authority to give a copy.

(11)   Where the person cared for is under 18, the written record must
state whether the local authority consider him or her to be a child in
need.

(12)   A local authority in England must take reasonable steps to identify
the extent to which there are young carers within their area who
have needs for support.

17ZB        Young carers’ needs assessments: supplementary

(1)   This section applies for the purposes of section 17ZA.

(2)   “Parent”, in relation to a young carer, includes—

(a)   a parent of the young carer who does not have parental
responsibility for the young carer, and

(b)   a person who is not a parent of the young carer but who has
parental responsibility for the young carer.

(3)   A person is not a young carer if the person provides or intends to
provide care—

(a)   under or by virtue of a contract, or

(b)   as voluntary work.

(4)   But in a case where the local authority consider that the relationship
between the person cared for and the person under 18 providing or
intending to provide care is such that it would be appropriate for
the person under 18 to be regarded as a young carer, that person is
to be regarded as such (and subsection (3) is therefore to be ignored
in that case).

(5)   The references in section 17ZA and this section to providing care
include a reference to providing practical or emotional support.

(6)   Where a local authority—

(a)   are required to carry out a young carer’s needs assessment,
and

(b)   are required or have decided to carry out some other
assessment of the young carer or of the person cared for;

the local authority may, subject to subsection (7), combine the
assessments.

(7)   A young carer’s needs assessment may be combined with an
assessment of the person cared for only if the young carer and the
person cared for agree.

(8)   The Secretary of State may by regulations make further provision
about carrying out a young carer’s needs assessment; the
regulations may, in particular—

(a)   specify matters to which a local authority is to have regard
in carrying out a young carer’s needs assessment;

(b)   specify matters which a local authority is to determine in
carrying out a young carer’s needs assessment;

(c)   make provision about the manner in which a young carer’s
needs assessment is to be carried out;

(d)   make provision about the form a young carer’s needs
assessment is to take.

(9)   The Secretary of State may by regulations amend the list in section
17ZA(6)(b) so as to—

(a)   add an entry,

(b)   remove an entry, or

(c)   vary an entry.

17ZC        Consideration of young carers’ needs assessments

A local authority that carry out a young carer’s needs assessment
must consider the assessment and decide—

(a)   whether the young carer has needs for support in relation to
the care which he or she provides or intends to provide;

(b)   if so, whether those needs could be satisfied (wholly or
partly) by services which the authority may provide under
section 17; and

(c)   if they could be so satisfied, whether or not to provide any
such services in relation to the young carer.”

(2)   In section 104 of the Children Act 1989 (regulations and orders)—

(a)   in subsections (2) and (3A) (regulations within subsection (3B) or
(3C) not subject to annulment but to be approved in draft) before
“(3B)” insert “(3AA),”, and

(b)   after subsection (3A) insert—

“(3AA)   Regulations fall within this subsection if they are
regulations made in the exercise of the power conferred by
section 17ZB(9).””

241A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Duty to support pupils with medical conditions

(1)   The appropriate authority for a school to which this section applies must
make arrangements for supporting pupils at the school with medical
conditions.

(2)   In meeting the duty in subsection (1) the appropriate authority must have
regard to guidance issued by the Secretary of State.

(3)   The duty in subsection (1) does not apply in relation to a pupil who is a
young child for the purposes of Part 3 of the Childcare Act 2006 (regulation
of provision of childcare in England).

(4)   This section applies to the following schools in England—

(a)   a maintained school;

(b)   an Academy school;

(c)   an alternative provision Academy;

(d)   a pupil referral unit.

(5)   In this section—

“the appropriate authority for a school” means—

(a)   in the case of a maintained school, the governing body,

(b)   in the case of an Academy, the proprietor, and

(c)   in the case of a pupil referral unit, the managing committee;

“maintained school” means—

(a)   a community, foundation or voluntary school, within the
meaning of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998,
or

(b)   a community or foundation special school, within the
meaning of that Act.

(6)   The Education Act 1996 and this section are to be read as if this section were
included in that Act.”

241B

Insert the following new Clause—

“Local authority functions relating to children etc: intervention

(1)   Section 497A of the Education Act 1996 (which confers power on the
Secretary of State to secure the proper performance of local authority
education functions, and is applied to social services functions relating to
children by section 50 of the Children Act 2004 and to functions relating to
childcare by section 15 of the Childcare Act 2006) is amended in accordance
with subsection (2).

(2)   After subsection (4A) insert—

“(4AA)   So far as is appropriate in consequence of a direction given under
subsection (4A), a reference (however expressed) in an enactment,
instrument or other document to a local authority is to be read as a
reference to the person by whom the function is exercisable.

(4AB)   Subsection (4AC) applies if a direction given under subsection (4A)
expires or is revoked without being replaced.

(4AC)   So far as is appropriate in consequence of the expiry or revocation,
a reference (however expressed) in an instrument or other
document to the person by whom the function was exercisable is to
be read as a reference to the local authority to which the direction
was given”.

(3)   In section 15 of the Local Government Act 1999 (Secretary of State’s power
to secure compliance with requirements of Part 1 of that Act) after
subsection (6) insert—

“(6A)    So far as is appropriate in consequence of a direction given under
subsection (6)(a), a reference (however expressed) in an enactment,
instrument or other document to a best value authority is to be read
as a reference to the person by whom the function is exercisable.

(6B)   Subsection (6C) applies if a direction given under subsection (6)(a)
expires or is revoked without being replaced.

(6C)   So far as is appropriate in consequence of the expiry or revocation,
a reference (however expressed) in an instrument or other
document to the person by whom the function was exercisable is to
be read as a reference to the best value authority to which the
direction was given.””

241BA

Insert the following new Clause—

“Disqualification from carrying on, or being employed in, a children’s home

(1)   Section 65 of the Children Act 1989 (person disqualified from fostering a
child privately to be disqualified from carrying on etc children’s home) is
amended as follows.

(2)   Before subsection (1) insert—

“(A1)   A person (“P”) who is disqualified (under section 68) from fostering
a child privately must not carry on, or be otherwise concerned in the
management of, or have any financial interest in, a children’s home
in England unless—

(a)   P has, within the period of 28 days beginning with the day
on which P became aware of P’s disqualification, disclosed
to the appropriate authority the fact that P is so disqualified,
and

(b)   P has obtained the appropriate authority’s written consent.

(A2)   A person (“E”) must not employ a person (“P”) who is so
disqualified in a children’s home in England unless—

(a)   E has, within the period of 28 days beginning with the day
on which E became aware of P’s disqualification, disclosed
to the appropriate authority the fact that P is so disqualified,
and

(b)   E has obtained the appropriate authority’s written consent.”

(3)   In subsection (1), after “children’s home” insert “in Wales”.

(4)   In subsection (2), after “children’s home” insert “in Wales”.

(5)   In subsection (4), after “subsection” insert “(A1), (A2),”.

(6)   In subsection (5) after “subsection” insert “(A2) or”.”

241C

Insert the following new Clause—

“Objectives and standards for establishments and agencies in England

(1)   In section 22 of the Care Standards Act 2000 (regulation of establishments
and agencies), in subsection (1), for the words from “may in particular” to
the end substitute “—

(a)   regulations made by the Secretary of State may in particular
make any provision such as is mentioned in subsection (1A),
(2), (7) or (8), and

(b)   regulations made by the Welsh Ministers may in particular
make any provision such as is mentioned in subsection (2),
(7) or (8).”

(2)   In that section, after subsection (1) insert—

“(1A)    Regulations made by the Secretary of State may prescribe objectives
and standards which must be met in relation to an establishment or
agency for which the CIECSS is the registration authority.””

241D

Insert the following new Clause—

“National minimum standards for establishments and agencies in England

(none)   In section 23 of the Care Standards Act 2000 (national minimum standards),
after subsection (1) insert—

“(1A)    The standards applicable to an establishment or agency for which
the CIECSS is the registration authority may, in particular, explain
or supplement requirements imposed in relation to that
establishment or agency by regulations under section 22.””

THE EARL OF LISTOWEL

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

242

Insert the following new Clause—

“PART 4A

CHILDREN’S CENTRES

Birth registration pilot scheme

(none)   Local authorities must establish a pilot scheme to trial the registration of
births within children’s centres, and evaluate the effectiveness of the
scheme to—

(a)   identify and contact new families; and

(b)   enable children’s centres to reach more families, in particular those
with children under the age of two, or who the local authority
consider—

(i)   hard to reach, or

(ii)   vulnerable.”

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS BRINTON

243

Insert the following new Clause—

“PART 4A

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN

Actions due to a belief of possession by spirits

(1)   Section 1 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1993 (cruelty to persons
under sixteen) is amended as follows.

(2)   In subsection (1) omit the words “and has responsibility for any child or
young person under that age,” and for the word “him” substitute “any
child or young person under that age”.

(3)   In subsection (2), after paragraph (b) insert—

“(c)   in subsection (1) the meaning of “ill-treats” includes the
communication by word or by action a belief that the child
is possessed by evil spirits or has supernatural harmful
powers—

(i)   to the child concerned, or

(ii)   to anyone connected to that child.””

THE EARL OF LISTOWEL

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

244

Insert the following new Clause—

“Information and data sharing

(1)   NHS trusts shall make arrangements to share with local authorities records
of live births to parents resident in their area, to be used by the local
authority for the purposes of identifying and contacting new families
through children’s centres and any other early years outreach services it
may operate.

(2)   The Secretary of State must, within a period of six months of this Act being
passed, bring forward regulations placing consequential requirements on
trusts and local authorities in exercising their duty under subsection (1),
including, but not limited to—

(a)   the format of arrangements made;

(b)   the safeguarding of information;

(c)   the circumstances in which it would not be appropriate for a trust
to provide information to local authorities;

(d)   the regularity of data transfers;

(e)   timescales within which a local authority must contact new families
made known to it; and

(f)   any further requirements the Secretary of State deems necessary.”

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS HOWE OF IDLICOTE

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

BARONESS BUTLER-SLOSS

245

Insert the following new Clause—

“Independence of the Children’s Commissioner

In Schedule 1 to the Children Act 2004, in paragraph 1 (status) after sub-
paragraph (2) insert—

“(3)   The Secretary of State shall not undermine the Children’s
Commissioner’s independence and shall ensure that the Children’s
Commissioner is under as few constraints as reasonably possible in
determining—

(a)   the Commissioner’s activities,

(b)   the Commissioner’s timetables, and

(c)   the Commissioner’s priorities.””

BARONESS WALMSLEY

LORD STOREY

246

Insert the following new Clause—

“No right to give corporal punishment: part-time educational institutions

In the Education Act 1996, at the end of section 548(7B) (no right to give
corporal punishment), insert “except that it applies in relation to this
section as if for paragraphs (a) and (b) of section 92(2) of that Act there were
substituted the following words “for any amount of time during an
academic year, no matter how little””.”

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

247

Insert the following new Clause—

“Information on children’s centres

(1)   The Secretary of State must compile and publish information on children’s
centres in England every three months, including—

(a)   the number of registered children’s centres in each local authority
area;

(b)   the annual budget of each children’s centre in each local authority
area;

(c)   the total weekly opening hours of each centre in each local authority
area;

(d)   any changes in the figures for paragraph (a), (b) or (c) since the same
period in the preceding year; and

(e)   any other information he deems useful to compile and publish.

(2)   Local authorities are obliged to provide information requested by the
Secretary of State in pursuance of his duties under subsection (1), in a
format specified by him.

(3)   The Secretary of State must publish information in an accessible format, not
later than three months after the information has been provided by the
local authorities.

(4)   The Secretary of State may charge a prescribed fee for providing
information compiled under this section in paper form.

(5)   The level of fee charged under subsection (4) must not exceed the cost of
production and supply.

(6)   In this section “children’s centre” has the meaning given by section 5A(4)
of the Childcare Act 2006 (arrangements for provision of children’s
centres).”

248

Insert the following new Clause—

“Independent study: registration of births at children’s centres

(1)   The Secretary of State shall commission an independent study of the likely
impact on the welfare of children of requiring births to be registered at
children’s centres.

(2)   The Secretary of State may, by regulations, establish pilot schemes to trial
the registration of births within children’s centres, to inform the
independent study under subsection (1).

(3)   In this section “children’s centre” has the meaning given by section 5A(4)
of the Childcare Act 2006 (arrangements for provision of children’s
centres).”

249

Insert the following new Clause—

“Information sharing about live births

(1)   NHS trusts should make arrangements to share with local authorities
records of live births to parents resident in their area, to be used by the local
authority for the purposes of identifying and contacting new families
through children’s centres and any other early years outreach services it
may operate.

(2)   The Secretary of State must, within a period of six months of the passing of
this Act, bring forward regulations placing consequential requirements on
trusts and local authorities in exercising their duty under subsection (1)
including, but not limited to—

(a)   the format of arrangements made;

(b)   the safeguarding of information;

(c)   the circumstances in which it would not be appropriate for a trust
to provide information to local authorities;

(d)   the regularity of data transfers;

(e)   timescales within which a local authority must contact new families
made known to it; and

(f)   any further requirements the Secretary of State deems necessary.”

Clause 79

VISCOUNT ECCLES

249A

Page 52, line 11, leave out from “promoting” to second “the” in line 13

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

250

Page 52, line 16, at end insert—

“( )   raise public awareness of children’s rights by promoting
knowledge of and respect for the rights of children;

( )   initiate and intervene in legal proceedings, including
proceedings under section 7 of the Human Rights Act 1998
where the Children’s Commissioner is not the victim or
potential victim of the unlawful act to which the
proceedings relate;”

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

251

Page 52, line 43, leave out from “may” to end of line 44 and insert “only conduct an
investigation of the case of an individual child where he considers it will enable
him to discharge the primary function more effectively”

BARONESS LISTER OF BURTERSETT

LORD LESTER OF HERNE HILL

BARONESS WALMSLEY

252

Page 53, leave out lines 2 to 5 and insert—

“(1)   For the purposes of section 2(1), the rights of children include the
rights in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.”

VISCOUNT ECCLES

252A

Page 53, line 14, at end insert “all”

Clause 80

LORD TOUHIG

253

Page 54, line 5, at end insert—

“(3)   The Childen’s Commissioner may require a person to whom
representations has been made under subsection (2) to state in
writing, within such period as the Commissioner may reasonably
require, what actions the person has taken or proposes to take in
response to the representations.”

Clause 85

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

254

Page 55, line 40, at end insert—

“(d)   after paragraph (b) insert—

“(c)   the Children’s Commissioner’s assessment of the
extent to which children in England enjoy—

(i)   the rights in the United Nations Convention
on the Rights of the Child;

(ii)   the rights of children in any other
international treaty ratified by the United
Kingdom; and

(iii)   the rights of children in the law applicable in
England”.”

BARONESS WALMSLEY

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

255

Page 56, line 10, at end insert “and the extent to which the Commissioner has had
due regard to their views”

Clause 86

BARONESS WALMSLEY

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

THE LORD BISHOP OF RIPON AND LEEDS

256

Page 56, line 37, at end insert—

“( )   A child is within this subsection if he or she is detained in
pursuance of—

(a)   an order made by a court, or

(b)   an order of recall made by the Secretary of State.

( )   A child is within this subsection if he or she has been identified by
a professional as a potential victim of trafficking.

( )   A child is within this subsection if he or she is a separated migrant
child.”

Schedule 5

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS HOWE OF IDLICOTE

LORD RAMSBOTHAM

BARONESS BUTLER-SLOSS

257

Page 188, line 9, at end insert—

“(za)   after sub-paragraph (1) insert—

“(1A)    The Secretary of State shall appoint an individual only
if the Secretary of State reasonably considers the
individual—

(a)   has adequate experience and knowledge
relating to children’s rights, including the
involvement of children in decision-making;
and

(b)   is able and willing to act independently of
Government.”,”

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

258

Page 188, line 9, at end insert—

“(za)   in sub-paragraph (1), after “Secretary of State” insert “with the
consent of the Education Committee of the House of
Commons”,”

259

Page 188, line 11, at end insert—

“(aa)   after sub-paragraph (2) insert—

“(2A)    In appointing the Children’s Commissioner, the
Secretary of State shall—

(a)   have due regard to the views of—

(i)   any parliamentary committee which
has published a view on the proposed
appointment;

(ii)   children involved in the appointment of
the Children’s Commissioner, and

(iii)   the advice of any selection panel,
established for the purpose of
interviewing candidates, as to their
suitability for appointment;

(b)   appoint an individual only if the Secretary of
State reasonably considers the individual—

(i)   has experience and knowledge relating
to children’s rights;

(ii)   is able and willing to act independently
of government;

(iii)   enjoys the trust and confidence of the
public (including children); and

(iv)   is capable of effectively fulfilling the
Children’s Commissioner’s primary
function.”,”

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS BUTLER-SLOSS

BARONESS WALMSLEY

260

Page 188, line 14, at end insert—

“(d)   after sub-paragraph (7) insert—

  “(8) The Secretary of State shall have due regard to the
views of any parliamentary committee which has
published a view on a proposed appointment or
removal from office of the Children’s Commissioner.””

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

261

Page 188, line 14, at end insert—

“(d)   after sub-paragraph (7) insert—

  “(8) The Secretary of State may only use his power under
sub-paragraph (7) with the consent of the Education
Committee of the House of Commons.””

LORD LESTER OF HERNE HILL

BARONESS HOWE OF IDLICOTE

BARONESS O’LOAN

BARONESS LISTER OF BURTERSETT

262

Page 189, line 9, at end insert—

“( )   In Schedule 1 to the Children Act 2004 (Children’s Commissioner), for
paragraph 7 substitute—

“7 The Secretary of State shall—

(a)   pay to the Children’s Commissioner such sums as are
reasonably sufficient for the purpose of enabling the
Children’s Commissioner to perform his or her
functions, and

(b)   have due regard to the views of any parliamentary
committee which has published a view on the level at
which such sums should be set.””

After Clause 88

BARONESS FINLAY OF LLANDAFF

LORD FAULKNER OF WORCESTER

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

263

Insert the following new Clause—

“Offence of failing to prevent smoking in a private vehicle when children are
present

(1)   The Health Act 2006 is amended as follows.

(2)   After section 8 insert—

“8A Offence of failing to prevent smoking in a private vehicle when
children are present

(1)   It is the duty of any person who drives a private vehicle to ensure
that that vehicle is smoke-free whenever a child or children under
the age of 18 are in such vehicle or part of such vehicle.

(2)   A person who fails to comply with the duty in subsection (1)
commits an offence.

(3)   A person convicted of an offence under this section who has not
previously been convicted of such an offence shall have the option
of attending a smoke-free driving awareness course in place of
paying a fine under subsection (4).

(4)   A person who does not wish to attend an awareness course or who
has previously been convicted of an offence under this section is
liable on summary conviction to a fine of £60.

(5)   The Secretary of State may introduce regulations to alter the level of
penalty payable under subsection (4).

(6)   The Secretary of State shall update all relevant regulations
regarding the offence created under subsection (2) within six
months of this section coming into force.

(7)   The Secretary of State shall introduce regulations within six months
of this section coming into force to prescribe the format of the
awareness course in subsection (3).”

(3)   In section 79(4)(a), for “or 8(7)” substitute “, 8(7), or 8A(5)”.”

LORD FAULKNER OF WORCESTER

BARONESS TYLER OF ENFIELD

BARONESS FINLAY OF LLANDAFF

LORD MCCOLL OF DULWICH

264

Insert the following new Clause—

“Children’s health: standardised tobacco packaging

(1)   The Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act 2002 is amended as follows.

(2)   After section 12 (television and radio broadcasting) insert—

“12A           Children’s health: standardised packaging


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(1)   The Secretary of State may, if satisfied that doing so is in the
interests of preventing harm to the health of children under the age
of 18 or of promoting the health of children under the age of 18,
make regulations specifying retail tobacco packaging requirements.


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(2)   Regulations made under subsection (1) may provide that retail
packaging or tobacco products of any such description, or falling
within any such class as may be specified in the regulations, shall
not, except in such circumstances as may be so specified, be of any
such colour or shape, or display any such mark or trade mark, or
any other particulars as may be so specified.

(3)   A person is guilty of an offence if—

(a)   in the course of a business he or she owns or manages retail
or commercial premises or a leisure facility;

(b)   he or she sells or supplies products which might reasonably
be expected to attract, or be aimed at, children under the age
of 18;

(c)   he or she sells or supplies, or has in the premises or facility
for sale or supply, any tobacco product; and

(d)   the retail packaging of the tobacco product does not comply
with a specified retail tobacco packaging requirement.

(4)   In this section—

“container” includes any pack, carton, box, tin, packet, bag,
pouch, tube or other container;

“retail packaging” means—

(a)   container for retail sale in which a tobacco product is
directly placed;

(b)   any container for retail sale that contains a smaller
container in which a tobacco product is directly
placed;

(c)   any cigarette paper in which tobacco is contained
and anything else forming part of a cigarette other
than the tobacco;

(d)   any plastic or other wrapper that covers any retail
packaging of the type described in paragraphs (a) to
(c);

(e)   any plastic or other wrapper that covers a tobacco
product, being a tobacco product that is for retail
sale; or

(f)   anything (other than a tobacco product) that is
placed inside or is affixed or otherwise attached to
retail packaging of the type described in paragraphs
(a) to (e) but does not include the lining of a cigarette
pack if the lining complies with retail packaging
requirements;

a “retail tobacco packaging requirement” is a requirement
relating to any of the following particulars—

(a)   the colour of retail packaging;

(b)   the shape and material of retail packaging;

(c)   trade marks or registered trade marks displayed on
retail packaging;

(d)   trade marks or registered trade marks displayed on
retail packaging;

(e)   the labelling of or on packages, packaging or tobacco
products, or associated with retail packaging or
tobacco products;

(f)   the contents of retail packaging (including the shape
and size of tobacco products);

(g)   any covert or overt markings, coded numbering or
any other security features on retail packaging or
tobacco products;

(h)   any other particulars relating to retail packaging or
tobacco products as may be prescribed by the
Secretary of State;

a “specified retail packaging requirement” is a retail tobacco
packaging requirement specified in regulations made under
subsection (1);

“trade mark” and “registered trade mark” have the same
meaning as in section 1 of the Trade Marks Act 1994.””

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

LORD HUNT OF KINGS HEATH

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

BARONESS WHEELER

[Amendments 265 and 266 are amendments to Amendment 264]

265


Line 6, leave out “may” and insert “must”

266


Line 10, leave out “may” and insert “must”

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS WALMSLEY

266A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Children’s rights duty

Any person whose functions are of a public nature must in the exercise of
his or her functions have due regard to the need to—

(a)   respect, protect and fulfil children’s rights; and

(b)   actively seek and give due weight to the views of children in
matters affecting them.”

Schedule 6

VISCOUNT ECCLES

266AZZA

Page 189, line 13, leave out “may” and insert “must”

Clause 89

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

266AZA

Page 59, line 10, at end insert—

“(7)   Entitlements provided by regulations made under this section may
be transferred to another family member or other related party in
the following exceptional circumstances—

(a)   where a mother is incapacitated;

(b)   where a medical practitioner prescribes that the mother is
unable to look after the child; or

(c)   where the mother dies in childbirth.”

BARONESS LISTER OF BURTERSETT

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

266AA

Page 60, leave out lines 9 and 10 and insert—

“(8)   Regulations under section 75E may provide for the taking of leave
under section 75E in a single period, or in non-consecutive periods,
or in periods shorter than the period which constitutes, for the
employee, a week’s leave.”

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

266AB

Page 66, line 39, leave out “may” and insert “must”

266AC

Page 66, line 43, leave out “may” and insert “must”

After Clause 89

BARONESS LISTER OF BURTERSETT

BARONESS YOUNG OF HORNSEY

266B

Insert the following new Clause—

“Rights to father quota of leave



(1)   In Part 8 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 after section 80E insert—

“80EA            Entitlement to father quota

(1)   The Secretary of State may make regulations entitling an employee
who satisfies specified conditions as to the relationship with a child
or expected child or with the child’s mother to be absent from work
on leave under this subsection for the purpose of caring for the
child.

(2)   Regulations under subsection (1) shall provide that such leave shall
be taken before the end of a period of 56 weeks beginning with the
date of the child’s birth.

(3)   Provision under subsection (1) shall secure that where an employee
is entitled to leave under this section in respect of a child he is
entitled to at least four weeks’ leave.”

(2)   In the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 after section
171ZT insert—

“171ZTA        Entitlement to father quota

(1)   Regulations shall provide that where an employee is entitled to a
father quota of leave under section 75E of the Employment Rights
Act 1996, the employee is to be entitled to payments known as
“father quota pay”.

(2)   Father quota pay under subsection (1) shall be at the earnings
related weekly rate of 90 per cent of the employee’s average
earnings for the first six weeks in respect of which it is payable,
followed by a fixed weekly rate thereafter which shall not be less
than the weekly rate of the full time national minimum wage in
respect of the remaining portion of the father quota pay period.””

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

266C

Insert the following new Clause—

“Right to return to the same job after shared parental leave

(1)   An employee who returns to work after any period of—

(a)   ordinary maternity leave,

(b)   ordinary adoption leave,

(c)   paternity leave,

(d)   shared parental leave of 26 weeks or less, or

(e)   parental leave of four weeks or less, which was—

(i)   a period of isolated leave, or

(ii)   a consecutive period of any statutory leave under
subsection (1) of 26 weeks or less,

is entitled to return from leave to the job in which the employee was
employed before the employee’s absence.

(2)   An employee who returns to work after any period of—

(a)   additional maternity leave,

(b)   additional adoption leave,

(c)   parental leave of more than four weeks, or

(d)   a consecutive period of any statutory leave under subsection (1) of
more than 26 weeks,

is entitled to return from leave to the job in which the employee was
employed before the employee’s absence, or, if it is not reasonably
practicable for the employer to permit the employee to return to that job, to
another job which is both suitable for the employee and appropriate for the
employee to do in the circumstances.

(3)   The reference in subsections (1) and (2) to the job in which an employee was
employed before the employee’s absence is a reference to the job in which
the employee was employed—

(a)   if the employee’s return is from an isolated period of statutory
leave, immediately before that period began, or

(b)   if the employee’s return is from consecutive periods of statutory
leave, immediately before the first such period.”

Clause 93

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

BARONESS DRAKE

267

Leave out Clause 93 and insert the following new Clause—

“Statutory rights to leave and pay of prospective adopters with whom looked
after children are placed, special guardians and family and friends carers

(1)   In section 75A of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ordinary adoption
leave), after subsection (1) there is inserted—

“(1A)    The conditions that may be prescribed under subsection (1) include
conditions as to—

(a)   being a local authority foster parent;

(b)   being approved as a prospective adopter;

(c)   being notified by a local authority in England that a child is
to be, or is expected to be, placed with the employee under
section 22C of the Children Act 1989;

(d)   becoming a special guardian under section 14A of the
Children Act 1989;

(e)   becoming a family and friends carer in prescribed
circumstances.”

(2)   In section 75B of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (additional adoption
leave), after subsection (1) there is inserted—

“(1A)    The conditions that may be prescribed under subsection (1) include
conditions as to—

(a)   becoming a special guardian under section 14A of the
Children Act 1989;

(b)   becoming a family and friends carer in prescribed
circumstances.”

(3)   In section 80B of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (entitlement to ordinary
paternity leave: adoption)—

(a)   in subsection (5), after paragraph (a) there is inserted—

“(aa)   make provision excluding the right to be absent on
leave under this section in the case of an employee
who, by virtue of provision under subsection (6A),
has already exercised a right to be absent on leave
under this section in connection with the same
child;”;

(b)   after subsection (6) there is inserted—

“(6A)    Regulations under subsection (1) shall include provision for
leave in respect of a child—

(a)   placed, or expected to be placed, under section 22C
of the Children Act 1989 by a local authority in
England with a local authority foster parent who has
been approved as a prospective adopter;

(b)   for whom a special guardian has been appointed
under section 14A of the Children Act 1989;

(c)   placed in a family and friends care arrangement in
prescribed circumstances.

(6B)   This section has effect in relation to regulations made by
virtue of subsection (6A) as if—

(a)   references to being placed for adoption were
references to being placed under section 22C of the
Children Act 1989 with a local authority foster
parent who has been approved as a prospective
adopter or to being placed with a special guardian
under section 14A of the Children Act 1989 or to
being placed in a family and friends care
arrangement in prescribed circumstances;

(b)   references to placement for adoption were
references to placement under section 22C or section
14A with such a person or to placement with a
family and friends carer in prescribed
circumstances;

(c)   paragraph (aa) of subsection (5) were omitted.”

(4)   In section 171ZB of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992
(entitlement to ordinary statutory paternity pay: adoption), after
subsection (7) there is inserted—

“(8)   This section has effect in a case involving a child placed under
section 22C of the Children Act 1989 by a local authority in England
with a local authority foster parent who has been approved as a
prospective adopter, or placed with a special guardian under
section 14A of the Children Act 1989 or placed in a family and
friends care arrangement in prescribed circumstances, with the
following modifications—

(a)   the references in subsection (2) to a child being placed for
adoption under the law of any part of the United Kingdom
are to be treated as references to a child being placed under
section 22C in that manner or to being placed with a special
guardian under section 14A or to being placed in a family
and friends care arrangement in prescribed circumstances;

(b)   the reference in subsection (3) to the week in which the
adopter is notified of being matched with the child for the
purposes of adoption is to be treated as a reference to the
week in which the prospective adopter is notified that the
child is to be, or is expected to be, placed with the
prospective adopter under section 22C or the week the
special guardian is expected to be appointed or the week the
child is expected to be placed in a family and friends care
arrangement in prescribed circumstances;

(c)   the reference in subsection (6) to placement for adoption is
to be treated as a reference to placement under section 22C
of section 14A or to placement with a family and friends
carer in prescribed circumstances;

(d)   the definition in subsection (7) is to be treated as if it were a
definition of “prospective adopter” or “special guardian” or
“family and friends carer in prescribed circumstances”.

(9)   Where, by virtue of subsection (8), a person becomes entitled to
statutory paternity pay in connection with the placement of a child
under section 22C or 14A of the Children Act 1989 or placement
with a family and friends carer in prescribed circumstances, the
person may not become entitled to payments of statutory paternity
pay in connection with the placement of the child for adoption.”

(5)   In section 171ZE of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992
(rate and period of pay), after subsection (11) there is inserted—

“(12)   Where statutory paternity pay is payable to a person by virtue of
section 171ZB(8), this section has effect as if—

(a)   the references in subsections (3)(b) and (10) to placement for
adoption were references to placement under section 22C or
14A of the Children Act 1989 or placement with a family and
friends carer in prescribed circumstances;

(b)   the references in subsection (10) to being placed for
adoption were references to being placed under section 22C
or 14A or to being placed with a family and friends carer in
prescribed circumstances.”

(6)   In section 171ZL of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992
(entitlement to statutory adoption pay), after subsection (8) there is
inserted—

“(9)   This section has effect in a case involving a child who is, or is
expected to be, placed under section 22C of the Children Act 1989
by a local authority in England with a local authority foster parent
who has been approved as a prospective adopter, or placed with a
special guardian under section 14A of the Children Act 1989 or
placed in a family and friends care arrangement in prescribed
circumstances, with the following modifications—

(a)   the references in subsections (2)(a) and (4A)(a) to a child
being placed for adoption under the law of any part of the
United Kingdom are to be treated as references to a child
being placed under section 22C in that manner or to being
placed with a special guardian under section 14A or to
being placed in a family and friends care arrangement in
prescribed circumstances;

(b)   the reference in subsection (3) to the week in which the
person is notified that he has been matched with the child
for the purposes of adoption is to be treated as a reference to
the week in which the person is notified that the child is to
be, or is expected to be, placed with him under section 22C
or the week the special guardian is expected to be appointed
or the week the child is expected to be placed in a family and
friends care arrangement in prescribed circumstances;

(c)   the references in subsection (4B)(a) to adoption are to be
treated as references to placement under section 22C or 14A
or placement with a family and friends carer in prescribed
circumstances;

(d)   the reference in subsection (5) to placement, or expected
placement, for adoption is to be treated as a reference to
placement, or expected placement, under section 22C or
14A or placement with a family and friends carer in
prescribed circumstances.

(10)   Where, by virtue of subsection (9), a person becomes entitled to
statutory adoption pay in respect of a child who is, or is expected to
be, placed under section 22C or 14A of the Children Act 1989 or
placement with a family and friends carer in prescribed
circumstances, the person may not become entitled to payments of
statutory adoption pay as a result of the child being, or being
expected to be, placed for adoption.”

(7)   In section 171ZN of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992
(rate and period of pay), after subsection (8) there is inserted—

“(9)   Where statutory adoption pay is payable to a person by virtue of
section 171ZL(9), this section has effect as if the reference in
subsection (2E) to the week in which the person is notified that he
has been matched with a child for the purposes of adoption were a
reference to the week in which the person is notified that a child is
to be, or is expected to be, placed with him under section 22C of the
Children Act 1989 or the week the special guardian is expected to
be appointed or the week the child is expected to be placed in a
family and friends care arrangement in prescribed circumstances.

(8)   In the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992—

(a)   in section 171ZJ(1), at the appropriate place there is inserted—

““local authority” has the same meaning as in the Children Act
1989 (see section 105(1) of that Act);”;

““local authority foster parent” has the same meaning as in the
Children Act 1989 (see section 22C(12) of that Act);”;

(b)   in section 171ZS(1), at the appropriate place there is inserted—

““local authority” has the same meaning as in the Children Act
1989 (see section 105(1) of that Act);”;

““local authority foster parent” has the same meaning as in the
Children Act 1989 (see section 22C(12) of that Act);”.”

After Clause 93

BARONESS DRAKE

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

267A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Kinship carers’ adjustment leave

(1)   A qualifying employee who satisfies prescribed conditions may be absent
from work at any time during an adjustment leave period.

(2)   An adjustment leave period is a period calculated in accordance with
regulations made by the Secretary of State.

(3)   The regulations under subsection (2) above shall include provision for
determining the extent of an employee’s entitlement to leave under this
section but shall secure that where an employee is entitled to leave under
this section he is entitled to at least four weeks’ leave, or for a longer period
to be prescribed.

(4)   An employee who exercises his rights under subsection (1)—

(a)   is entitled, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, to the benefit of the terms and conditions of
employment which would have applied if he had not been absent,

(b)   is bound, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, by any obligations arising under those terms and
conditions (except in so far as they are inconsistent with subsection
(1)), and

(c)   is entitled to return from leave to a job of a prescribed kind.

(5)   For the purposes of this section, an employee is a qualifying employee if he
is a family and friends (kinship) carer looking after a child full-time because
the parent(s) is unable to look after the child, in the first 12 months after the
child moves in.”

267B

Insert the following new Clause—

“Carers’ leave

(1)   A qualifying employee who satisfies prescribed conditions may be absent
from work for a specified period to provide care for a child or vulnerable
adult.

(2)   An adjustment leave period is a period calculated in accordance with
regulations made by the Secretary of State.

(3)   The regulations under subsection (2) above shall include provision for
determining the extent of an employee’s entitlement to leave under this
section but shall secure that where an employee is entitled to leave under
this section he is entitled to two week’s leave in any given year.

(4)   The leave may be taken in a two week block or part-time, with the
agreement of the employer.

(5)   An employee who exercises his rights under subsection (1)—

(a)   is entitled, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, to the benefit of the terms and conditions of
employment which would have applied if he had not been absent,

(b)   is bound, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, by any obligations arising under those terms and
conditions (except in so far as they are inconsistent with subsection
(1)), and

(c)   is entitled to return from leave to a job of a prescribed kind.

(6)   For the purposes of this section, an employee is a qualifying employee if he
has caring responsibilities for a child or vulnerable adult.”

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

267BA

Insert the following new Clause—

“Review of statutory rights to leave and pay for kinship carers and special
guardians

Before the end of one year beginning with the day on which this Act is
passed, the Secretary of State must—

(a)   carry out a review of the impact of the lack of statutory pay and
leave on kinship carers and special guardians remaining in
employment; and

(b)   publish, and lay before both Houses of Parliament, a report of the
conclusions of the review.”

After Clause 97

BARONESS DRAKE

BARONESS MASSEY OF DARWEN

267C

Insert the following new Clause—

“Extension of emergency leave entitlement to grandparents

In section 57A(3) of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (time off for
dependants), after paragraph (d) insert—

“(e)   a grandchild”.”

LORD KNIGHT OF WEYMOUTH

267D

Insert the following new Clause—

“Parental bereavement leave

In the Employment Rights Act 1996, after section 57A insert—

“57AA           Parental bereavement leave

(1)   The Secretary of State must make regulations entitling an employee
who satisfies specified conditions—

(a)   as to duration of employment, and

(b)   as to relationship with a child,

to be absent from work on leave under this section in consequence
of the death of a child.

(2)   Regulations under subsection (1) shall secure that, where an
employee has a right to leave under this section, he or she is entitled
to a leave period of at least 2 weeks.

(3)   Regulations under subsection (1) shall secure that an employee who
exercises his or her right under subsection (1)—

(a)   is entitled, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, to the benefit of the terms and conditions of
employment which would have applied if he or she had not
been absent,

(b)   is bound, for such purposes and to such extent as may be
prescribed, by any obligations arising under those terms
and conditions (except in so far as they are inconsistent with
subsection (1)), and

(c)   is entitled to return from leave to a job of a prescribed kind.

(4)   In subsection (3)(a) “terms and conditions of employment”
includes—

(a)   matters connected with an employee’s employment
whether or not they arise under his or her contract of
employment; and

(b)   terms and conditions about remuneration.””

After Clause 98

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

267E

Insert the following new Clause—

“Review of the provisions of this Part

(1)   The Secretary of State must from time to time—

(a)   carry out a review of the provisions under this Part;

(b)   set out the conclusions of the review in a report, and

(c)   publish and lay a copy of the report before both Houses of
Parliament.

(2)   The report must in particular—

(a)   set out the objectives intended to be achieved by this Part including,
the objective of encouraging fathers to share in caring for their
children;

(b)   assess the extent to which these objectives are achieved for all
families including those with premature or multiple births; and

(c)   assess, having regard to the objectives set out in paragraph (a)—

(i)   the number of families having access to the provisions
under this Part and whether this could be increased;

(ii)   whether the amount of paid leave available to fathers
independently of any shared parental leave arrangements is
suitable;

(iii)   whether and how shared parental leave could be taken on a
part time basis.

(3)   The first report under subsection (1) must be published before the end of
three years beginning with the day on which this Part comes into force.”

BARONESS PITKEATHLEY

267EA

Insert the following new Clause—

“Welfare of disabled children

(1)   The Children Act 1989 is amended as follows.

(2)   After section 23A insert—

“23AA           Welfare of disabled children

Regulations, subject to approval by resolution of both Houses of
Parliament, shall provide for those who care for disabled children
to have the same entitlement to a carer’s assessment as young carers
and adults caring for adults.””

Clause 99

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

267F

Page 92, line 26, after “take” insert “reasonable”

267G

Page 92, leave out lines 29 to 33

267H

Page 95, line 21, after “take” insert “reasonable”

267J

Page 95, leave out lines 25 to 29

267K

Page 95, leave out lines 25 to 27 and insert—

“(2)   In relation to a singleton pregnancy, an employee is not entitled to
take time off for the purpose specified in subsection (1) on more
than two occasions, and in relation to a multiple pregnancy, an
employee is not entitled to take time off for the purpose specified in
subsection (1) on more than six occasions.”

Clause 104

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

267L

Page 112, line 10, leave out “If an employer allows an employee to appeal” and
insert “Where an employee appeals”

267M

Page 112, line 34, leave out “the employer allow the employee to appeal” and insert
“an employee appeals”

 


Lord Stevenson of Balmacara gives notice of his intention to oppose the Question that
Clause 104 stand part of the Bill.

After Clause 106

BARONESS BENJAMIN

VISCOUNT COLVILLE OF CULROSS

268

Insert the following new Clause—

“PART 8A

CHILDREN PARTICIPATION IN PERFORMANCES

Children participation in performances

(1)   Section 25 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (restrictions on
persons under eighteen going abroad for the purpose of performing for
profit) is amended as follows.

(2)   For subsection (1)(a) substitute—

“(a)   for the purposes of taking part in a performance to which
section 37(2) of the Children and Young Persons Act 1963
applies,”.

(3)   In subsection (1)—

(a)   for “this section” substitute “section 37 of the Children and Young
Persons Act 1963”,

(b)   omit paragraph (a) and after “granted in respect of him under” omit
“this” and after “section” insert “37 of the Children and Young
Persons Act 1963”.

(4)   Subsections (2) to (11) of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 are
omitted.

(5)   Section 37 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1963 (restrictions on
persons under 16 taking part in public performances, etc.) is amended as
follows.

(6)   After subsection (2) insert—

“(2A)    For the purposes of subsection (2), a performance does not include
participation in—

(a)   filming by private individuals for uploading onto the
internet for transmission (“user generated content”);

(b)   observational documentaries in which the child’s life and
routine remains to a significant degree the same as it would
have been had filming not been taking place;

(c)   unplanned and spontaneous filming where parental
consent is subsequently obtained for the purposes of
broadcasting;

(d)   filming in the context of news and current affairs
journalism, or filming in the public interest in circumstances
where it is not practicable to apply for a licence, without
prejudice to the effect of sections 39 and 49; or

(e)   any further category as the Secretary of State may specify by
way of regulations.”

(7)   After subsection (3) insert—

“(3A)    Where subsection (2A)(b) to (e) applies such that no licence is
required, the person responsible for filming the child shall carry out
an assessment of risk prior to the filming taking place, save where
it is not possible to do so, in which case such a risk assessment must
be carried out as soon as possible after such filming takes place.”

(8)   In subsection (4) after “will not suffer” insert “and in particular, that the
child would not be subjected to any risk beyond that involved in the
ordinary course of their life”.

(9)   In subsection (5) after “imposed by the authority” insert “; such conditions
shall however, seek to minimise any differences in conditions imposed in
relation to different media and any such differences must be necessary and
objectively justified for the purposes of protecting the child against a
specified risk, and in particular, regulations shall not prohibit the recording
or broadcast of live performances where the child’s participation in that
live performance is permitted by the relevant licence”.

(10)   After subsection (1)(b) insert—

“(c)   go abroad for the purposes of a performance to which
subsection 2 applies save that this subsection shall not apply
in any case where it is proved that the child was only
temporarily resident within the United Kingdom.”

(11)   Section 38 is repealed.

(12)   Section 42 is repealed.”

LORD STEVENSON OF BALMACARA

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

268A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Promoting flexible working: review

(1)   Before the end of one year beginning with the day on which this Act is
passed, the Secretary of State must—

(a)   carry out a review looking into ways of promoting flexible working;
and

(b)   publish, and lay before both Houses of Parliament, a report of the
conclusions of the review.

(2)   A review under subsection (1) will consider in particular—

(a)   how to promote the right to request flexible working among
employees;

(b)   how to encourage employers to discuss flexible working at the
earliest opportunity; and

(c)   whether all advertisements for employment opportunities in the
public sector should specify the possibility of discussing flexible
working at interview.”

Clause 107

LORD NASH

269

Page 114, line 34, leave out subsection (6) and insert—

“(6)   A statutory instrument containing (whether alone or with other
provision)—

(a)   the first regulations to be made under section 49,

(b)   an order under section 54(1) or 55(1), or

(c)   an order under section 108 which amends or repeals any provision
of primary legislation,

is not to be made unless a draft of the instrument has been laid before, and
approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.”

BARONESS HUGHES OF STRETFORD

BARONESS JONES OF WHITCHURCH

270

Page 114, line 36, after “legislation” insert “, or a statutory instrument containing
an order under section 4,”

271

Page 114, line 36, after “legislation” insert “, or a statutory instrument containing
an order under section 49,”

272

Page 114, line 36, after “legislation” insert “, or a statutory instrument containing
an order under section 51(4),”

273

Page 114, line 36, after “legislation” insert “, or a statutory instrument containing
an order under sections 54 and 55,”

Clause 111

LORD NASH

273A

Page 116, line 5, after “18” insert “, (Local authority functions relating to children etc:
intervention
)”

273B

Page 116, line 5, after “18” insert “, (Objectives and standards for establishments and
agencies in England
)”

273C

Page 116, line 5, after “18” insert “, (National minimum standards for establishments
and agencies in England
)”

Clause 112

LORD NASH

274

Page 116, line 14, leave out “is” and insert “and section (Duty to support pupils with
medical conditions
) (duty to support pupils with medical conditions) are”

Prepared 7th November 2013