Table of Contents for
Tuesday 24 Apr 2012

Volume No. 736Part No. 292

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House of Lords

Transport: Automatic Number Plate Recognition - Question

Museums and Galleries - Question

House of Lords: Reform - Question

Value Added Tax: Listed Places of Worship - Question

Procedure of the House - Motion to Agree

Scotland Bill - Third Reading

Clause 12 : The Scottish Government

Amendment 1

Amendment 2

Clause 21 : Speed Limits

Amendment 3

Amendments 4 to 6

Clause 22 : Speed limits: supplementary

Amendment 7

Clause 35 : References of compatibility issues to the High Court or Supreme Court

Amendment 8

Clause 36 : Convention rights and EU law: criminal appeals to the Supreme Court

Amendment 9

Clause 45 : Short title

Amendment 10

In the Title

Protection of Freedoms Bill - Commons Reason and Amendments

Motion A

Motion A1 (as an amendment to Motion A)

Motion B

Motion B1 (as an amendment to Motion B)

Motion C

Stephen Lawrence - Statement

Sunday Trading (London Olympic and Paralympic Games) Bill [HL] - Second Reading

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill - Returned from the Commons

Written Statements

Benefits: Social Fund - Statement

Malawi - Statement

Written Answers

Afghanistan - Question

Armed Forces: Destroyers and Frigates - Question

Aviation: fly.co.uk - Question

Civil Service: Redundancy - Question

Drought - Question

Energy: Fuel Poverty - Question

Energy: Fuel Storage - Question

Equality and Human Rights Commission - Questions

Government: Ministerial Salaries - Question

Internet: Broadband - Question

NHS: Pay - Question

Pensions - Question



This Table of Contents lists subject headings, timelines and
names of speakers in the Lords Hansard text for
Tuesday 24 Apr 2012

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House of Lords [24 Apr 2012]

2.30 pm

Transport: Automatic Number Plate Recognition - Question

2.37 pm

Earl Attlee:

Baroness Gardner of Parkes:

Earl Attlee:

Lord Bradshaw:

Earl Attlee:

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Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe:

Earl Attlee:

Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate:

Earl Attlee:

Lord Geddes:

Earl Attlee:

Lord Davies of Oldham:

Earl Attlee:

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Lord Elystan-Morgan:

Earl Attlee:

Lord Elystan-Morgan:

Noble Lords:

Museums and Galleries - Question

2.44 pm

Baroness Rawlings:

Lord Sheldon:

Baroness Rawlings:

Baroness Hooper:

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Baroness Rawlings:

Lord Faulkner of Worcester:

Baroness Rawlings:

Lord Storey:

Baroness Rawlings:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Baroness Rawlings:

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The Earl of Clancarty:

Baroness Rawlings:

Baroness Knight of Collingtree:

Baroness Rawlings:

Lord Foster of Bishop Auckland:

Baroness Rawlings:

House of Lords: Reform - Question

2.52 pm

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Lord Kakkar:

Lord McNally:

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath:

Lord McNally:

Lord Tyler:

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Lord McNally:

Lord Soley:

Lord McNally:

Lord Cormack:

Lord McNally:

Baroness Hollis of Heigham:

Lord McNally:

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Value Added Tax: Listed Places of Worship - Question

3 pm

The Commercial Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Sassoon):

Lord Northbrook:

Lord Sassoon:

Lord Newby:

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Lord Sassoon:

The Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells:

Lord Sassoon:

Lord Davies of Oldham:

Lord Sassoon:

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Procedure of the House - Motion to Agree

3.07 pm

Scotland Bill - Third Reading

3.08 pm

The Advocate-General for Scotland (Lord Wallace of Tankerness):

Clause 12 : The Scottish Government

Amendment 1

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

Amendment 2

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Clause 21 : Speed Limits

Amendment 3

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

3.15 pm

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

Amendments 4 to 6

Clause 22 : Speed limits: supplementary

Amendment 7

Clause 35 : References of compatibility issues to the High Court or Supreme Court

Amendment 8

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Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

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Lord McCluskey:

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Lord Browne of Ladyton:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

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3.30 pm

Lord McCluskey:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

Clause 36 : Convention rights and EU law: criminal appeals to the Supreme Court

Amendment 9

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Clause 45 : Short title

Amendment 10

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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3.45 pm

Lord Steel of Aikwood:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard:

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4 pm

Lord Sutherland of Houndwood:

Lord Selkirk of Douglas:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Selkirk of Douglas:

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Lord Maxton:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Maxton:

Baroness Liddell of Coatdyke:

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4.15 pm

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Lord Browne of Ladyton:

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Browne of Ladyton:

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4.30 pm

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Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

4.45 pm

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Lord Kerr of Kinlochard:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

Lord Martin of Springburn:

Lord Wallace of Tankerness:

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Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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Lord Selkirk of Douglas:

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

Lord Selkirk of Douglas:

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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Lord Steel of Aikwood:

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean:

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In the Title

Protection of Freedoms Bill - Commons Reason and Amendments

5.02 pm

Motion A

The Minister of State, Home Office (Lord Henley):

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Motion A1 (as an amendment to Motion A)

Lord Marlesford:

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5.15 pm

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Lord Scott of Foscote:

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Lord Butler of Brockwell:

Lord Lester of Herne Hill:

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5.30 pm

Lord Borrie:

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Lord Lawson of Blaby:

Lord Borrie:

Lord Neill of Bladen:

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Baroness Butler-Sloss:

Lord Elton:

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Baroness Crawley:

Lord Crickhowell:

5.45 pm

Lord Vinson:

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Baroness Hamwee:

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Lord Selsdon:

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Lord Rosser:

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6 pm

Lord Henley:

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Lord Lester of Herne Hill:

Lord Henley:

Lord Elton:

Lord Henley:

Lord Butler of Brockwell:

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Lord Henley:

Lord Marlesford:

6.12 pm
Division on Motion A1Contents 89; Not-Contents 190.Motion A1 disagreed.

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Division No. 1 [] [24 Apr 2012]

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6.25 pm

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Motion B

Lord Henley:

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Motion B1 (as an amendment to Motion B)

Baroness Royall of Blaisdon:

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6.45 pm

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Lord Henley:

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Lord Mackay of Clashfern:

Lord Henley:

Baroness Brinton:

Lord Henley:

Baroness Royall of Blaisdon:

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6.57 pm
Division on Motion B1Contents 160; Not-Contents 207.Motion B1 disagreed.
Division No. 2 [] [24 Apr 2012]

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7.08 pm

Motion C

Stephen Lawrence - Statement

7.10 pm

The Minister of State, Home Office (Lord Henley):

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7.12 pm

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath:

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Lord Henley:

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Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Henley:

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Lord Reid of Cardowan:

Lord Henley:

Lord Blair of Boughton:

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Lord Henley:

Baroness Berridge:

Lord Henley:

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Lord Harris of Haringey:

Lord Henley:

Sunday Trading (London Olympic and Paralympic Games) Bill [HL] - Second Reading

7.33 pm

The Commercial Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Sassoon):

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Lord Cormack:

Lord Sassoon:

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7.50 pm

Lord Newby:

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7.57 pm

Baroness Deech:

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8.05 pm

The Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells:

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8.09 pm

Baroness Trumpington:

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8.13 pm

Lord Mackay of Clashfern:

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Lord Sassoon:

8.25 pm

Lord Judd:

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8.34 pm

Lord Bates:

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8.45 pm

Lord Glasman:

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Baroness Deech:

Lord Glasman:

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8.53 pm

Baroness Grey-Thompson:

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8.59 pm

Baroness Berridge:

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9.06 pm

Lord Cormack:

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Baroness Trumpington:

Lord Cormack:

Lord Deben:

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Lord Cormack:

Lord Deben:

Lord Cormack:

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9.15 pm

Lord Glenarthur:

Lord Cormack:

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9.18 pm

Lord Davies of Oldham:

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9.32 pm

Lord Sassoon:

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Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill - Returned from the Commons

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Written Statements [24 Apr 2012]

Benefits: Social Fund - Statement

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Lord Freud):

Malawi - Statement

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Lord Howell of Guildford):

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Written Answers [24 Apr 2012]

Afghanistan - Question

Baroness Northover:

Armed Forces: Destroyers and Frigates - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence (Lord Astor of Hever):

Aviation: fly.co.uk - Question

Baroness Rawlings:

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Civil Service: Redundancy - Question

Lord Wallace of Saltaire:

Drought - Question

Baroness Northover:

Energy: Fuel Poverty - Question

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Lord De Mauley:

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Energy: Fuel Storage - Question

Lord Wallace of Saltaire:

Equality and Human Rights Commission - Questions

Baroness Verma:

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Baroness Verma:

Baroness Verma:

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Government: Ministerial Salaries - Question

Lord Wallace of Saltaire:

Internet: Broadband - Question

Baroness Garden of Frognal:

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NHS: Pay - Question

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Lord De Mauley:

Pensions - Question

Lord Wallace of Saltaire:



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