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Table of Contents for
Monday 20 Oct 2014

Volume No. 756Part No. 41

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House of Lords

Introduction: Baroness Harding of Winscombe

Introduction: Baroness Mobarik

Banks: Bridging Finance - Question

Schools: Careers Advice - Question

Children: Obesity - Question

Energy: Winter Supplies - Question

Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Bill [HL] - Third Reading

Clause 2: Reform of system for redress of individual grievances

The Amendment

Motion

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill - Report (1st Day)

Clause 3: Schedule 15B offences

Amendment 1

Schedule 1: Sentence and Parole Board release for offenders of particular concern

Amendment 2

Amendments 3 to 5

Clause 7: Electronic monitoring following release on licence etc

Amendment 6

Amendment 9

Clause 8: Test for release after recall: determinate sentences

Amendments 10 to 37

Clause 9: Power to change test for release after recall: determinate sentences

Amendment 38

Clause 10: Initial release and release after recall: life sentences

Amendment 39

Clause 14: Minor amendments and transitional cases

Amendment 40

Amendment 41

Clause 19: Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care worker offence

Amendment 42

Amendment 44

Clause 20: Ill treatment or wilful neglect: care provider offence

Clause 21: Care provider offence: excluded care providers

Amendments 47 to 50

Amendment 51

Clause 25: Corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges

Amendment 52

Amendments 53 to 56

Amendment 57

Amendments 58 and 59

Clause 27: Possessing an offensive weapon or bladed article in public or on school premises: sentencing for second offences for those aged 16 or over

Amendment 60

Amendment 61

Amendment 62

Amendment 65

Amendments 69 to 71A

Amendments 73 and 74

Amendment 77

Amendments 81 to 83

Amendments 85 and 86

Amendment 89

Amendments 93 to 96

Amendment 97

Amendment 98

Amendment 99

Amendment 100

Amendments 101 to 105

Amendment 106A

Grand Committee

Consumer Rights Bill - Committee (3rd Day)

Clause 33: Contracts covered by this Chapter

Amendment 31A

Amendment 32

Clause 34: Digital content to be of satisfactory quality

Amendment 33

Amendment 34

Amendment 34A

Clause 35: Digital content to be fit for particular purpose

Amendment 34B

Clause 36: Digital content to be as described

Amendment 39

Clause 40: Quality, fitness and description of content supplied subject to modifications

Amendment 40

Amendment 40A

Clause 42: Consumer's rights to enforce terms about digital content

Amendment 41

Clause 46: Remedy for damage to device or to other digital content

Amendment 42

Clause 47: Liability that cannot be excluded or restricted

Amendment 43

Written Statements

Agriculture: Weights and Speed Limits - Statement

Children: Sexual Abuse - Statement

Civil Service: Reform - Statement

Gibraltar - Statement

Guidance Guarantee - Statement

Individual Savings Accounts - Statement

Lebanon: Equipment - Statement

Modern Slavery - Statement

Pensions - Statement

Social Mobility and Child Poverty - Statement

Ukraine: Equipment - Statement

Written Answers

Access to Work Programme - Questions

Corporation Tax: Northern Ireland - Question

Driving: Disqualification - Question

Glen Parva Young Offender Institution - Question

Government Departments: Staff - Question

In Vitro Fertilisation - Question

Iraq - Question

Maryam Rajavi - Question

Middle East - Questions

Nationality: Somalia - Question

Palestinians - Questions

Police: Recruitment - Question

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew - Questions

Sanctions: Russia - Question

Social Security Benefits: EU Nationals - Question

South Sudan - Questions

Syria - Question

Viral Haemorrhagic Disease - Question

West Africa - Question





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House of Lords [20 Oct 2014]

2.30 pm

Introduction: Baroness Harding of Winscombe

2.38 pm

Introduction: Baroness Mobarik

2.45 pm

Banks: Bridging Finance - Question

2.49 pm

Lord Newby (LD):

Baroness Gardner of Parkes (Con):

Column: 414

Lord Newby:

Lord Best (CB):

Lord Newby:

Lord Desai (Lab):

Lord Newby:

Lord Taylor of Goss Moor (LD):

Column: 415

Lord Newby:

Lord Davies of Oldham (Lab):

Lord Newby:

Lord Flight (Con):

Lord Newby:

Schools: Careers Advice - Question

2.57 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Schools (Lord Nash) (Con):

Column: 416

Baroness Prosser (Lab):

Lord Nash:

Lord Cormack (Con):

Lord Nash:

Lord Quirk (CB):

Lord Nash:

Column: 417

Lord Winston (Lab):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Humphreys (LD):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Uddin (Non-Afl):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Wall of New Barnet (Lab):

Column: 418

Lord Nash:

Children: Obesity - Question

3.05 pm

Baroness Benjamin (LD):

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Earl Howe) (Con):

Baroness Benjamin:

Earl Howe:

Column: 419

Lord McColl of Dulwich (Con):

Earl Howe:

Lord Elystan-Morgan (CB):

Earl Howe:

Lord Berkeley (Lab):

Earl Howe:

Column: 420

Lord Walton of Detchant (CB):

Earl Howe:

Baroness Wheeler (Lab):

Earl Howe:

Energy: Winter Supplies - Question

3.13 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change (Baroness Verma) (Con):

Column: 421

Lord Ezra (LD):

Baroness Verma:

Lord Lawson of Blaby (Con):

Baroness Verma:

Lord Teverson (LD):

Baroness Verma:

Column: 422

Lord Pearson of Rannoch (UKIP):

Baroness Verma:

Baroness Worthington (Lab):

Baroness Verma:

Lord King of Bridgwater (Con):

Baroness Verma:

Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Ind Lab):

Baroness Verma:

Column: 423

Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Bill [HL] - Third Reading

3.21 pm

Clause 2: Reform of system for redress of individual grievances

The Amendment

Lord Rosser (Lab):

Column: 424


Column: 425

3.30 pm

Lord Palmer of Childs Hill (LD):


Column: 427

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

Column: 428


Column: 429

3.45 pm

Lord Rosser:

Column: 430

Lord Astor of Hever:

Lord Rosser:

3.51 pm

Division on the amendment.Contents 172; Not-Contents 209.Amendment disagreed.

Division No. 1 [] [20 Oct 2014]

Column: 431

Column: 432

Column: 433

4.05 pm

Motion

Lord Astor of Hever:

Lord Kennedy of Southwark (Lab):


Column: 434

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill - Report (1st Day)

4.05 pm

Clause 3: Schedule 15B offences

Amendment 1

Lord Beecham (Lab):


Column: 435


Column: 436


Column: 437

4.15 pm

Lord Woolf (CB):

The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Lord Faulks) (Con):


Column: 438


Column: 439


Column: 440

4.30 pm

Column: 441

Column: 442

Lord Lloyd of Berwick (CB):

Lord Faulks:

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede (Lab):

Lord Beecham:


Column: 443

Schedule 1: Sentence and Parole Board release for offenders of particular concern

Amendment 2

Lord Ashton of Hyde (Con):


Column: 444

4.45 pm

Column: 445

Lord Beecham:

Amendments 3 to 5

Column: 446

Clause 7: Electronic monitoring following release on licence etc

Amendment 6

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames (LD):

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede:

Column: 447

Lord Beecham:


Column: 448

Lord Faulks:

5 pm

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Column: 450

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:


Column: 451

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Amendment 9

Column: 452

Clause 8: Test for release after recall: determinate sentences

Amendments 10 to 37

Column: 453

Clause 9: Power to change test for release after recall: determinate sentences

Amendment 38

Clause 10: Initial release and release after recall: life sentences

Amendment 39

Column: 454

:

5.15 pm

Column: 456

Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood (CB):


Column: 457

5.30 pm

Column: 458

Lord Ramsbotham (CB):

Lord Hurd of Westwell (Con):


Column: 459

Lord Carlile of Berriew (LD):

Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers (CB):

Lord Wigley (PC):

Column: 460

5.45 pm

The Lord Bishop of Rochester:

Lord Woolf:

Lord Dear (CB):

Lord Clinton-Davis (Lab):

Column: 461

Lord Beecham:

Column: 462

Lord Wigley:

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:


Column: 463

6 pm

Column: 464


Column: 465


Column: 466

Lord Woolf:

Lord Faulks:

Lord Lloyd of Berwick:


Column: 467

6.13 pm

Division on Amendment 39Contents 80; Not-Contents 170.Amendment 39 disagreed.

Division No. 2 [] [20 Oct 2014]

Column: 468

Column: 469

Clause 14: Minor amendments and transitional cases

Amendment 40

Amendment 41

Lord Beecham:


Column: 470

6.30 pm

Column: 471

Lord Faulks:


Column: 472


Column: 473

Lord Beecham:

Clause 19: Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care worker offence

Amendment 42

Baroness Meacher (CB):

Column: 474


Column: 475

Column: 476

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff (CB):


Column: 477

Lord Winston (Lab):

Column: 478

7 pm

Baroness Thornton (Lab):


Column: 479

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Earl Howe) (Con):


Column: 480

Baroness Meacher:

Column: 481

Earl Howe:

7.15 pm

Column: 482

Baroness Barker (LD):

Earl Howe:

Baroness Meacher:

Column: 483

Earl Howe:

Baroness Meacher:

Amendment 44

Column: 484

Clause 20: Ill treatment or wilful neglect: care provider offence

Clause 21: Care provider offence: excluded care providers

Amendments 47 to 50

Column: 485

Amendment 51

Lord Beecham:

Column: 486

Lord Faulks:

Column: 487

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:

7.30 pm

Column: 488

Clause 25: Corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges

Amendment 52


Column: 489


Column: 490

Amendments 53 to 56

Column: 491

Amendment 57

The Earl of Lytton (CB):

Column: 492

7.45 pm

Column: 493

Lord Kennedy of Southwark:

Lord Faulks:


Column: 494

The Earl of Lytton:

Amendments 58 and 59

Column: 495

Clause 27: Possessing an offensive weapon or bladed article in public or on school premises: sentencing for second offences for those aged 16 or over

Amendment 60

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

8 pm

Column: 496


Column: 497

Baroness Berridge (Con):

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Column: 498

Baroness Berridge:

Lord Carlile of Berriew:


Column: 499

8.15 pm

The Earl of Listowel (CB):


Column: 500

Lord Paddick (LD):

Lord Kennedy of Southwark:

Column: 501

Lord Faulks:

Column: 502

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Amendment 61

Baroness Browning (Con):


Column: 503

8.30 pm

Column: 504

Baroness Berridge:

Lord Kennedy of Southwark:

Lord Faulks:

Column: 505

Baroness Browning:

The Deputy Speaker (Baroness Pitkeathley) (Lab):

Baroness Browning:

The Deputy Speaker:

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Lord Faulks:

The Deputy Speaker:

Baroness Browning:

Amendment 62

Column: 506

Amendment 65

Amendments 69 to 71A

Column: 507

Amendments 73 and 74

Amendment 77

Amendments 81 to 83

Column: 508

Amendments 85 and 86

Amendment 89

Amendments 93 to 96

Amendment 97

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock (Lab):


Column: 510


Column: 511


Column: 512

Lord Lea of Crondall (Lab):

Lord Balfe (Con):

Column: 513

Lord Kennedy of Southwark:

Lord Faulks:

Column: 514

9 pm

Column: 515

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock:


Column: 516

Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Ind Lab):

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock:

9.27 pm

Division on Amendment 97Contents 80; Not-Contents 106.Amendment 97 disagreed.

Division No. 3 [] [20 Oct 2014]

Column: 517

9.18 pm

Amendment 98

Column: 518

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Baroness Brinton (LD):

Column: 520

9.30 pm

Column: 521

Baroness Berridge:

Baroness Thornton:

Column: 522

Lord Faulks:

Column: 523


Column: 524

9.45 pm

Column: 525


Column: 526

Column: 527

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

Amendment 99

Column: 528

Lord Sharkey (LD):


Column: 529

10 pm

Column: 530

Lord Lexden (Con):

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:

Column: 531

Lord Sharkey:

Column: 532

Amendment 100

Column: 533

Column: 534

Column: 535

Amendments 101 to 105

Column: 536

Column: 537

Column: 538

Column: 539

Amendment 106A

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:

10.15 pm

Column: 540


Column: 541


Column: 542

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:


Column: 543

10.30 pm

Column: 544

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames:


Column: 545

Column: 546

Column: GC163

Grand Committee [20 Oct 2014]

Consumer Rights Bill - Committee (3rd Day)

3.30 pm

The Deputy Chairman of Committees (Lord Brougham and Vaux) (Con):

Clause 33: Contracts covered by this Chapter

Amendment 31A

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara (Lab):


Column: GC165

Column: GC166

Lord Knight of Weymouth (Lab):


Column: GC167

3.45 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (Baroness Neville-Rolfe) (Con):


Column: GC168

Column: GC169

3.50 pm
4 pm

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Column: GC170

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:


Column: GC171

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:


Column: GC172

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Amendment 32

Column: GC173

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

4.15 pm

Column: GC174

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:


Column: GC175

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:


Column: GC176

Clause 34: Digital content to be of satisfactory quality

Amendment 33

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:


Column: GC177


Column: GC178

4.30 pm

Baroness Jolly (LD):


Column: GC179


Column: GC180

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Amendment 34

Lord Clement-Jones:


Column: GC182

4.45 pm

Column: GC183

Baroness King of Bow (Lab):

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Column: GC184

Baroness Jolly:

Column: GC185

Column: GC186

5 pm

Lord Clement-Jones:

Column: GC187

Column: GC188

Amendment 34A

Lord Clement-Jones:

Baroness King of Bow:

Column: GC189

Baroness Jolly:

5.15 pm

Column: GC190

Lord Clement-Jones:

Clause 35: Digital content to be fit for particular purpose

Amendment 34B

Column: GC191

Lord Clement-Jones:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:


Column: GC192

Lord Clement-Jones:

Column: GC193

Clause 36: Digital content to be as described

5.30 pm

Amendment 39

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Column: GC194

Column: GC195

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Baroness Jolly:

Column: GC196

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Baroness Jolly:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Baroness Jolly:

Column: GC197

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Clause 40: Quality, fitness and description of content supplied subject to modifications

Amendment 40

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Column: GC198

5.45 pm

Baroness Jolly:


Column: GC199

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Amendment 40A

Lord Haskel (Lab):


Column: GC200

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Column: GC201

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Column: GC202

6 pm

Column: GC203

Lord Haskel:

Clause 42: Consumer's rights to enforce terms about digital content

Amendment 41

Column: GC204

Clause 46: Remedy for damage to device or to other digital content

Amendment 42

Lord Clement-Jones:


Column: GC205

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:


Column: GC206

6.13 pm
6.23 pm

The Deputy Speaker (Lord Geddes) (Con):

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Lord Clement-Jones:

Column: GC207

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:


Column: GC208

Lord Knight of Weymouth:

6.30 pm

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:


Column: GC209

A noble Lord:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Column: GC210

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara:

Clause 47: Liability that cannot be excluded or restricted

Amendment 43

Lord Clement-Jones:


Column: GC211

Baroness Jolly:


Column: GC212

6.45 pm

Lord Clement-Jones:


Column: GC213

Column: GC214

Baroness Neville-Rolfe:

Column: WS61

Written Statements [20 Oct 2014]

Agriculture: Weights and Speed Limits - Statement

The Minister of State, Department for Transport (Baroness Kramer) (LD):

Children: Sexual Abuse - Statement

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Column: WS63

Civil Service: Reform - Statement

Lord Wallace of Saltaire (LD):

Gibraltar - Statement

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


Column: WS64

Guidance Guarantee - Statement

The Commercial Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Deighton) (Con):

Column: WS65

Individual Savings Accounts - Statement

The Commercial Secretary to the Treasury (Lord Deighton) (Con):

Lebanon: Equipment - Statement

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Anelay of St Johns) (Con):

Column: WS66

Modern Slavery - Statement

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Column: WS67

Pensions - Statement

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

Column: WS68

Social Mobility and Child Poverty - Statement

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Schools (Lord Nash) (Con):

Ukraine: Equipment - Statement

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Anelay of St Johns) (Con):

Column: WS69


Column: WS70

Column: WA49

Written Answers [20 Oct 2014]

Access to Work Programme - Questions

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

Corporation Tax: Northern Ireland - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Wales Office (Baroness Randerson) (LD):

Column: WA50

Driving: Disqualification - Question

The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Lord Faulks) (Con):

Glen Parva Young Offender Institution - Question

The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Lord Faulks) (Con):

Government Departments: Staff - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Wales Office (Baroness Randerson) (LD):

In Vitro Fertilisation - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Earl Howe) (Con):

Iraq - Question

Baroness Northover (LD):

Column: WA52

Maryam Rajavi - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Middle East - Questions

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Anelay of St Johns) (Con):

Column: WA53

Baroness Anelay of St Johns:

Nationality: Somalia - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Palestinians - Questions

Baroness Northover (LD):

Column: WA54

Baroness Northover:

Baroness Northover:

Police: Recruitment - Question

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew - Questions

Column: WA55

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Lord De Mauley) (Con):

Lord De Mauley:


Column: WA56

Sanctions: Russia - Question

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Anelay of St Johns) (Con):

Social Security Benefits: EU Nationals - Question

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

South Sudan - Questions

Column: WA57

Baroness Northover (LD):

Baroness Northover:


Column: WA58

Syria - Question

The Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Anelay of St Johns) (Con):

Viral Haemorrhagic Disease - Question

Baroness Northover (LD):

Column: WA59

West Africa - Question

Column: WA60

Baroness Northover (LD):