Amendments proposed to the Crime (International Co-operation) Bill [Lords] - continued House of Commons

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Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

66

Clause     52,     page     32,     line     15,     at end insert—

      '(i) aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or inciting the commission of, or attempting or conspiring to commit, any of the offences in paragraphs (a) to (h)'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

67

Clause     52,     page     32,     line     35,     at end insert—

      '(e) aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or inciting the commission of, or attempting to commit, any of the offences in paragraphs (a) to (d)'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

68

Clause     52,     page     32,     line     38,     after 'of', insert 'or employed by'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

69

Clause     52,     page     32,     line     43,     after 'of', insert 'or employed by'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

70

Clause     54,     page     36,     line     4,     leave out 'in prescribed circumstances' and insert 'where a member state other than the United Kingdom has declared that it will apply discretionary conditions to the recognition of disqualifications, as described in Article 6(2) of the Convention on Driving Disqualifications 1998'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

104

Clause     55,     page     36,     line     26,     at end insert new sub-paragraph—

    '(g)   state that there is written evidence that the offender has had adequate opportunity to defend himself and to gain access to legal advice'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

105

Clause     55,     page     36,     line     27,     leave out subsection (3).

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

106

Clause     55,     page     36,     line     32,     at end insert 'written'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

107

Clause     56,     page     37,     line     20,     at end insert ', and

      (e) there is written evidence that the offender has had adequate opportunity to defend himself and to gain access to legal advice'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

108

Clause     57,     page     38,     line     43,     leave out subsection (7).


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

109

Clause     58,     page     39,     line     16,     leave out subsection (3).


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

110

Clause     59,     page     39,     line     31,     leave out 'given to' and insert 'served upon'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

111

Clause     59,     page     39,     line     32,     leave out subsection (4).

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

112

Clause     59,     page     39,     line     40,     leave out subsection (8).


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

113

Clause     63,     page     41,     line     26,     leave out subsection (2).


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

71

Clause     82,     page     55,     line     29,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   In subsection (1)(c) it is not reasonably practicable to make such request as is mentioned therein only if the duration of the foreign police or customs officer's travel to the United Kingdom is shorter than could reasonably allow for prior authorisation to be sought.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

72

Clause     82,     page     55,     line     38,     after 'party', insert 'and which is an offence under the law of any part of the United Kingdom,'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

73

Clause     82,     page     55,     line     44,     at beginning insert 'Subject to subsection (5A),'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

74

Clause     82,     page     55,     line     46,     leave out 'for all purposes'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

75

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     7,     at end insert—

    '(5A)   Relevant surveillance carried out by a foreign police or customs officer in the United Kingdom during the permitted period is to be lawful for all purposes only if the surveillance would otherwise be lawful under the law of that part of the United Kingdom in which it takes place notwithstanding its compliance with any conditions specified in an order made under subsection (4).'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

76

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     7,     at end insert—

    '(5A)   Nothing in this section shall render lawful the carrying of a firearm within the United Kingdom by a foreign police or customs officer.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

77

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     7,     at end insert—

    '(5A)   Nothing in this section shall render lawful the carrying of a firearm within the United Kingdom by a foreign police or customs officer except with the permission of either—

      (a) the Secretary of State acting personally, or

      (b) a chief officer of police acting personally.

    (5B)   the permission to carry a firearm referred to in subsection (5A) may only be given in circumstances in which it would be given to a constable acting under the law of the United Kingdom.

    (5C)   Where the permission to carry a firearm is given to a foreign police or customs officer under this section, then that firearm may only be used reasonably and in self-defence.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

78

Clause     82,     page     56,     leave out lines 8 to 10.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

79

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     9,     leave out 'incidental to' and insert 'a necessary element of'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

80

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     10,     at end insert—

    '(6A)   A foreign police or customs officer carrying out relevant surveillance under this section is a "public authority" for the purposes of section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998 (c. 42) (public authorities).

    (6B)   Nothing in this section shall have the effect of disapplying, or removing any civil liability under, any provision of the Human Rights Act 1998 in relation to a foreign police or customs officer.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

81

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     19,     leave out 'five hours' and insert 'one hour'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

82

Clause     82,     page     56,     line     20,     after 'enters', insert 'the airspace, territorial waters or, in the case of land entry, the customs area of'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

84

Clause     92,     page     61,     line     28,     leave out from 'section' to 'House' in line 29 and insert 'proposed to be made by the Secretary of State is not to be made unless a draft of the instrument containing the order has been laid before and approved by resolution of each'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

85

Clause     92,     page     61,     line     41,     at end add—

    '(9)   This section shall cease to have effect at the end of one year beginning with the date on which it comes into force.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

114

Clause     92,     page     62,     line     27,     leave out subsection (3).

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Robert Syms

115

Clause     92,     page     62,     line     31,     leave out from 'order' to 'is' in line 32.


   

Mr Bob Ainsworth

88

Clause     93,     page     62,     line     4,     at end insert—

    '( )   Any day appointed for the purposes of Part 1 (other than sections 32 to 41), and the related amendments and repeals, is to be one decided by the Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers.'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

86

Clause     93,     page     62,     line     10,     at end add—

    '(4)   No order shall be made under subsection (1) until—

      (a) the Extradition Bill has received Royal Assent; and

      (b) the Secretary of State has certified that the provisions of this Act and that Act are compatible.'.


REMAINING NEW CLAUSES RELATING TO PART 1

Persons under 18 years of age

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr Mark Francois

NC4

To move the following Clause:—

       'The Secretary of State may by order provide that the provisions of this Part shall apply with modifications in respect of persons under 18 years of age to take into account the needs of such persons.'.

 
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