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NOTICES RELATING TO PRIVATE BUSINESS DEPOSITED ON
under SO169a, on the statement of opinion required by SO38(3)
Mersey Tunnels Bill
Ms Sally Keeble, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions, has made the following report:
Opposed Private Business
Appointed for Consideration at Seven o'clock During the Week ending
[By direction of the Chairman of Ways and Means.]
Consideration of Bill, as amended
City of London (Ward Elections) Bill. (By Order)
Amendment to be proposed (by the promoters)
Page 2, line 25 [Clause 3], leave out subsection (1) and insert
(1A) The extent of the right to appoint mentioned in section 6(1)(c) of the 1957 Act as depending on the size of the workforce shall be
(1B) In the case of a workforce of over 5 whose number is not exactly divisible by 5 or 50, as the case may be, the remainder shall be disregarded for the purposes of subsection (1A) above.'.
As Amendments to the Promoters' proposed Amendment (Amendment 149)
Mr Kelvin Hopkins
Ms Diane Abbott
Mr Alan Simpson
Mr Neil Gerrard
* Line 5, leave out from 'persons' to 'a' and insert 'elected as voters by a ballot of the workforce of'.
* Line 5, leave out from 'persons' to 'a' and insert 'elected as voters subject to (1C) below, by a ballot of the workforce of'.
* Line 6, leave out from 'ordinarily' to 'situated' and insert 'works within any workplace'.
* Line 16, after first '5', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 16, after second '5', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 17, after '5', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 17, after '50', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 18, after '50', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 19, after '50', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 19, at end insert
* Line 20, after first '5', insert 'trade union members'.
* Line 22, at end insert
(2) A single transferable vote is a vote
(b) capable of being transferred to the next choice when the vote is not needed to give a prior choice the necessary quota of votes or when a prior choice is eliminated from the list of candidates because of a deficiency in the number of votes given for him.'.
* Line 22, at end insert
[For further Amendments, see pp. 88 to 115 of the Notice Paper relating to Private Business.]
Withdrawal of Amendment
The promoters of the City of London (Ward Elections) Bill have withdrawn their amendment No. 9 (Private Business Notice Paper page 96).
|Prepared 25 January 2002|