Table of Contents for
Tuesday 30 Jun 2015

Volume No. 762Part No. 23

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House of Lords

Oaths and Affirmations

Eurostar: Passengers with Pets - Question

NHS: Whistleblowing - Question

Gaza Strip: Rafah Crossing - Question

Childcare - Question

Bread and Flour Regulations (Folic Acid) Bill [HL] - First Reading

Psychoactive Substances Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day)

Clause 3: Exempted substances

Amendment 15

Amendment 23

Schedule 1: Exempted substances

Amendment 25

Amendment 29

Amendment 30

Clause 4: Producing a psychoactive substance

Amendment 35

Clause 5: Supplying, or offering to supply, a psychoactive substance

Amendment 39

Clause 6: Aggravation of offence under section 5

Amendment 40

Amendment 43

Clause 8: Importing or exporting a psychoactive substance

Clause 10: Power to provide for exceptions to offences

Amendment 51

Mental Health: Young People - Question for Short Debate

Psychoactive Substances Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued)

Clause 11: Meaning of “prohibited activity”

Amendment 53

Clause 12: Prohibition notices

Amendment 55

Amendment 55A

Amendment 56

Clause 13: Premises notices

Amendment 59

Clause 14: Prohibition notices and premises notices: supplementary

Amendment 61

Clause 15: Means of giving notices under sections 12 to 14

Amendments 62 to 64

Amendment 64A

Clause 17: Prohibition orders on application

Amendments 66 and 67

Clause 19: Premises orders

Clause 20: Applications for prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendments 69 and 70

Clause 21: Provision that may be made by prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendment 71

Amendments 72 and 73

Clause 22: Enforcement of access prohibitions

Amendments 74A and 74B

Amendments 75 and 76

Amendment 77

Clause 24: Variation and discharge on application

Amendment 78

Clause 25: Variation following conviction

Amendment 79

Clause 26: Appeals against making of prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendments 80 to 82

Clause 27: Appeals about variation and discharge

Amendments 83 to 85

Clause 28: Nature of proceedings under sections 18 and 25, etc

Amendment 86

Clause 31: Transfer of proceedings from youth court

Amendment 87

Clause 32: Power to stop and search persons

Amendment 87A

Amendment 87B

Amendment 87C

Clause 35: Power to enter and search premises

Amendment 88

Schedule 2: Search warrants

Amendments 90 to 94

Clause 46: Power of police, etc to dispose of seized psychoactive substances

Clause 47: Forfeiture of seized items by court on application

Amendments 95 to 99

Clause 49: Return of item to person entitled to it, or disposal if return impracticable

Amendments 100 and 101

Clause 50: Forfeiture by court following conviction

Amendments 102 and 103

Schedule 3: Providers of information society services

Amendments 105A to 105J

Clause 53: Interpretation

Amendments 105K and 105L

Schedule 4: Consequential amendments

Amendments 106 and 107

Clause 57: Commencement and short title

Amendment 113





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Tuesday 30 Jun 2015

Column: 1927


Column: 1927

House of Lords [30 Jun 2015]

2.30 pm

Oaths and Affirmations

2.36 pm

Eurostar: Passengers with Pets - Question

2.36 pm

Lord Gardiner of Kimble (Con):

Baroness Sharples (Con):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Lord Snape (Lab):

Column: 1928

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

The Countess of Mar (CB):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Lord Anderson of Swansea (Lab):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Baroness Parminter (LD):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Baroness Farrington of Ribbleton (Lab):

Column: 1929

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Baroness Ludford (LD):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

Lord Grantchester (Lab):

Lord Gardiner of Kimble:

NHS: Whistleblowing - Question

2.44 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Lord Prior of Brampton) (Con):

Lord Desai (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Baroness Walmsley (LD):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord Harris of Haringey (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Column: 1931

Baroness Wall of New Barnet (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Baroness Masham of Ilton (CB):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Baroness Brinton (LD):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord McFall of Alcluith (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Column: 1932

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Gaza Strip: Rafah Crossing - Question

2.52 pm

The Earl of Courtown (Con):

Lord Hylton (CB):

The Earl of Courtown:

Column: 1933

Baroness Warsi (Con):

The Earl of Courtown:

Lord Turnberg (Lab):

The Earl of Courtown:

Lord Wallace of Saltaire (LD):

The Earl of Courtown:

Column: 1934

Baroness Morgan of Ely (Lab):

The Earl of Courtown:

Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon (LD):

Lord Davies of Stamford (Lab):

The Lord Privy Seal (Baroness Stowell of Beeston) (Con):

Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon:

The Earl of Courtown:

Childcare - Question

3 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Education (Lord Nash) (Con):

Column: 1935

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch (Lab):

Lord Nash:

Lord Laming (CB):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Pinnock (LD):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Massey of Darwen (Lab):

Column: 1936

Lord Nash:

Lord Sutherland of Houndwood (CB):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Andrews (Lab):

Lord Nash:

The Earl of Listowel (CB):

Lord Nash:

Column: 1937

Bread and Flour Regulations (Folic Acid) Bill [HL] - First Reading

3.07 pm

Psychoactive Substances Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day)

3.08 pm

Clause 3: Exempted substances

Amendment 15

Lord Norton of Louth (Con):


Column: 1938

Baroness Hamwee (LD):

3.15 pm

Lord Howarth of Newport (Lab):

Column: 1939

Column: 1940

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope (LD):


Column: 1941

Lord Blencathra (Con):

Lord Rosser (Lab):

3.30 pm

The Minister of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):


Column: 1943


Column: 1944

Column: 1945

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 1946

3.45 pm

Lord Bates:

Baroness Hamwee:

Column: 1947

Lord Norton of Louth:

Amendment 23

Lord Paddick (LD):

Column: 1948


Column: 1949


Column: 1950

4 pm

Baroness Meacher (CB):

Column: 1951

Lord Blencathra:

Lord Howarth of Newport:


Column: 1952

4.15 pm

Column: 1954

Lord Mackay of Clashfern (Con):


Column: 1955

Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe (Lab):

Lord Cavendish of Furness (Con):


Column: 1956

Lord Tunnicliffe (Lab):

Lord Bates:

Column: 1957

4.30 pm

Column: 1958


Column: 1959

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Lord Bates:

Lord Paddick:


Column: 1960

4.45 pm

Schedule 1: Exempted substances

Column: 1961

Amendment 25

Baroness Meacher:


Column: 1962

Column: 1963

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 1964

Lord Rosser:

5 pm

Column: 1965

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen (Con):


Column: 1966

Baroness Hamwee:

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Baroness Hamwee:

Baroness Meacher:

Amendment 29

Column: 1967

Lord Norton of Louth:


Column: 1968

5.15 pm

The Deputy Speaker (Baroness Fookes) (Con):

Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe:


Column: 1969

Column: 1970

Lord Blencathra:


Column: 1971

Baroness Meacher:

The Earl of Erroll (CB):

Column: 1972

5.30 pm

Lord Tunnicliffe:

Lord Bates:

Lord Winston (Lab):

Lord Bates:

Column: 1973


Column: 1974

Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe:

Lord Bates:

Lord Norton of Louth:


Column: 1975

Amendment 30

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Mackay of Clashfern:

Lord Lucas (Con):

Lord Deben (Con):

Column: 1976

5.45 pm

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Baroness Hamwee:

Column: 1977

Clause 4: Producing a psychoactive substance

Amendment 35

Lord Paddick:

Lord Bates:


Column: 1978


Column: 1979

6 pm

Lord Lucas:

Lord Bates:

Column: 1980

Lord Paddick:

Clause 5: Supplying, or offering to supply, a psychoactive substance

Amendment 39

Lord Howarth of Newport:


Column: 1981

Column: 1982

Lord Paddick:


Column: 1983

6.15 pm

Lord Rosser:

Lord Bates:


Column: 1984


Column: 1985

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Lord Bates:

Column: 1986

Lord Paddick:

Lord Bates:

Lord Howarth of Newport:

6.30 pm

Clause 6: Aggravation of offence under section 5

Amendment 40

Lord Rosser:

Column: 1987

Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope:


Column: 1988

The Lord Bishop of St Albans:

Column: 1989

Lord Blencathra:

Lord Mackay of Clashfern:

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Bates:


Column: 1990

6.45 pm

Column: 1991

Lord Blencathra:

Lord Bates:

Column: 1992

Column: 1993

Lord Bates:

Column: 1994

7 pm

Lord Rosser:

Amendment 43

Clause 8: Importing or exporting a psychoactive substance

Clause 10: Power to provide for exceptions to offences

Column: 1995

Amendment 51

Lord Paddick:

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 1996

Lord Blencathra:

Column: 1997

Lord Rosser:

Lord Bates:

Column: 1998

7.15 pm

Lord Rosser:

Lord Bates:

Column: 1999

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Lord Bates:

Column: 2000

Lord Paddick:

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Lord Paddick:

Column: 2001

Mental Health: Young People - Question for Short Debate

7.30 pm

Baroness Tyler of Enfield (LD):

Column: 2002


Column: 2003


Column: 2004

7.40 pm

Lord Patten (Con):

Column: 2005

7.47 pm

The Earl of Listowel (CB):

Column: 2006


Column: 2007

7.55 pm

The Lord Bishop of St Albans:


Column: 2008

Column: 2009

8.01 pm

Baroness Walmsley (LD):


Column: 2010


Column: 2011

8.09 pm

Lord Bradley (Lab):


Column: 2013

8.16 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Lord Prior of Brampton) (Con):


Column: 2014

Column: 2015


Column: 2016

8.27 pm

Psychoactive Substances Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued)

8.30 pm

Clause 11: Meaning of “prohibited activity”

Amendment 53

Baroness Hamwee (LD):

Lord Howarth of Newport (Lab):

Lord Tunnicliffe (Lab):

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen (Con):

Column: 2018

Baroness Hamwee:

Column: 2019

Clause 12: Prohibition notices

Amendment 55

Baroness Hamwee:

8.45 pm

The Minister of State, Home Office (Lord Bates) (Con):

Column: 2020

Baroness Hamwee:

Amendment 55A

Baroness Hamwee:

Column: 2021

Lord Tunnicliffe:

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:


Column: 2022

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Baroness Hamwee:

9 pm

Amendment 56

Column: 2023

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Baroness Hamwee:

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:


Column: 2024

Baroness Hamwee:

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Howarth of Newport:


Column: 2025

Column: 2026

Lord Bates:

9.15 pm

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 2027

Lord Bates:

Clause 13: Premises notices

Amendment 59

Clause 14: Prohibition notices and premises notices: supplementary

Amendment 61

Clause 15: Means of giving notices under sections 12 to 14

Amendments 62 to 64

Column: 2028

Amendment 64A

Baroness Hamwee:


Column: 2029

Baroness Meacher (CB):

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Lord Tunnicliffe:

Lord Bates:


Column: 2030


Column: 2031

Baroness Hamwee:

Column: 2032

9.30 pm

Clause 17: Prohibition orders on application

Amendments 66 and 67

Clause 19: Premises orders

Clause 20: Applications for prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendments 69 and 70

Clause 21: Provision that may be made by prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendment 71

Column: 2033

Amendments 72 and 73

Clause 22: Enforcement of access prohibitions

Amendments 74A and 74B

Amendments 75 and 76

Column: 2034

Amendment 77

Column: 2035

Clause 24: Variation and discharge on application

Amendment 78

Clause 25: Variation following conviction

Amendment 79

Clause 26: Appeals against making of prohibition orders and premises orders

Amendments 80 to 82

Column: 2036

Clause 27: Appeals about variation and discharge

Amendments 83 to 85

Clause 28: Nature of proceedings under sections 18 and 25, etc

Amendment 86

Clause 31: Transfer of proceedings from youth court

Amendment 87

Clause 32: Power to stop and search persons

Amendment 87A

Column: 2037

Lord Paddick (LD):

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 2038

9.45 pm

Column: 2039

Lord Bates:


Column: 2040


Column: 2041

Lord Paddick:

Amendment 87B

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen:

Amendment 87C

Column: 2042

10 pm

Clause 35: Power to enter and search premises

Amendment 88

Schedule 2: Search warrants

Amendments 90 to 94

Clause 46: Power of police, etc to dispose of seized psychoactive substances

Clause 47: Forfeiture of seized items by court on application

Amendments 95 to 99

Clause 49: Return of item to person entitled to it, or disposal if return impracticable

Amendments 100 and 101

Clause 50: Forfeiture by court following conviction

Amendments 102 and 103

Column: 2044

Schedule 3: Providers of information society services

Amendments 105A to 105J

Column: 2045

Clause 53: Interpretation

Amendments 105K and 105L

Schedule 4: Consequential amendments

Amendments 106 and 107

Column: 2046

Clause 57: Commencement and short title

Amendment 113

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 2048

Baroness Meacher:

10.15 pm

Lord Bates:


Column: 2050

Lord Howarth of Newport:

Column: 2051


Column: 2052