Amendments proposed to the Prevention of Terrorism Bill - continued House of Commons

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David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

133

Clause     1,     page     2,     line     39,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   A control order may not require the controlled person to submit to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment.'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

151

Clause     1,     page     2,     line     39,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   A control order may only impose an obligation on a controlled person to meet, report to or otherwise have dealings with, or to allow on to land or buildings in his occupation, a police constable.'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

154

Clause     1,     page     2,     line     39,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   A control order may only impose an obligation on a controlled person to meet. report to or otherwise have dealings with, or to allow on to land or buildings in his occupation, a specified person or any person who is a British citizen and is not in the employment of or under contract to any foreign government.'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael

62

Clause     1,     page     2,     line     40,     leave out subsection (4).

   

Mr Simon Thomas
Mr Alex Salmond
Mr Elfyn Llwyd
Mr Michael Weir
Hywel Williams
Annabelle Ewing

Adam PricePete WishartAngus Robertson

176

*Clause     1,     page     2,     line     42,     leave out 'includes, in particular' and insert 'shall not be construed so as to include'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael

63

Clause     1,     page     2,     line     43,     leave out 'place or'.

   

Mr David Winnick
Mr Richard Burden

163

*Clause     1,     page     3,     line     6,     at end insert—

    '(6A)   Where the Secretary of State makes a control order—

      (a) he must immediately refer the order to the court and notify the controlled person that he has done so; and

      (b) the court must consider whether the matters relied on by the Secretary of State to justify the making of the order were capable (if not disproved) of constituting reasonable grounds for him to make the order he did.

    (6B)   The court's consideration on a reference under subsection (6A)(a) must begin no more than 7 days after the day on which the control order in question was made.

    (6C)   On a reference under subsection (6A)(a), the court—

      (a) if not satisfied that the matters relied on by the Secretary of State were capable of constituting reasonable grounds for him to make a control order against the controlled person, must quash the order; and

      (b) in any other case, must give directions for the carrying out of a hearing by the court relating to the order.

    (6D)   On a hearing by the court under subsection (6C)(c), the court must conduct its own hearing of each of the matters that fell to be determined by the Secretary of State—

      (a) in making his decision to make the order; and

      (b) in making his decisions to impose the obligations imposed by the order;

    and the court must make its own determination on each of those matters.

    (6E)   The powers of the court in making the determinations under subsection (6D) are confined to—

      (a) power to confirm the order as made;

      (b) power to quash the order;

      (c) power to quash one or more obligations imposed by the order;

      (d) power to give directions to the Secretary of State for the revocation of the order or for the modification of the obligations it imposes.

    (6F)   If requested to do so by the controlled person, the court must discontinue—

      (a) a reference under subsection (6A)(a); or

      (b) a hearing under subsection (6C)(c).'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

152

Clause     1,     page     3,     line     7,     leave out 'specified person' and insert 'police constable'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

198

*Clause     1,     page     3,     line     9,     at end insert—

    '(7A)   A control order may not be made against more than one individual.'.

   

Mr Jim Cousins

172

*Clause     1,     page     3,     line     12,     at end insert 'related to a threat to national security or a threat to the national security of other nations'.

   

Lynne Jones
John Austin

178

*Clause     1,     page     3,     line     15,     leave out 'gives' and insert 'is intended to give'.

   

Lynne Jones
John Austin

179

*Clause     1,     page     3,     line     16,     leave out 'or which is intended to do so'.

   

Mr John Denham
Vera Baird
Mr David Kidney
Lynne Jones

96

Clause     1,     page     3,     line     21,     at end add—

    '(9)   Before making a control order the Secretary of State must—

      (a) seek the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions on whether there is sufficient evidence on which to bring a criminal prosecution against the controlled person; and

      (b) publish on the face of the control order a statement as to whether or not such advice has been obtained.'.

   

David DavisMr Dominic GrievePatrick MercerDavid Maclean

217

*Page     1,     line     2,     leave out Clause 1.


   

Mr Win Griffiths
Mrs Jackie Lawrence
Richard Burden
Mr Clive Betts
Mr Simon Thomas
Mr Alex Salmond

Mr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael WeirHywel Williams
Annabelle EwingAdam PricePete Wishart
Angus RobertsonVera Baird

6

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     23,     after 'The', insert 'court on the application of the'.

   

Mr Robin Cook
Mr Chris Smith
Vera Baird
Helen Jackson
Mr Jim Cousins
Rob Marris

Joan RuddockMr Clive BettsLynne Jones
Dr Desmond TurnerMr Simon ThomasMr Alex Salmond
Mr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael WeirHywel Williams
Annabelle EwingAdam PricePete Wishart
Angus Robertson

1

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     23,     leave out 'make' and insert 'apply for'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Lynne Jones
John Austin
David Davis

Mr Dominic GrievePatrick MercerDavid Maclean

64

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     23,     leave out 'make' and insert 'apply to the court for'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

183

*Clause     2,     page     3,     line     23,     after 'order', insert 'under section 1'.

   

Mr Win Griffiths
Mrs Jackie Lawrence
Richard Burden
Mr Clive Betts
Vera Baird
Mr Simon Thomas

Mr Alex SalmondMr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael Weir
Hywel WilliamsAnnabelle EwingAdam Price
Pete WishartAngus Robertson

7

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     26,     leave out 'he' and insert 'it'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael

65

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     26,     leave out 'on the balance of probabilities' and insert 'beyond reasonable doubt'.

   

Mr Win Griffiths
Mrs Jackie Lawrence
Richard Burden
Mr Clive Betts
Vera Baird
Mr Simon Thomas

Mr Alex SalmondMr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael Weir
Hywel WilliamsAnnabelle EwingAdam Price
Pete WishartAngus Robertson

8

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     28,     leave out 'he' and insert 'it'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Lynne Jones
John Austin

67

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     29,     leave out 'purposes connected with' and insert 'the purpose of'.

   

Mr Win Griffiths

168

*Clause     2,     page     3,     line     32,     leave out 'and'.

   

Mr Win Griffiths

169

*Clause     2,     page     3,     line     34,     at end insert 'and

      (e) he has obtained the agreement of the Intelligence and Security Commitee ("the Committee").

    (1A)   For the purposes of subsection (1)(e)—

      (a) the Secretary of State must place before the Committee—

      (i) the evidence on which he relied in deciding to apply for the making of a control order imposing a derogating obligation, and

      (ii) a statement of the reasons for his decision, and

      (b) the Committee must decide, within 48 hours of receiving that evidence and that statement, whether or not to agree to the application.'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr David Heath
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Lynne Jones
John Austin

66

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     35,     leave out from beginning to end of line 34 on page 4.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
David Maclean

184

*Clause     2,     page     3,     line     35,     leave out subsections (2) to (7).

   

Mr Win Griffiths
Mrs Jackie Lawrence
Richard Burden
Mr Clive Betts
Vera Baird
Mr Simon Thomas

Mr Alex SalmondMr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael Weir
Hywel WilliamsAnnabelle EwingAdam Price
Pete WishartAngus Robertson

9

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     35,     after 'the', insert 'court on the application of the'.

   

Mr Robin Cook
Mr Chris Smith
Vera Baird
Helen Jackson
Mr Jim Cousins
Rob Marris

Joan RuddockAdam PriceMr Clive Betts
Lynne JonesDr Desmond TurnerMr Simon Thomas
Mr Alex SalmondMr Elfyn LlwydMr Michael Weir
Hywel WilliamsAnnabelle EwingPete Wishart
Angus Robertson

2

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     35,     leave out 'makes' and insert 'applies for'.

 
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