Table of Contents for
Tuesday 15 Mar 2016

Volume No. 769Part No. 126

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House of Lords

Oaths and Affirmations

Prison Reform - Question

Education: Henley Review - Question

Gambling: B2 Gaming Machines - Question

NHS: Hospital Overcrowding - Question

Syria - Statement

Trade Union Bill - Order of Consideration Motion

Immigration Bill - Report (2nd Day)

Clause 37: Offence of leasing premises

Amendment 59

Amendment 62

Amendment 64

Clause 38: Eviction

Clause 39: Order for possession of dwelling-house

Clause 40: Extension to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Amendment 72

Amendment 73

Clause 41: Powers to carry out searches relating to driving licences

Amendment 74

Clause 42: Offence of driving when unlawfully in the United Kingdom

Amendments 75 and 76

Amendment 79

Amendment 81

Clause 49: Search for nationality documents by detainee custody officers etc

Amendment 82

Amendment 83

Amendment 84

Amendment 86

Schedule 9: Immigration bail

Amendments 88 and 89

Amendment 90

Amendment 91

Amendments 92 to 105

Amendment 106

Amendments 107 to 112

Civil Proceedings, Family Proceedings and Upper Tribunal Fees (Amendment) Order 2016 - Motion to Approve

Amendment to the Motion

Immigration Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued)

Amendment 113

Amendment 116

Energy Bill [HL] - Returned from the Commons





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names of speakers in the Lords Hansard text for
Tuesday 15 Mar 2016

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House of Lords [15 Mar 2016]

2.30 pm

Oaths and Affirmations

2.35 pm

Prison Reform - Question

2.36 pm

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

Lord Beith (LD):

Lord Faulks:

Lord Harris of Haringey (Lab):

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Lord Faulks:

Lord Farmer (Con):

Lord Faulks:

Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers (CB):

Lord Faulks:

Baroness Corston (Lab):

Lord Woolf (CB):

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

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Baroness Corston:

Lord Faulks:

Lord Woolf:

Lord Faulks:

Education: Henley Review - Question

2.44 pm

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

Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury (LD):

Lord Nash:

Lord Winston (Lab):

Lord Nash:

Lord Lexden (Con):

Lord Nash:

Baroness Grender (LD):

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Lord Nash:

Baroness Nye (Lab):

Lord Nash:

Lord Cormack (Con):

Lord Nash:

Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall (Lab):

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Lord Nash:

Lord Aberdare (CB):

Lord Nash:

Gambling: B2 Gaming Machines - Question

2.52 pm

The Earl of Courtown (Con):

The Lord Bishop of St Albans:

The Earl of Courtown:

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Lord Collins of Highbury (Lab):

The Earl of Courtown:

Lord Strasburger (LD):

The Earl of Courtown:

Lord Harris of Haringey (Lab):

The Earl of Courtown:

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Lord Collins of Highbury:

The Earl of Courtown:

NHS: Hospital Overcrowding - Question

2.58 pm

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

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (Lab):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Con):

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Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord Patel (CB):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord Rennard (LD):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

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

Baroness Pitkeathley:

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord Vinson:

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Baroness Watkins of Tavistock (CB):

Lord Prior of Brampton:

Lord Watts (Lab):

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Lord Prior of Brampton:

Syria - Statement

3.07 pm

The Minister of State, Ministry of Defence (Earl Howe) (Con):


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3.12 pm

Baroness Morgan of Ely (Lab):

Earl Howe:

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Baroness Jolly (LD):

Earl Howe:

Lord Howell of Guildford (Con):

Earl Howe:

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Lord Alton of Liverpool (CB):

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Earl Howe:

Trade Union Bill - Order of Consideration Motion

3.22 pm

The Earl of Courtown (Con):

Immigration Bill - Report (2nd Day)

3.24 pm

Clause 37: Offence of leasing premises

Amendment 59

Baroness Hamwee (LD):

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3.30 pm

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Lord Rosser (Lab):


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Lord Howard of Rising (Con):

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Earl Cathcart (Con):

3.45 pm

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Baroness Lister of Burtersett (Lab):

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Baroness Ludford (LD):


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Baroness Sheehan (LD):


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4 pm

The Earl of Listowel (CB):

Lord Hylton (CB):

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

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Baroness Sheehan:

Lord Bates:


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4.15 pm

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The Earl of Listowel:

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Lord Bates:

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Bates:

Baroness Hamwee:

Amendment 62

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Amendment 64

Clause 38: Eviction

Clause 39: Order for possession of dwelling-house

Clause 40: Extension to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Amendment 72

Amendment 73

Lord Hope of Craighead (CB):

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4.30 pm

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Lord Wigley (PC):


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4.45 pm

Lord McCluskey (CB):

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Lord Bates:


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Lord McCluskey:

Lord Bates:

Lord Hope of Craighead:

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Lord Bates:

Lord Hope of Craighead:

Clause 41: Powers to carry out searches relating to driving licences

Amendment 74

Lord Paddick (LD):

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Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon (Lab):


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5.15 pm

Lord Deben (Con):

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Lord Alton of Liverpool:

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Baroness Sheehan:

5.30 pm

Lord Green of Deddington (CB):

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Lord Rosser (Lab):

Lord Bates:


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5.45 pm

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Lord Paddick:

Clause 42: Offence of driving when unlawfully in the United Kingdom

Amendments 75 and 76

Amendment 79

Baroness Doocey:

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Lord Alton of Liverpool:

6 pm

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Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws (Lab):

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Baroness Lister of Burtersett:

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Lord Roberts of Llandudno:

6.15 pm

Lord Bates:


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6.30 pm

Baroness Doocey:

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Amendment 81

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Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws:

Clause 49: Search for nationality documents by detainee custody officers etc

Amendment 82

The Advocate-General for Scotland (Lord Keen of Elie) (Con):

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6.45 pm

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Keen of Elie:

Lord Mackay of Clashfern (Con):

Amendment 83

Amendment 84

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Lord Ramsbotham (CB):


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

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7 pm

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Baroness Lister of Burtersett:


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Lord Green of Deddington:

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Lord Roberts of Llandudno:

7.15 pm

Baroness Redfern (Con):

Lord Hope of Craighead:

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Lord Hylton:

Baroness Hamwee:

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Lord Rosser:

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Lord Keen of Elie:

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7.30 pm

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7.45 pm

Noble Lords:

Lord Keen of Elie:

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Lord Ramsbotham:

Noble Lords:

Lord Ramsbotham:

7.49 pm

Division on Amendment 84Contents 187; Not-Contents 170.Amendment 84 agreed.

Division No. 1 [] [15 Mar 2016]

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Amendment 86

Schedule 9: Immigration bail

Amendments 88 and 89

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Amendment 90

Amendment 91

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Amendments 92 to 105

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Amendment 106

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Amendments 107 to 112

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8.05 pm

Civil Proceedings, Family Proceedings and Upper Tribunal Fees (Amendment) Order 2016 - Motion to Approve

8.06 pm

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


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Amendment to the Motion

Lord Beecham (Lab):

8.15 pm

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

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Lord Faulks:

Lord Beecham:

Lord Faulks:

8.30 pm

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Lord Beecham:

8.39 pm

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Immigration Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued)

9.05 pm

Amendment 113

Lord Roberts of Llandudno (LD):

The Lord Bishop of Norwich:

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9.15 pm

Baroness Hamwee (LD):


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Lord Ramsbotham (CB):

Baroness Lister of Burtersett (Lab):

Lord Rosser (Lab):

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9.30 pm

The Advocate-General for Scotland (Lord Keen of Elie) (Con):


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9.45 pm

Lord Rosser:

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Lord Keen of Elie:

Baroness Hamwee:

Lord Keen of Elie:

Lord Roberts of Llandudno:

Amendment 116

Baroness Lister of Burtersett:


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The Lord Bishop of Norwich:

10 pm

Baroness Hamwee:


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Lord Roberts of Llandudno:


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Lord Rosser:

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


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10.15 pm

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Baroness Lister of Burtersett:

Lord Bates:

Baroness Lister of Burtersett:

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Lord Bates:

Baroness Lister of Burtersett:

Lord Bates:

Baroness Lister of Burtersett:

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Energy Bill [HL] - Returned from the Commons