Amendments proposed to the Terrorism Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

20

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     12,     at end insert— 'where the conduct was intended to be a direct or indirect encouragement or inducement to the commission, preparation or instigation of an act or acts of terrorism or if in all the circumstances it should have been apparent to the accused that it was likely to be so.'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

76

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     13,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   In the case of any publication directed to the commission, preparation or instigation of any such act outside the United Kingdom, no offence under this section shall be committed, if the statement relates solely to the use of force to resist or confront the armed or security forces of the country concerned in order to bring about a change in government or government policy in a country where free and fair elections by secret ballot are not held at reasonable intervals under conditions which ensure the free expression of the opinions of the people of that country in the choice of their government.'.

   

Mr Robert Marshall-Andrews
Alan Simpson
Jeremy Corbyn
Richard Burden
Ms Diane Abbott
Mrs Linda Riordan
Lynne Jones

24

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     14,     leave out 'direct or indirect encouragement or other inducement' and insert 'incitement'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

78

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     16,     leave out 'likely to be understood as such' and insert 'intended to be'.

   

Mr Robert Marshall-Andrews
Alan Simpson
Jeremy Corbyn
Richard Burden
Ms Diane Abbott
Mrs Linda Riordan
Lynne Jones

25

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     16,     leave out 'encouragement or other inducement' and insert 'incitement'.

   

Mr Robert Marshall-Andrews
Alan Simpson
Jeremy Corbyn
Richard Burden
Ms Diane Abbott
Mrs Linda Riordan
Lynne Jones

26

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     19,     leave out subsection (4).

   

Dr Evan Harris
Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

96

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     26,     at end insert—

      '(c) thereby causes a danger that one or more acts of terrorism or Convention offences may be committed.'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

45

Clause     2,     page     3,     line     32,     leave out paragraph (b).

   

Mr Douglas Hogg

74

Clause     2,     page     4,     line     1,     leave out paragraphs (a) to (c).

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

46

Clause     2,     page     4,     line     2,     after 'charged', insert 'or'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

47

Clause     2,     page     4,     line     5,     leave out paragraph (c).

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

56

Clause     2,     page     4,     line     11,     leave out from beginning to end of line 25 and insert—

      '(a) that the publication, so far as it contained matter by reference to which it was a terrorist publication within the meaning of subsection 2 (1) (apart from the possibility of his having been given and failed to comply with a notice under subsection 3 (3) below) neither expressed his own view nor had his endorsement; and

      (b) that the conduct in relation to that publication was not intended by him to constitute a direct or indirect encouragement or other inducement to the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism or to provide or make available assistance to any person in the commission or preparation of acts of terrorism.In any case in which defence above is raised by a defendant, it shall be for the prosecution to disprove it to the criminal standard of proof.'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

48

Clause     2,     page     4,     line     13,     leave out paragraphs (b) to (d).


   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

39

Clause     3,     page     5,     line     8,     leave out paragraph (a) and insert—

      '(a) a Crown Court Judge (or in Scotland a Judge in the High Court of Justiciary) has granted an order under subsection (3)'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

86

Clause     3,     page     5,     line     9,     leave out '2' and insert '3'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

40

Clause     3,     page     5,     line     14,     leave out 'constable giving' and insert 'judge granting'.

   

Mr William Cash

51

Clause     3,     page     6,     line     12,     leave out subsection (8).

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

41

Clause     3,     page     6,     line     19,     at end add—

    '(9)   A judge granting an order under this section must be satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the statement encourages terrorism.'.


   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

8

Clause     23,     page     21,     line     27,     leave out subsection (2).

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

9

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     3,     after 'to', insert 'a'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

10

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     7,     leave out 'special' and insert 'any'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

92

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     10,     at end insert 'In sub-paragraph (4) of paragraph 29, at the beginning insert "subject to sub-paragraph (3AB) of paragraph 36.".'.

   

Mr David Winnick

29

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     10,     at end insert—

    '(4A)   In subparagraphs (1) and (5) of paragraph 36 (period for which warrants may be extended) for the words "judicial authority" substitute "High Court Judge.".'.

   

Mr David Winnick
Emily Thornberry
Mr Sadiq Khan
Mr Chris Mullin
Dr Desmond Turner
Dr Rudi Vis

28

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     19,     leave out 'three months' and insert '28 days'.

   

Mr Elfyn Llwyd
Angus Robertson
Mr Alex Salmond
Hywel Williams
Adam Price
Stewart Hosie

68

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     19,     leave out 'three months' and insert 'fourteen days'.

   

Mr David Winnick

30

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     28,     leave out 'judicial authority' and insert 'High Court Judge'.

   

Mr David Winnick

31

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     33,     leave out 'judicial authority' and insert 'High Court Judge'.

   

David Davis
Mr Dominic Grieve
Patrick Mercer
Mr Edward Garnier

11

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     33,     leave out 'special' and insert 'any'.

   

Mr Mark Oaten
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Mr David Heath
Lynne Featherstone

93

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     36,     at end insert—

    '(3AB)   where the new specified period will end more than 14 days after the relevant time

      (a) judicial authority means—

      (i) in England and Wales, a judge of the High Court

      (ii) in Scotland, a judge of the Court of Session

      (iii) in Northern Ireland, a judge of the High Court of Northern Ireland.

      (b) the specified period may only be extended—

      (i) pending the result of an examination or analysis which is to be or is being carried out with a view to obtaining relevant evidence

      (ii) for the purpose of decryption of electronic data with a view to obtaining relevant evidence

      (iii) for the purpose of obtaining relevant evidence from outside the United Kingdom or from records within the United Kingdom which can not reasonably be obtained without such an extension of the specified period.

      (c) the specified period may only be extended if the judicial authority is satisfied that there is no reasonable possibility of the detainee being charged immediately with another offence relating to the terrorism or a terrorist act.

      (d) the judicial authority must approve the nature of any further questioning of the detainee during the new specified period.'.

   

Mr David Winnick

32

Clause     23,     page     22,     line     45,     after 'authority', insert 'or High Court Judge'.

   

Mr Elfyn Llwyd
Angus Robertson
Mr Alex Salmond
Hywel Williams
Adam Price
Stewart Hosie

66

Clause     23,     page     23,     line     6,     at end insert—

    '(6A)   In this section "judicial authority" means—

      (a) in England and Wales, a judge of the High Court; and

      (b) in Scotland, a judge of the Court of Session.'.

   

Mr Elfyn Llwyd
Angus Robertson
Mr Alex Salmond
Hywel Williams
Adam Price
Stewart Hosie

67

Clause     23,     page     23,     line     11,     at end insert—

    '(7A)   This section shall not apply in a case in which the judicial authority considering the case has not considered representations made by either the person detained or a representative of the person detained.'.

 
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