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Amendment Paper as at
Tuesday 16th March 2004

STANDING COMMITTEE B


New Amendments handed in are marked thus *

PENSIONS BILL

NOTE

The Amendments have been arranged in accordance with the Resolution of the Programming Sub-Committee [15th March 2004].

RESOLUTION OF THE PROGRAMMING SUB-COMMITTEE

The Programming Sub-Committee appointed by the Speaker in respect of the Bill agreed the following Resolution at its meeting on Monday 15th March (Sessional Order C relating to Programming)
That the Order of the Committee of 9th March 2004 be amended by the substitution of the following Table for the Table referred to in paragraphs (2), (3) and (4) of that Order—

'TABLE

SittingProceedingsTime for conclusion of proceedings
16th March (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 1 to 3, Schedule 1, Clauses 4 to 11, Schedule 2, Clauses 12 to 60, Schedule 3, Clauses 61 to 76, Schedule 4 and Clauses 77 to 80 (so far as not previously concluded).11.25 a.m.
16th March (2.30 p.m.)Clauses 220 and 221, Schedule 10, Clauses 222 and 223, Clauses 191 to 193, Schedule 9 and Clauses 194 and 195.
18th March (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 220 and 221, Schedule 10, Clauses 222 and 223, Clauses 191 to 193, Schedule 9 and Clauses 194 and 195 (so far as not previously concluded).11.25 a.m.
18th March (2.00 p.m.)Clauses 196 to 219 and Clauses 178 to 190.
23rd March (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 196 to 219 and Clauses 178 to 190 (so far as not previously concluded).
23rd March (2.30 p.m.)Clauses 196 to 219 and Clauses 178 to 190 (so far as not previously concluded).8.00 p.m.
25th March (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177.
25th March (2.00 p.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
30th March (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
30th March (2.30 p.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
1st April (9.30 a.m.)Clause 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
1st April (2.00 p.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
20th April (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).
20th April (2.30 p.m.)Clauses 81 to 83, Schedule 5, Clauses 84 to 123, Schedule 6, Clause 124, Schedule 7, Clauses 125 to 162, Schedule 8 and Clauses 163 to 177 (so far as not previously concluded).8.00 p.m.
22nd April (9.30 a.m.)Clauses 224 to 242, Schedule 11, Clause 243, Schedule 12, Clauses 244 to 248.11.25 a.m.
22nd April (2.00 p.m.)New Clauses, New Schedules and remaining proceedings on the Bill.5.00 p.m.'

Malcolm Wicks has given notice of his intention to move a motion in the terms of the Resolution of the Programming Sub-Committee [Sessional Order C(9) relating to Programming (28th June 2001)].


   

Malcolm Wicks

35

Clause     57,     page     37,     leave out lines 6 and 7 and insert—

      '(c)  by or on behalf of—

      (i) the Regulator, or

      (ii) any public authority (within the meaning of section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998 (c.42)) which receives the information directly or indirectly from the Regulator,

      for any of the purposes specified in section 17(2)(a) to (d) of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c.24) (criminal proceedings and investigations).'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

36

Clause     57,     page     37,     line     7,     at end insert—

    '( )   Section 18 of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c.24) (restriction on disclosure of information for overseas purposes) has effect in relation to a disclosure authorised by subsection (2) as it has effect in relation to a disclosure authorised by any of the provisions to which section 17 of that Act applies.'.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

213

Page     37,     line     20,     leave out Clause 59.


   

Malcolm Wicks

37

Clause     61,     page     38,     leave out lines 11 and 12 and insert—

      '(a)  by or on behalf of—

      (i) the Regulator, or

      (ii) any public authority (within the meaning of section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998 (c.42)) which receives the information directly or indirectly from the Regulator,

      for any of the purposes specified in section 17(2)(a) to (d) of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c.24) (criminal proceedings and investigations),'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

38

Clause     61,     page     38,     line     13,     leave out 'other'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

39

Clause     61,     page     39,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '( )   Section 18 of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c.24) (restriction on disclosure of information for overseas purposes) has effect in relation to a disclosure authorised by subsection (2) as it has effect in relation to a disclosure authorised by any of the provisions to which section 17 of that Act applies.'.


   

Malcolm Wicks

40

Clause     62,     page     39,     line     37,     after '(2)' insert 'above or section 19 of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c.24) (disclosure of information held by revenue departments)'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

214

Page     39,     line     28,     leave out Clause 62.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

245

Clause     63,     page     40,     line     11,     leave out 'absolutely privileged' and insert 'subject to qualified privilege'.


   

Malcolm Wicks

41

Clause     64,     page     40,     line     22,     after 'legislation' insert '(other than any enactment contained in or made by virtue of Part 2)'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

42

Clause     64,     page     40,     line     28,     leave out from 'imposed' to end of line 30 and insert 'on trustees or managers of occupational pension schemes by, or by virtue of, Part 3 (scheme funding);'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson

234

Clause     64,     page     41,     line     5,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   Any code of practice issued by the Regulator must include an analysis of the costs and benefits of the code.'

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

246

Clause     64,     page     41,     leave out lines 11 to 13.

   

Malcolm Wicks

43

Clause     64,     page     41,     line     19,     after 'Ombudsman' insert ', proceedings of the Ombudsman for the Board of the Pension Protection Fund and proceedings of the Board of the Pension Protection Fund under section 168 or 169'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

44

Clause     64,     page     41,     line     24,     leave out ', and section 33,'.

   

Malcolm Wicks

45

Clause     64,     page     41,     line     26,     after 'Part 1' insert 'or section 33'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

247

Clause     64,     page     41,     line     29,     at end insert—

       '(9) A revision or revocation under subsection (3) or (4) above shall be subject to the consultation requirements set out in section 65.'


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson

235

Clause     65,     page     41,     line     32,     after 'code' insert 'which includes a draft analysis of the costs and benefits of the code'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson
Gregory Barker
Mr David Ruffley

248

Clause     65,     page     41,     line     34,     after 'appropriate' insert 'including representatives of the pensions industry, of occupational pension schemes, trade unions and sponsoring employers.'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr George Osborne
Mr Peter Atkinson

254

Clause     65,     page     41,     line     34,     leave out ', and'.

 
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