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Hill, Keith (Streatham)

Hinchliffe, David

Hodge, Margaret

Hogg, Norman (Cumbernauld)

Home Robertson, John

Hood, Jimmy

Hoon, Geoffrey

Hughes, Kevin (Doncaster N)

Hughes, Roy (Newport E)

Hutton, John

Illsley, Eric

Jackson, Glenda (H'stead)

Jamieson, David

Janner, Greville

Jones, Barry (Alyn and D'side)

Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C)

Jones, Lynne (B'ham S O)

Jones, Nigel (Cheltenham)

Jowell, Tessa

Kaufman, Rt Hon Gerald

Kennedy, Charles (Ross,C&S)

Kennedy, Jane (Lpool Brdgn)

Khabra, Piara S.

Kilfedder, Sir James

Kilfoyle, Peter

Kirkwood, Archy

Lewis, Terry

Liddell, Helen

Livingstone, Ken

Loyden, Eddie

Macdonald, Calum

McFall, John

Mackinlay, Andrew

Maclennan, Robert

McMaster, Gordon

MacShane, Denis

Madden, Max

Mahon, Alice

Marek, Dr John

Marshall, Jim (Leicester, S)

Martin, Michael J. (Springburn)

Maxton, John

Michie, Bill (Sheffield Heeley)

Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll Bute)

Milburn, Alan

Morgan, Rhodri

Morley, Elliot

Morris, Rt Hon A. (Wy'nshawe)

Morris, Estelle (B'ham Yardley)

Mullin, Chris

Murphy, Paul

O'Brien, Michael (N W'kshire)

O'Brien, William (Normanton)

O'Hara, Edward

Olner, William

Orme, Rt Hon Stanley

Page, Richard

Parry, Robert

Patchett, Terry

Pickthall, Colin

Pike, Peter L.

Pope, Greg

Prentice, Ms Bridget (Lew'm E)

Primarolo, Dawn

Raynsford, Nick

Reid, Dr John

Rendel, David

Robertson, George (Hamilton)

Robinson, Geoffrey (Co'try NW)

Roche, Mrs. Barbara

Rooker, Jeff

Skinner, Dennis

Smith, C. (Isl'ton S & F'sbury)

Smith, Llew (Blaenau Gwent)

Snape, Peter

Spearing, Nigel

Spellar, John

Spink, Dr Robert

Squire, Rachel (Dunfermline W)

Steel, Rt Hon Sir David

Stephen, Michael

Taylor, Mrs Ann (Dewsbury)

Timms, Stephen

Tipping, Paddy

Tyler, Paul

Wareing, Robert N

Wicks, Malcolm

Wray, Jimmy

Wright, Dr Tony

Tellers for the Noes :

Mr. Jeremy Corbyn and

Mr. Alan Simpson.

Question accordingly negatived .

Dame Elaine Kellett-Bowman (Lancaster) : On a point of order, Madam Speaker. Is it in order for my hon. Friend the Member for City of Chester (Mr. Brandreth), having spoken against the Bill, to fail to follow his voice with his vote ?

Madam Speaker : The hon. Gentleman declared his intention, but he had absolutely every right to abstain. That was in order.

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Orders of the Day

Police and Magistrates' Courts Bill [Lords]

As amended (in the Standing Committee), considered


That the Police and Magistrates' Courts Bill [Lords] , as amended, be considered in the following order, namely : new Clauses except those relating to Magistrates' Courts, new Schedules except those relating to Magistrates Courts, Amendments relating to Clauses 1 to 62, Amendments relating to Schedules 1 to 6, new Clauses relating to Magistrates' Courts, new Schedules relating to Magistrates' Courts, Amendments relating to Clauses 63 to 85 and Schedule 7, Amendments relating to Clauses 86 to 90 and Schedule 8.-- [Mr. Charles Wardle.]

New clause 13 --

Application of certain provisions to police authorities established under section 3 of the Police Act 1964


.--(1) Any relevant legislative provision which, immediately before the passing of this Act, applied to police authorities constituted in accordance with section 2 of the Police Act 1964 shall, except where the context otherwise requires, apply in the same way to police authorities established under section 3 of the Police Act 1964 (as substituted by section 2 of this Act).

(2) Subsection (1) above is subject to any provision to the contrary made by or under this Act.

(3) For the purposes of subsection (1) above, a provision is a "relevant legislative provision" if it is a provision (other than a provision which applies only to specified police authorities) of an instrument which

(a) was made before the passing of this Act under a public general Act, and

(b) is of a legislative character.'.-- [Mr. Charles Wardle.] Brought up, and read the First time.

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