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Identity Cards Bill

lords non-insistence on certain lords amendments,

disagreement to commons amendments in lieu and amendments

in lieu

[The page and line references are to HL Bill 28, the bill as first printed for the Lords.]

Clause 5

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 16

16

Page 4, line 44, leave out “must” and insert “may, if the individual so chooses,”

 

COMMONS DISAGREEMENT AND REASON

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason—

16A

Because the Commons consider it appropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 

ID Card issued to him

 

lords insistence and reason

 

The Lords insist on their Amendments 16 and 22 for the following Reason—

16B

Because the Lords consider it inappropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 

ID Card issued to him

 

COMMONS INSISTENCE AND AMENDMENT IN LIEU

 

The Commons insist on their disagreement to Lords Amendments 16 and 22 but propose

 

Amendment 22C in lieu

 

lords insistence, disagreement and reason

 

The Lords insist on their Amendments 16 and 22 and disagree to Amendment 22C

 

proposed by the Commons in lieu for the following Reason—

16C

Because the Lords consider it inappropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 
 
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ID Card issued to him.

 

COMMONS INSISTENCE AND AMENDMENTS IN lIEU

 

The Commons insist on their disagreement to Lords Amendments 16 and 22 but propose

 

Amendments 22E and 22F in lieu

 

lords non-insistence, disagreement and amendments in lieu

 

The Lords do not insist on their Amendments 16 and 22, in respect of which the Commons

 

have insisted on their disagreement, do disagree with the Commons in their Amendments

 

22E and 22F in lieu, and do propose Amendments 22G and 22H in lieu

Clause 8

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 22

22

Page 7, line 42, leave out “must” and insert “may, if the individual so chooses,”

 

COMMONS DISAGREEMENT AND REASON

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason—

22A

Because the Commons consider it appropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 

ID Card issued to him

 

lords insistence and reason

 

The Lords insist on their Amendments 16 and 22 for the following Reason—

22B

Because the Lords consider it inappropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 

ID Card issued to him

 

COMMONS INSISTENCE AND AMENDMENT IN LIEU

 

The Commons insist on their disagreement to Lords Amendments 16 and 22 but propose

 

Amendment 22C in lieu

22C

Page 4, line 45, after “include” insert “or be accompanied by”

 

lords insistence, disagreement and reason

 

The Lords insist on their Amendments 16 and 22 and disagree to Amendment 22C

 

proposed by the Commons in lieu for the following Reason—

22D

Because the Lords consider it inappropriate that a person applying for a designated

 

document be required at the same time to apply to be entered in the Register and to have an

 

ID Card issued to him.

 

COMMONS INSISTENCE AND AMENDMENTS IN lIEU

 

The Commons insist on their disagreement to Lords Amendments 16 and 22 but propose


 
 

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Amendments 22E and 22F in lieu

22E

Page 7      , line 38, after “accompanies” insert “or includes”

22F

Page 7      , line 43, leave out from “manner” to the end and insert “ensure that an

 

application to be issued with such a card accompanies or is included”

 

lords non-insistence, disagreement and amendments in lieu

 

The Lords do not insist on their Amendments 16 and 22, in respect of which the Commons

 

have insisted on their disagreement, do disagree with the Commons in their Amendments

 

22E and 22F in lieu, and do propose Amendments 22G and 22H in lieu—

22G

Page 4, line 44, after “individual” insert “and is made on or before 31st December

 

2011, that application may, if the individual so chooses, include an application by

 

that individual to be entered in the Register.

 

(2A)    

Where an application to be issued with a designated document is made by

 

an individual and is made after 31st December 2011,”

22H

Page 7, line 42, leave out from “card” to end of line 2 on page 8 and insert “may, if

 

the individual so chooses, in the prescribed manner, include an application to be

 

issued with such a card in any application made by him to be issued with a

 

designated document, where that application is made on or before 31st December

 

2011.

 

(7A)    

An individual who is not already the holder of an ID card must, in the

 

prescribed manner, include an application to be issued with such a card in

 

any application made by him to be issued with a designated document,

 

where that application is made after 31st December 2011.””


 
 

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