Amendments proposed to the Licensing Bill [Lords] - continued House of Commons

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Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

262

Clause     127,     page     69,     line     44,     at end insert—

    '( )   The court must order the forfeiture of the licence if the holder of the licence is convicted of a serious offence.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

263

Clause     127,     page     70,     line     1,     leave out 'this section' and insert 'subsection (2)'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban
Nick Harvey

296

Clause     132,     page     72,     line     40,     at end insert—

    '( )   Where, under section 123, details of relevant offences and foreign offences are contained in the licence, these must be removed by the relevant licensing authority at the request of the personal licence holder once they have become spent.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

394

Clause     132,     page     73,     line     1,     leave out '14' and insert '21'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

239

Clause     133,     page     73,     line     10,     after 'alcohol', insert 'or provide regulated entertainment,'.


   

Mr Andrew Turner

441

Clause     134,     page     73,     line     29,     at beginning insert 'Save as provided in subsection (2A),'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

434

Clause     134,     page     73,     line     34,     leave out subsections (2) and (3).

   

Mr Andrew Turner

442

Clause     134,     page     74,     line     5,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   No offence shall be committed where the licensable activity is of minimal duration or impact on the local community.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

435

Clause     134,     page     74,     line     6,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   Where the licensable activity in question is the retail of alcohol, a person does not commit an offence under this section if his only involvement is to consume alcohol sold on the premises.'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

395

Clause     135,     page     74,     line     16,     leave out 'exposes' and insert 'offers'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

443

Clause     135,     page     74,     line     25,     leave out 'either destroyed or'.


   

Mr Andrew Turner

444

Clause     136,     page     74,     line     39,     leave out 'either destroyed or'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

426

Clause     137,     page     75,     line     4,     leave out paragraph (a).


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

396

Clause     138,     page     75,     line     21,     leave out '(i)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

397

Clause     138,     page     75,     line     22,     leave out '(if any)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

398

Clause     138,     page     75,     line     25,     leave out 'any member or' and insert 'an'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

399

Clause     139,     page     75,     line     42,     leave out '(i)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

400

Clause     139,     page     76,     line     1,     leave out '(if any)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

401

Clause     139,     page     76,     line     4,     leave out 'any member or' and insert 'an'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

402

Clause     141,     page     76,     line     33,     leave out '(i)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

403

Clause     141,     page     76,     line     34,     leave out '(if any)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

404

Clause     141,     page     76,     line     37,     leave out 'any member or' and insert 'an'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

405

Clause     141,     page     76,     line     44,     leave out '1' and insert '3'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

445

Clause     143,     page     77,     line     35,     at beginning insert—

    '( )   In pursuit of the licensing objective in section 5(2)(d), children under the age of 14 are not permitted to enter nightclubs.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

447

Clause     143,     page     77,     line     36,     leave out '14' and insert '18'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

448

Clause     143,     page     77,     line     37,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   A person commits an offence if he permits children under the age of 14 to enter licensed premises when unaccompanied by an adult over the age of 18.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

446

Clause     143,     page     77,     line     40,     leave out 'nightclubs;'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

449

Clause     143,     page     77,     line     42,     at end insert—

    '(3)   A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale.'.

   

Dr Kim Howells

29

Page     77,     line     34,     leave out Clause 143.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

450

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     1,     leave out 'or'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

451

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     2,     at end insert 'or—

    (c)   a trading standards officer.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

454

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     23,     leave out 'or cider' and insert ', cider or spirit based coolers'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

453

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     26,     leave out 'an individual aged 18 or over' and insert 'the relevant person'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

407

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '(5A)   This section does not apply to the advance purchase of a set of goods and services that includes alcohol if no alcohol is subsequently supplied to or for the consumption of a person aged under 18.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

452

Clause     147,     page     80,     line     28,     leave out subsection (6).


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

221

Clause     151,     page     82,     line     37,     at end insert—

    '(4)   For the purpose of subsection (1), these licensed premises are—

      (a) public houses;

      (b) nightclubs; and

      (c) any similar establishment whose primary purpose is the consumption of alcohol.'.

   

Dr Kim Howells

30

Page     82,     line     25,     leave out Clause 151.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

428

Clause     154,     page     83,     line     42,     leave out paragraphs (b) and (c).


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

427

Clause     155,     page     84,     line     16,     leave out paragraph (a).


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

222

Clause     159,     page     86,     line     15,     leave out 'be closed' and insert 'cease carrying on licensable activities under Section 1 of this Act'.


   

Dr Kim Howells

31

Clause     160,     page     87,     line     11,     leave out 'disturbance' and insert 'nuisance'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

314

Clause     172,     page     95,     line     5,     leave out 'engaged on an international journey'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

324

Clause     172,     page     95,     line     5,     at end insert—

      '(bb) aboard a vessel licensed by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency for licensable activity,'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

364

Clause     172,     page     95,     line     5,     at end insert—

      '(bb) aboard a vessel on which any licensable activity is incidental to the primary purpose of conveying passengers on a scheduled service,'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban
Nick Harvey

329

Clause     172,     page     95,     line     10,     after 'effect,', insert—

      '(ff) to the extent that it would otherwise constitute the provision of regulated entertainment, at the premises of a voluntary sports club,'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban
Nick Harvey

330

Clause     172,     page     95,     line     18,     at end insert—

    '( )   For the purposes of subsection (1)(ff) "voluntary sports club" means a club the main purpose of which is to provide facilities for, and promote participation in, one or more sports designated for that purpose in an order made by the Secretary of State or by reference to a list of sports maintained by a body specified in such an order.'.

 
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