Criminal Justice and Courts Bill

THIRD
MARSHALLED
LIST OF Amendments
to be moved
on report

The amendments have been marshalled in accordance with the Order of 16th October 2014, as follows—

Clauses 70 to 77
Schedule 11
Clauses 78 to 84

[Amendments marked * are new or have been altered]

Clause 70

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

146

Page 67, line 30, leave out “must” and insert “may”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD MACDONALD OF RIVER GLAVEN

146A*

Page 67, leave out lines 31 to 33

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

147

Page 67, line 32, leave out “not” and insert “decline to”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

147A*

Page 67, line 34, after “court” insert “—

(a)   ”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

148

Page 67, line 34, leave out “highly likely” and insert “inevitable”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

148A*

Page 67, line 36, at end insert “, and

(b)   that the public interest or the overriding objective of dealing
with the case justly does not require that leave be granted to
the applicant to make an application”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

149

Page 68, line 4, leave out “must” and insert “may”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

149A*

Page 68, line 5, after “Court” insert “—

(a)   ”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

150

Page 68, line 6, leave out “highly likely” and insert “inevitable”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

150A*

Page 68, line 7, after “different,” insert “and

(b)   that the public interest or the overriding objective of dealing
with the case justly does not require that leave be granted to
the applicant to make an application,”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

151

Page 68, line 7, leave out “must” and insert “may”

152

Page 68, line 27, leave out “must” and insert “may”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

152A*

Page 68, line 32, after “tribunal” insert “—

(a)   ”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

153

Page 68, line 32, leave out “highly likely” and insert “inevitable”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

153A*

Page 68, line 33, after “different,” insert “and

(b)   that the public interest or the overriding objective of dealing
with the case justly does not require that leave be granted to
the applicant to make an application,”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

154

Page 68, line 34, leave out “must” and insert “may”

155

Leave out Clause 70

Clause 71

LORD BEECHAM

LORD KENNEDY OF SOUTHWARK

156

Page 69, line 5, leave out from “specified” to end of line 6 and insert “by the
Secretary of State in regulations”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

157

Page 69, line 6, after “paragraph” insert “, or, notwithstanding a failure to do so, the
court in its discretion considers that it is nevertheless appropriate to grant the
applicant leave to make the application for judicial review”

158

Page 69, line 28, after “paragraph” insert “, or, notwithstanding a failure to do so,
the tribunal in its discretion considers that it is nevertheless appropriate to grant
the applicant permission or leave to apply for relief”

159

Leave out Clause 71

Clause 72

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

159A*

Page 69, line 42, after “determining” insert “, or is intending to determine,”

159B*

Page 69, line 43, at end insert—

“(1A)    Before making any determination to which this section applies, the court or
tribunal may, if it appears to the court or tribunal just to do so, of its own
motion or on the application of any party, make an order requiring the
applicant to provide—

(a)   information about the source, nature and extent of financial
resources available to the applicant to meet liabilities arising under
an order that the applicant meets the costs of any other party or
parties, and

(b)   if the applicant is a body corporate that is unable to demonstrate to
the court or tribunal that it is likely to have the resources to meet
any such liabilities, information about its members and about their
ability to provide the applicant with the resources to meet such
liabilities.”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

160

Page 69, line 44, leave out “must” and insert “may”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

160A*

Page 69, line 45, leave out paragraphs (a) and (b) and insert “information provided
by the applicant to the court or tribunal under subsection (1A)”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

161

Page 70, line 3, leave out “must” and insert “may”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

161A*

Page 70, line 5, leave out “is providing” and insert “has provided or has promised
to provide”

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

162

Page 70, line 6, leave out “or likely or able to do so”

163

Leave out Clause 72

Clause 73

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

164

Page 70, line 21, leave out subsections (2) to (6) and insert—

“( )     The High Court and the Court of Appeal shall have a discretion whether to
order an intervener to pay the costs of a relevant party to the proceedings,
and shall have a discretion whether to order a relevant party to the
proceedings to pay the intervener’s costs.”

165

Leave out Clause 73

Clause 74

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

166

Page 71, line 11, leave out subsections (3) to (5)

167

Page 71, line 30, leave out paragraph (c)

168

Page 71, line 44, leave out subsections (9) to (11)

169

Leave out Clause 74

Clause 75

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

170

Page 72, line 25, leave out “must” and insert “may”

171

Page 72, line 29, leave out “, or may provide,”

172

Page 72, line 33, leave out “, or may provide,”

173

Page 72, line 44, leave out subsections (3) to (5)

174

Leave out Clause 75

Clause 76

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

174A*

Leave out Clause 76 and insert the following new Clause—

“Capping of costs: environmental cases

(1)     This section applies to judicial review proceedings which constitute or
concern an Aarhus Convention claim.

(2)     Sections 71, 72 and 73 shall not apply to proceedings to which this section
applies.

(3)     Notwithstanding anything in sections 74 and 75, in proceedings to which
this section applies the court shall make a costs capping order in favour of
an applicant for judicial review of its own motion or upon the application
of any party in any case where the court considers that if a costs capping
order is not made the proceedings are unlikely to be fair, equitable, timely
and not prohibitively expensive as required by the Aarhus Convention.

(4)     Rules of court may prescribe the terms upon which a costs capping order
may be made in accordance with subsection (3) provided that such terms
are calculated to ensure that the proceedings will be fair, equitable, timely
and not prohibitively expensive.

(5)     In determining whether proceedings are likely to be fair, equitable, timely
and not prohibitively expensive, the court shall have regard to any relevant
reports of the Compliance Committee established pursuant to the Aarhus
Convention.”

After Clause 76

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

174B*

Insert the following new Clause—

“Definition of Aarhus Convention and Aarhus Convention claims

(1)     In this Part—

“the Aarhus Convention” means the UNECE Convention on Access to
Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to
Justice in Environmental Matters done at Aarhus, Denmark, on 25
June 1998;

an “Aarhus Convention claim” means any claim, whether or not made
in proceedings for judicial review, to all or part of which the Aarhus
Convention applies, in that it relates entirely or partly to a matter or
matters relating to the environment, public rights to access to
environmental information, public participation in environmental
decision-making or access to justice in relation to any such claim,
including a claim which proceeds on the basis that the claim or part
of it is so subject.

(2)     Rules of court must secure that the definition of an Aarhus Convention
claim in such rules is as set out in subsection (1).”

Before Schedule 11

LORD FAULKS

175

Insert the following new Schedule—

“REPORTING RESTRICTIONS: PROVIDERS OF INFORMATION SOCIETY SERVICES

Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c. 12)

1      After Schedule 1 to the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 insert—

“SCHEDULE 1A

PROHIBITION ON PUBLICATION OF CERTAIN MATTERS: PROVIDERS OF
INFORMATION SOCIETY SERVICES

Domestic service providers: extension of liability

1   (1)     This paragraph applies where a service provider is established
in England and Wales (a “domestic service provider”).

(2)     Section 39 applies to a domestic service provider who—

(a)   includes matter in a publication in an EEA state other
than the United Kingdom, and

(b)   does so in the course of providing information society
services,

as well as to a person who includes matter in a publication in
England and Wales.

(3)     In the case of an offence under section 39, as it applies to a
domestic service provider by virtue of sub-paragraph (2)—

(a)   proceedings for the offence may be taken at any place
in England and Wales, and

(b)   the offence may for all incidental purposes be treated
as having been committed at any such place.

(4)     Nothing in this paragraph affects the operation of paragraphs
3 to 5.

Non-UK service providers: restriction on institution of proceedings

2   (1)     This paragraph applies where a service provider is established
in an EEA state other than the United Kingdom (a “non-UK
service provider”).

(2)     Proceedings for an offence under section 39 may not be
instituted against a non-UK service provider in respect of
anything done in the course of the provision of information
society services unless the derogation condition is satisfied.

(3)     The derogation condition is satisfied where the institution of
proceedings—

(a)   is necessary for the purposes of the public interest
objective,

(b)   relates to an information society service that prejudices
that objective or presents a serious and grave risk of
prejudice to that objective, and

(c)   is proportionate to that objective.

(4)     “The public interest objective” means the pursuit of public
policy.

Exceptions for mere conduits

3   (1)     A service provider is not capable of being guilty of an offence
under section 39 in respect of anything done in the course of
providing so much of an information society service as
consists in—

(a)   the provision of access to a communication network, or

(b)   the transmission in a communication network of
information provided by a recipient of the service,

if the condition in sub-paragraph (2) is satisfied.

(2)     The condition is that the service provider does not—

(a)   initiate the transmission,

(b)   select the recipient of the transmission, or

(c)   select or modify the information contained in the
transmission.

(3)     For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)—

(a)   the provision of access to a communication network,
and

(b)   the transmission of information in a communication
network,

includes the automatic, intermediate and transient storage of
the information transmitted so far as the storage is solely for
the purpose of carrying out the transmission in the network.

(4)     Sub-paragraph (3) does not apply if the information is stored
for longer than is reasonably necessary for the transmission.

Exception for caching

4   (1)     This paragraph applies where an information society service
consists in the transmission in a communication network of
information provided by a recipient of the service.

(2)     The service provider is not capable of being guilty of an
offence under section 39 in respect of the automatic,
intermediate and temporary storage of information so
provided, if—

(a)   the storage of the information is solely for the purpose
of making more efficient the onward transmission of
the information to other recipients of the service at
their request, and

(b)   the condition in sub-paragraph (3) is satisfied.

(3)     The condition is that the service provider—

(a)   does not modify the information,

(b)   complies with any conditions attached to having access
to the information, and

(c)   where sub-paragraph (4) applies, expeditiously
removes the information or disables access to it.

(4)     This sub-paragraph applies if the service provider obtains
actual knowledge that—

(a)   the information at the initial source of the transmission
has been removed from the network,

(b)   access to it has been disabled, or

(c)   a court or administrative authority has ordered the
removal from the network of, or the disablement of
access to, the information.

Exception for hosting

5   (1)     A service provider is not capable of being guilty of an offence
under section 39 in respect of anything done in the course of
providing so much of an information society service as
consists in the storage of information provided by a recipient
of the service if sub-paragraph (2) or (3) is satisfied.

(2)     This sub-paragraph is satisfied if the service provider had no
actual knowledge when the information was provided that it
consisted of or included matter whose inclusion in a
publication is prohibited by a direction under section 39.

(3)     This sub-paragraph is satisfied if, on obtaining such
knowledge, the service provider expeditiously removed the
information or disabled access to it.

(4)     Sub-paragraph (1) does not apply if the recipient of the service
is acting under the authority or control of the service provider.

Interpretation

6   (1)     This paragraph applies for the purposes of this Schedule.

(2)     “Publication” has the meaning given in section 39.

(3)     “Information society services”—

(a)   has the meaning given in Article 2(a) of the E-
Commerce Directive (which refers to Article 1(2) of
Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and of
the Council of 22 June 1998 laying down a procedure
for the provision of information in the field of technical
standards and regulations), and

(b)   is summarised in recital 17 of the E-Commerce
Directive as covering “any service normally provided
for remuneration, at a distance, by means of electronic
equipment for the processing (including digital
compression) and storage of data, and at the individual
request of a recipient of a service”,

(4)     “Recipient”, in relation to a service, means a person who, for
professional ends or otherwise, uses an information society
service, in particular for the purposes of seeking information
or making it accessible.

(5)     “Service provider” means a person providing an information
society service.

(6)     For the purpose of interpreting references in this Schedule to a
service provider who is established in England and Wales or
an EEA state—

(a)   a service provider is established in England and Wales
or in a particular EEA state, if the service provider—


(i)   effectively pursues an economic activity using
a fixed establishment in England and Wales or
that EEA state, for an indefinite period, and


(ii)   is a national of an EEA state or a company or
firm mentioned in Article 54 of the Treaty on
the Functioning of the European Union;

(b)   the presence or use in a particular place of equipment
or other technical means of providing an information
society service does not, of itself, constitute the
establishment of a service provider;

(c)   where it cannot be determined from which of a number
of establishments a given information society service is
provided, that service is to be regarded as provided
from the establishment at the centre of the service
provider‘s activities relating to that service.”

Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 (c. 23)

2      After Schedule 2 to the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999
insert—

“SCHEDULE 2A

RESTRICTION OF REPORTING OF CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS FOR LIFETIME OF
WITNESSES AND VICTIMS UNDER 18: PROVIDERS OF INFORMATION SOCIETY
SERVICES

Domestic service providers: extension of liability

1   (1)     This paragraph applies where a service provider is established
in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland (a
“domestic service provider”).

(2)     Section 49, so far as it relates to a publication falling within
subsection (1A)(a) of that section, applies to a domestic service
provider who—

(a)   includes matter in a publication in an EEA state other
than the United Kingdom, and

(b)   does so in the course of providing information society
services,

as well as to a person who includes matter in a publication in
England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

(3)     In the case of an offence under section 49, as it applies to a
domestic service provider by virtue of sub-paragraph (2)—

(a)   proceedings for the offence may be taken at any place
in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland,
and

(b)   the offence may for all incidental purposes be treated
as having been committed at any such place.

(4)     Section 49, so far as it relates to a publication falling within
subsection (1A)(b) of that section, applies to a domestic service
provider established in England and Wales who—

(a)   includes matter in a publication in an EEA state other
than the United Kingdom, and

(b)   does so in the course of providing information society
services,

as well as to a person who includes matter in a publication in
England and Wales.

(5)     In the case of an offence under section 49, as it applies to a
domestic service provider established in England and Wales
by virtue of sub-paragraph (4)—

(a)   proceedings for the offence may be taken at any place
in England and Wales, and

(b)   the offence may for all incidental purposes be treated
as having been committed at any such place.

(6)     Nothing in this paragraph affects the operation of paragraphs
3 to 5.

Non-UK service providers: restriction on institution of proceedings

2   (1)     This paragraph applies where a service provider is established
in an EEA state other than the United Kingdom (a “non-UK
service provider”).

(2)     Proceedings for an offence under section 49, so far as it relates
to a publication that includes matter in contravention of a
direction under section 45A(2), may not be instituted against a
non-UK service provider in respect of anything done in the
course of the provision of information society services unless
the derogation condition is satisfied.

(3)     The derogation condition is satisfied where the institution of
proceedings—

(a)   is necessary for the purposes of the public interest
objective,

(b)   relates to an information society service that prejudices
that objective or presents a serious and grave risk of
prejudice to that objective, and

(c)   is proportionate to that objective.

(4)     “The public interest objective” means the pursuit of public
policy.

Exceptions for mere conduits

3   (1)     A service provider is not capable of being guilty of an offence
under section 49, so far as it relates to a publication that
includes matter in contravention of a direction under section
45A(2), in respect of anything done in the course of providing
so much of an information society service as consists in—

(a)   the provision of access to a communication network, or

(b)   the transmission in a communication network of
information provided by a recipient of the service,

if the condition in sub-paragraph (2) is satisfied.

(2)     The condition is that the service provider does not—

(a)   initiate the transmission,

(b)   select the recipient of the transmission, or

(c)   select or modify the information contained in the
transmission.

(3)     For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)—

(a)   the provision of access to a communication network,
and

(b)   the transmission of information in a communication
network,

includes the automatic, intermediate and transient storage of
the information transmitted so far as the storage is solely for
the purpose of carrying out the transmission in the network.

(4)     Sub-paragraph (3) does not apply if the information is stored
for longer than is reasonably necessary for the transmission.

Exception for caching

4   (1)     This paragraph applies where an information society service
consists in the transmission in a communication network of
information provided by a recipient of the service.

(2)     The service provider is not capable of being guilty of an
offence under section 49, so far as it relates to a publication that
includes matter in contravention of a direction under section
45A(2), in respect of the automatic, intermediate and
temporary storage of information so provided, if—

(a)   the storage of the information is solely for the purpose
of making more efficient the onward transmission of
the information to other recipients of the service at
their request, and

(b)   the condition in sub-paragraph (3) is satisfied.

(3)     The condition is that the service provider—

(a)   does not modify the information,

(b)   complies with any conditions attached to having access
to the information, and

(c)   where sub-paragraph (4) applies, expeditiously
removes the information or disables access to it.

(4)     This sub-paragraph applies if the service provider obtains
actual knowledge that—

(a)   the information at the initial source of the transmission
has been removed from the network,

(b)   access to it has been disabled, or

(c)   a court or administrative authority has ordered the
removal from the network of, or the disablement of
access to, the information.

Exception for hosting

5   (1)     A service provider is not capable of being guilty of an offence
under section 49, so far as it relates to a publication that
includes matter in contravention of a direction under section
45A(2), in respect of anything done in the course of providing
so much of an information society service as consists in the
storage of information provided by a recipient of the service if
sub-paragraph (2) or (3) is satisfied.

(2)     This sub-paragraph is satisfied if the service provider had no
actual knowledge when the information was provided that it
consisted of or included matter whose inclusion in a
publication is prohibited by a direction under section 45A(2).

(3)     This sub-paragraph is satisfied if, on obtaining such
knowledge, the service provider expeditiously removed the
information or disabled access to it.

(4)     Sub-paragraph (1) does not apply if the recipient of the service
is acting under the authority or control of the service provider.

Interpretation

6   (1)     This paragraph applies for the purposes of this Schedule.

(2)     “Publication” has the meaning given in section 45A.

(3)     “Information society services”—

(a)   has the meaning given in Article 2(a) of the E-
Commerce Directive (which refers to Article 1(2) of
Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and of
the Council of 22 June 1998 laying down a procedure
for the provision of information in the field of technical
standards and regulations), and

(b)   is summarised in recital 17 of the E-Commerce
Directive as covering “any service normally provided
for remuneration, at a distance, by means of electronic
equipment for the processing (including digital
compression) and storage of data, and at the individual
request of a recipient of a service”,

and “the E-Commerce Directive” means Directive 2000/31/
EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June
2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in
particular electronic commerce, in the Internal Market
(Directive on electronic commerce).

(4)     “Recipient”, in relation to a service, means a person who, for
professional ends or otherwise, uses an information society
service, in particular for the purposes of seeking information
or making it accessible.

(5)     “Service provider” means a person providing an information
society service.

(6)     For the purpose of interpreting references in this Schedule to a
service provider who is established in England and Wales,
Scotland, Northern Ireland or an EEA state—

(a)   a service provider is established in England and Wales,
Scotland, Northern Ireland or in a particular EEA state,
if the service provider—


(i)   effectively pursues an economic activity using
a fixed establishment in England and Wales,
Scotland, Northern Ireland or that EEA state,
for an indefinite period, and


(ii)   is a national of an EEA state or a company or
firm mentioned in Article 54 of the Treaty on
the Functioning of the European Union;

(b)   the presence or use in a particular place of equipment
or other technical means of providing an information
society service does not, of itself, constitute the
establishment of a service provider;

(c)   where it cannot be determined from which of a number
of establishments a given information society service is
provided, that service is to be regarded as provided
from the establishment at the centre of the service
provider‘s activities relating to that service.””

After Clause 78

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

176

Insert the following new Clause—

“Legal aid for judicial review

(1)     The Lord Chancellor may not use the powers in section 2 or 9 of the Legal
Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 to impose further
eligibility criteria for receipt of legal aid, or further to restrict the scope of
legal aid, for judicial review proceedings (including applications for
permission to apply for judicial review).

(2)     Any statutory instrument made or to be made under the provisions
referred to in subsection (1) and which otherwise conflicts with the
restrictions set out in that subsection ceases to have effect in relation to legal
aid for such proceedings.”

177

Insert the following new Clause—

“Civil legal aid in relation to judicial review: residence test

A residence test may not be applied to an individual who applies for legal
aid in relation to judicial review proceedings (including applications for
permission to apply for judicial review).”

Clause 79

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

178

Page 74, line 24, leave out “supplementary,”

179

Page 74, line 26, leave out subsection (2)

Clause 81

LORD PANNICK

LORD WOOLF

LORD CARLILE OF BERRIEW

LORD BEECHAM

180

Page 75, line 11, leave out “comes” and insert “and sections (Legal aid for judicial
review
) and (Civil legal aid in relation to judicial review: residence test) come”

LORD FAULKS

181

Page 75, line 13, leave out “This Part comes” and insert “Section (Appeals from the
Court of Protection
) and this Part come”

LORD MARKS OF HENLEY-ON-THAMES

181A

Page 75, line 13, after “Part” leave out “comes” and insert “and sections (Sentences
for certain data protection offences
) and (New defence for purposes of journalism and other
special purposes
) come”

LORD FAULKS

182

Page 75, line 13, at end insert—

“( )     Paragraphs 23 to 25 of Schedule (Mutual recognition of driving disqualification
in UK and Republic of Ireland
), and section (Mutual recognition of driving
disqualification in UK and Republic of Ireland
)(6)(b) so far as it relates to those
paragraphs, come into force on the day on which this Act is passed.”

Clause 82

LORD FAULKS

183

Page 75, line 23, leave out “and (3)” and insert “to (3A)”

184

Page 75, line 29, at end insert—

“(3A)    Section (Reporting restrictions in proceedings other than criminal proceedings)(9)
and paragraph 1 of Schedule (Reporting restrictions: providers of information
society services
) extend to England and Wales only.”

185

Page 75, line 34, leave out “25” and insert “24”

186

Page 75, line 34, at end insert—

“( )   sections (Disclosing private sexual photographs or films with intent to
cause distress
) to (Meaning of “private” and “sexual”);”

187

Page 75, line 37, at end insert—

“( )   Schedule (Disclosing private sexual photographs or films: providers of
information society services
);”

In the Title

LORD FAULKS

188

Line 5, after “drivers;” insert “to create an offence of disclosing private sexual
photographs or films with intent to cause distress;”

Prepared 24th October 2014