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Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  237,  line  18,  column 2,  at beginning insert—

  

‘Section 86(4).

 
  

Section 87(6).’.

 
 

Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  237,  column 2,  leave out lines 18 to 20.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  237,  line  36,  at end insert—

 

‘Public Order Act 1986 (c. 64)

Section 29B(3).

 
  

In section 29H—

 
  

(a)    

in subsection (1), the words “in England and

 
  

Wales”; and

 
  

(b)    

subsection (2).

 
  

In section 29I—

 
  

(a)    

in subsection (2)(a), the words “in the case of

 
  

an order made in proceedings in England and

 
  

Wales,”; and

 
  

(b)    

subsections (2)(b) and (4).

 
  

In section 29L(1) and (2), the words “in England and

 
  

Wales”.’.

 
 

Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  237,  line  37,  column 2,  at end insert—

  

‘In Schedule 2, in paragraph 1(d), the words “in

 
  

relation to a photograph or pseudo-photograph

 
  

showing a child under 16”.’.

 

 
 

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Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  238,  line  15,  column 2,  at end insert—

  

‘In section 54(2), the words “and the Central Police

 
  

Training and Development Authority”.’.

 
 

Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  238,  leave out line 31.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Schedule  23,  page  239,  line  20,  column 2, leave out ‘paragraph 73’ and insert

 

‘paragraphs 73 and 119’.

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Schedule  23,  page  239,  line  20,  at end add—

 

extradition

 

Title

Extent of Repeal

 
 

Police and Justice Act 2006 (c.48)

Section 53(2)(b).

 
  

In Schedule 13, paragraphs 4 to 6

 
  

together with the cross heading

 
  

immediately preceding them.’.

 
 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  15,  after ‘follows’ insert ‘and to any other provision of

 

this Act’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  15,  at end insert—

 

‘(1A)    

Subsection (1) does not apply to Part 4, the following provisions of which extend

 

to England and Wales only—

 

(a)    

paragraphs 1 to 5, 8 and 9 of Schedule 7 and sections 30 to 34, so far as

 

relating to complaints about matters falling within any of paragraphs 1 to

 

5 of that Schedule;

 

(b)    

paragraphs 1 to 4 of Schedule 8 and sections 35 and 36, so far as relating

 

to deaths falling within any of those paragraphs;

 

(c)    

section 37(3)(a) to (f);


 
 

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(d)    

sections 37(apart from subsection (3)(a) to (h)) and 38, so far as relating

 

to requests by the Secretary of State which specify matters which—

 

(i)    

relate to events which have (or may have) occurred as mentioned

 

in any of paragraphs (a) to (f) of section 37(3); or

 

(ii)    

the Secretary of State considers are (or may be) linked to such

 

events;

 

(e)    

sections 39 to 41, so far as relating to investigations of complaints, deaths

 

or requests mentioned in paragraph (a), (b) or (d) above;

 

(f)    

sections 43 and 47, so far as relating to complaints mentioned in

 

paragraph (a) above or investigations of deaths or requests mentioned in

 

paragraph (b) or (d) above.’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  18,  leave out paragraph (a) and insert—

 

‘(a)    

sections 29, 37(3)(g) and (h), 42, 44 to 46, 48 (subject to subsection (5)),

 

49 to 52 and Schedule 10;

 

(aa)    

paragraphs 6 and 7 of Schedule 7 and sections 30 to 34, so far as relating

 

to complaints about matters falling within either of those paragraphs;

 

(ab)    

paragraphs 4 to 6 of Schedule 8 and sections 35 and 36, so far as relating

 

to deaths falling within any of those paragraphs;

 

(ac)    

sections 37 (apart from subsection (3)(a) to (h)) and 38, so far as relating

 

to requests by the Secretary of State which specify matters which—

 

(i)    

relate to events which have (or may have) occurred as mentioned

 

in paragraph (g) or (h) of section 37(3); or

 

(ii)    

the Secretary of State considers are (or may be) linked to such

 

events;

 

(ad)    

sections 39 to 41, so far as relating to investigations of complaints, deaths

 

or requests mentioned in paragraph (aa), (ab) or (ac) above;

 

(ae)    

sections 43 and 47, so far as relating to complaints mentioned in

 

paragraph (aa) above or investigations of deaths or requests mentioned in

 

paragraph (ab) or (ac) above.’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  35,  leave out paragraph (c).

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  36,  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

section (Northern Ireland Commissioner for Prison Complaints:

 

disclosure of information etc);’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  37,  leave out paragraph (d) and insert—

 

‘(d)    

sections 64 to (Special rules relating to providers of information society

 

services) and Schedule (Special rules relating to providers of

 

information society services);’.


 
 

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Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  37,  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

section 79(6) and (7) (so far as relating to any provision of Part 3 of the

 

Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 which extends to Northern Ireland);

 

( )    

sections (Transfer of certificates to central authority for Scotland), 80

 

and 81 and Schedules (Penalties suitable for enforcement in England and

 

Wales or Northern Ireland) and 16;’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  38,  leave out paragraph (e).

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  40,  leave out paragraph (a) and insert—

 

‘(a)    

sections (Appointment etc. of Northern Ireland Commissioner for Prison

 

Complaints) to (Northern Ireland Commissioner for Prison Complaints:

 

power to confer new functions) (except section (Northern Ireland

 

Commissioner for Prison Complaints: disclosure of information etc.))

 

and Schedules (The Northern Ireland Commissioner for Prison

 

Complaints), (The Northern Ireland Commissioner for Prison

 

Complaints: complaints remit), (The Northern Ireland Commissioner for

 

Prison Complaints: deaths remit) and (The Northern Ireland

 

Commissioner for Prison Complaints: controlling authorities);’.

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  40,  at end insert—

 

‘(aa)    

section [Amendment of the Criminal Law Act (Northern Ireland) 1967];’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  40,  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

sections (Requests to other member States: Northern Ireland) and

 

(Procedure on receipt of certificate by Lord Chancellor: Northern

 

Ireland);

 

( )    

sections (Requests from other member States: Northern Ireland) and

 

(Procedure on receipt of certificate by clerk of petty sessions);’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  84,  line  41,  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

paragraph 21(3) and (4) of Schedule 22.’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  127,  page  85,  line  1,  leave out ‘or repeal’ and insert ‘, repeal or revocation’.


 
 

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Mr David Hanson

 

Parliamentary Star    

Clause  127,  page  85,  line  3,  at end insert—

 

‘(6)    

The following amendments and repeals also extend to the Channel Islands and the

 

Isle of Man—

 

(a)    

the amendments of sections 26 and 70(1) of the Children and Young

 

Persons Act 1969 (c. 54) (transfers between England or Wales and the

 

Channel Islands or Isle of Man) made by Schedule 4, and

 

(b)    

the repeals in Part 1 of Schedule 23 relating to those amendments.

 

(7)    

In section 7(2) of the Nuclear Material (Offences) Act 1983 (c. 18) (application

 

to Channel Islands, Isle of Man, etc.) the reference to that Act includes a reference

 

to that Act as amended by Schedule 15.

 

(8)    

In section 384 of the Armed Forces Act 2006 (c. 52) (extent to Channel Islands,

 

Isle of Man, etc.) any reference to that Act includes a reference to—

 

(a)    

that Act as amended by any provision of this Act, and

 

(b)    

paragraph 13 of Schedule (Amendments to armed forces legislation).’.

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  11,  at end insert—

 

‘(aa)    

section [Restriction on extradition in cases where trial in United

 

Kingdom more appropriate];’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  17,  at end insert—

 

‘(h)    

paragraphs 6(3) and 12 to 15 of Schedule (Hatred on the grounds of

 

sexual orientation) and the repeals in Part 4 of Schedule 23 relating to

 

Part 3A of the Public Order Act 1986 (c. 64).’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  17,  at end insert—

 

‘(i)    

paragraphs 8A to 8E of Schedule 21.’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  22,  at end insert—

 

‘(d)    

paragraphs 2 to 7 of Schedule (Sexual offences: grooming and

 

adoption).’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  22,  at end insert—

 

‘(2A)    

Where any particular provision or provisions of a Schedule come into force in

 

accordance with subsection (1) or (2), the section introducing the Schedule also


 
 

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comes into force in accordance with that subsection so far as relating to the

 

particular provision or provisions.’.

 

Mr David Hanson

 

Clause  128,  page  85,  line  28,  leave out paragraph (d) and insert—

 

‘(d)    

sections 76, 77, (Requests to other member States: Northern Ireland),

 

(Procedure on receipt of certificate by Lord Chancellor: Northern

 

Ireland), 78, 79, (Modification of Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980),

 

(Requests from other member States: Northern Ireland), (Procedure on

 

receipt of certificate by clerk of petty sessions), (Modification of

 

Magistrates’ Courts (Northern Ireland) Order 1981), (Transfer of

 

certificates to central authority for Scotland), 80 and 81 and Schedules

 

(Penalties suitable for enforcement in England and Wales or Northern

 

Ireland) and 16.’.

 

.

 

New Clauses

 

Power of Court of Appeal to disregard developments in the law

 

Mr David Hanson

 

NC28

 

To move the following Clause:—

 

‘(1)    

The Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (c. 19) is amended as follows.

 

(2)    

In section 2 (appeals against conviction), after subsection (1B) (as inserted by

 

section 26(2)) insert—

 

“(1C)    

In determining for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) whether the

 

convictiongraphic is unsafe the Court may, if they think it appropriate in all the

 

circumstances of the case, disregard any development in the law since the

 

date of the conviction.”

 

(3)    

In section 13 (disposal of appeals against verdict of not guilty by reason of

 

insanity), after subsection (1B) (as inserted by section 26(2A)) insert—

 

“(1C)    

In graphicdetermining for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) whether the verdict

 

is unsafe the Court may, if they think it appropriate in all the

 

circumstances of the case, disregard any development in the law since the

 

date of the verdict.”’.

 

(4)    

In section 16 (disposal of appeals against finding of disability), after subsection

 

(1B) graphic(as inserted by section 26(2B)) insert—

 

“(1C)    

In determining for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) whether a finding is

 

unsafe the Court may, if they think it appropriate in all the circumstances

 

of the case, disregard any development in the law since the date of the

 

finding.” ’.

 

As an Amendment to Mr David Hanson’s proposed New Clause (Power of Court of

 

Appeal to disregard developments in the law) (NC28):—


 
 

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Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

(a)

 

Line  6,  after ‘case’, insert ‘and are satisfied that it would not give rise to

 

substantial injustice’.

 


 

Meaning of unsafe: Northern Ireland

 

Mr David Hanson

 

NC29

 

To move the following Clause:—

 

‘(1)    

The Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 (c. 47) is amended as follows.

 

(2)    

In section 2 (grounds for allowing an appeal against conviction) after subsection

 

(1) insert—

 

“(1A)    

For the purposes of subsection (1)(a), the conviction is not unsafe if the

 

Court thinks that there is no reasonable doubt about the appellant’s guilt.

 

(1B)    

Subsection (1A) does not require the Court to dismiss the appeal if it

 

thinks that it would seriously undermine the proper administration of

 

justice to allow the conviction to stand.”

 

(3)    

In section 12 (appeal against finding of not guilty on ground of insanity), after

 

subsection (2) insert—

 

“(2A)    

For the purposes of subsection (2)(a), the finding shall not be regarded as

 

unsafe for a reason unrelated to the correctness of the finding of insanity

 

if the Court thinks that there is no reasonable doubt that the accused did

 

the act or made the omission charged.

 

(2B)    

Subsection (2A) does not require the Court to dismiss the appeal if it

 

thinks that it would seriously undermine the proper administration of

 

justice to allow the finding to stand.”

 

(4)    

In section 13A (appeal against finding of unfitness to be tried), after subsection

 

(3) insert—

 

“(3A)    

For the purposes of subsection (3)(a), a finding shall not be regarded as

 

unsafe for a reason unrelated to the correctness of the finding that the

 

accused is unfit to be tried if the Court thinks that there is no reasonable

 

doubt that the accused did the act or made the omission charged.

 

(3B)    

Subsection (3A) does not require the Court to dismiss the appeal if it

 

thinks that it would seriously undermine the proper administration of

 

justice to allow the finding to stand.”’.

 

(5)    

In section 25 (evidence)—

 

(a)    

in subsection (2)(b) after “allowing” insert “or dismissing”, and

 

(b)    

in subsection (2)(c) for “which is the subject of the appeal” substitute

 

“which is relevant to the determination of the appeal”.

 

(6)    

After section 29 insert—


 
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