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PRIVATE BUSINESS FOR WEDNESDAY 2ND MAY 2001


After Prayers

Private Business


Note: Private business is not debated at this time, and may not be proceeded with if opposed.

NOTICES OF MOTIONS AT THE TIME OF PRIVATE BUSINESS

The Chairman of Ways and Means

That the Amendments to Standing Orders set out in the Schedule be made, with effect from 27th November 2001:—

SCHEDULE

Standing Order 1, line 46, at end insert—1

'the term minister of the Crown" means the holder of an office in Her Majesty's government in the United Kingdom and includes the Treasury;'.
Standing Order 38, line 15, at end insert—2

'(2A) The printed memorandum shall include a statement of opinion, by or on behalf of the promoters, as to the compatibility of the provisions of the bill with the Convention rights (as defined in the Human Rights Act 1998).'.
Standing Order 39, line 6, after 'Treasury,' insert 'the Privy Council Office,'.3

Standing Order 85, line 6, at end insert—4

'(2) Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (1) of this standing order, where in the case of a private bill which has been read a first time no report from a minister of the Crown has been presented to the House under Standing Order 169A, the Chairman of Ways and Means may, if he thinks fit, direct the attention of the House to that fact.'.
Standing Order 144, leave out lines 12 to 15.5

Standing Order 158, line 16, at end insert6

'(by being deposited in the Private Bill Office)'.

NOTICE OF MOTION AT THE TIME OF PRIVATE BUSINESS

The Chairman of Ways and Means

That the following Standing Order be made, with effect from 27th November 2001:—

'Reports concerning human rights.169A. In the case of a private bill originating in this House or brought from the House of Lords, a report from a minister of the Crown on the statement of opinion required by Standing Order 38(2A) shall be presented to the House (by being deposited in the Private Bill Office) not later than the second sitting day after that on which the bill was read a first time.'

At Seven o'clock

Private Business set down under Standing Order No. 20

Further Consideration of Bill, as amended

City of London (Ward Elections) Bill. (By Order.)

Mr Jeremy Corbyn
Mr John McDonnell
Mr Andrew Mackinlay
Mr Tony Banks
Ms Diane Abbott
Mr Andrew Dismore

On Further Consideration of the City of London (Ward Elections) Bill, as amended, to move, That the Bill be further considered upon this day six months.

Mr John McDonnell7
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      1,      line      18      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'business electoral college" means a body comprising voters appointed under section 3(1)(c) with responsibility for electing the business voters entitled to vote in ward elections.'.

Mr John McDonnell3
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      1,      line      19      [Clause 2], leave out 'City of London' and insert—

'the geographical area administered by the City Corporation'.

Mr John McDonnell8
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      1,      line      19      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'employees' electoral college" means a body comprising voters appointed under section 3(1)(d) with responsibility for electing the employees' voters entitled to vote in ward elections.'.

Mr Andrew Mackinlay11
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      1,      line      19      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'the Convention rights" has the same meaning as in the Human Rights Act 1998.'.

Mr John McDonnell75
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      6      [Clause 2], leave out from 'there' to end of line 11.

Mr John McDonnell66
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      6      [Clause 2], after 'there' insert—

'for a period of no less than 5 years prior to the qualifying date.'.

Mr John McDonnell98
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      7      [Clause 2], leave out from 'occupation' to end of line 11 and insert 'through a relevant employee'.

Mr John McDonnell4
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      8      [Clause 2], leave out from 'director' to end of line and insert 'or employee'.

Mr John McDonnell76
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      8      [Clause 2], leave out from 'officer' to end of line 11 and insert 'or employee'.

Mr John McDonnell5
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      9      [Clause 2], leave out from beginning to end of line 11.

Mr John McDonnell69
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      12      [Clause 2], leave out from beginning to end of line 14.

Mr John McDonnell60
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], after '(c. 39)' insert—

'or a church, religious body, voluntary sector or community organisation which has registered as a charity under the Charities Act 1993'.

Mr John McDonnell61
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], after '(c. 39)' insert—

'or a trade union certificated under section one of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992'.

Mr John McDonnell99
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'rateable value" means that level of rateable value calculated to ensure that the sum total of persons qualified to vote at ward elections on the basis of occupation in relation to any hereditament, or part of any hereditament, does not exceed the sum total of persons qualified to vote at ward elections on the basis of being residents of the City.'.

Mr John McDonnell6
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'relevant employee" means a person whose principal or only place of work on the qualifying date is ordinarily the hereditament in respect of which the entitlement to appoint a voter arises and who works for that qualifying body.'.

Mr John McDonnell100
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'relevant employee" means a person employed by a qualifying body and registered as such by the City Corporation.'.

Mr John McDonnell9
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'relevant issues" means issues within the jurisdiction of the Corporation which are determined by a Commission established by the Secretary of State under this Act to be of over-riding relevance to residents of the wards or as relevant to business voters.'.

Mr John McDonnell10
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      14      [Clause 2], at end insert—

'Relevant Issues Commission" means a body established by the Secretary of State under the powers of this Act to determine which issues within the jurisdiction of the Corporation are of over-riding relevance to residents of the wards or to business voters.'.

Mr John McDonnell77
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      18      [Clause 2], leave out from first 'body' to end of line.

Mr John McDonnell12
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      19      [Clause 2], leave out subsection (2).

Mr John McDonnell78
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      20      [Clause 2], leave out from 'tenant' to end of line 22.

Mr John McDonnell13
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      25      [Clause 3], at beginning insert—

'( )   This section shall not come into force until the Corporation has presented to the Secretary of State a report on the benefits which its provisions will bring to the Greater London area and to Londoners; and the Secretary of State has laid that report before Parliament and has published a notice that it has been laid in the London Gazette.'.

Mr John McDonnell62
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      25      [Clause 3], at beginning insert—

'( ) This section shall not come into force until the Corporation of the City of London has consulted the Mayor and Greater London Assembly elected under the Greater London Authority Act 1999, on its provisions, and has published a report on the issues raised by the Mayor and Greater London Assembly and the Corporation's response.'.

Mr John McDonnell63
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      25      [Clause 3], at beginning insert—

'( ) This section shall not come into force until the Corporation of the City of London has consulted the Mayor and Greater London Assembly elected under the Greater London Authority Act 1999, on its provisions, and has secured the approval of the Mayor for its implementation.'.

Mr John McDonnell64
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      25      [Clause 3], at beginning insert—

'( ) This section shall not come into force until the Corporation of the City of London has consulted the residents of the City and has secured their majority approval by means of a referendum.'.

Mr John McDonnell14
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      28      [Clause 3], leave out from beginning to end of line 31.

Mr John McDonnell67
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      28      [Clause 3], leave out 'is ordinarily in occupation' and insert—

'has been ordinarily in occupation for no less than 5 years'.

Mr John McDonnell82
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      28      [Clause 3], leave out 'or tenant'.

Mr John McDonnell15
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      31      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert '£1,000,000'.

Mr John McDonnell79
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      31      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert '£500'.

Mr John McDonnell96
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      31      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert 'the determined rateable value'.

Mr John McDonnell16
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      32      [Clause 3], leave out from 'ward' to end of line 37.

Mr John McDonnell17
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      32      [Clause 3], after 'ward' insert—

'or is a resident of a ward within a London borough, where the ward has a common ward boundary with a ward of the City of London'.

Mr John McDonnell18
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      32      [Clause 3], after 'ward' insert—

'or in any ward in any London borough in which the City of London Corporation owns and manages property or facilities for public use other than the Traffic Control Systems Unit.'.

Mr John McDonnell101
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      33      [Clause 3], leave out from 'is' to 'which' and insert—

'a relevant employee of the qualifying body elected as a voter by the relevant employees of that qualifying body'.

Mr John McDonnell19
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line 33      [Clause 3], leave out from 'person' to second 'a' and insert—

'elected from the business electoral college comprising voters appointed by'.

Mr John McDonnell56
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      33      [Clause 3], leave out from 'person' to 'ordinarily' in line 34 and insert—

'elected from the business electoral college comprising voters appointed by the qualifying bodies which are'.

Mr John McDonnell68
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      34      [Clause 3], leave out 'is ordinarily in occupation' and insert—

'has been ordinarily in occupation for no less than 5 years'.

Mr John McDonnell83
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      34      [Clause 3], leave out 'or tenant'.

Mr John McDonnell20
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert '£1,000,000'.

Mr John McDonnell80
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert '£500'.

Mr John McDonnell97
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], leave out '£200' and insert 'the determined rateable value'.

Mr John McDonnell21
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], after '£200' insert—

'and which has conducted a ballot of its relevant employees to determine the person to be appointed as a voter'.

Mr John McDonnell84
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], after '£200' insert—

'following a ballot of its shareholders or members to determine the appointment of the person appointed as its voter'.

Mr John McDonnell65
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(d) is a person who has been an employee of a qualifying body for no less than two years.'.

Mr John McDonnell22
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page       2,      line 37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(d) is a person elected from the employees' electoral college comprising voters who are employees of a qualifying body which is ordinarily in occupation for relevant purposes as owner or tenant of the whole or part of a hereditament situated in that ward which is shown in the local non-domestic rating list as having a rateable value of not less than £200.'.

Mr John McDonnell58
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(1A)   The business electoral college shall reflect the range of business activity within the City, and shall comprise relevant business operational constituencies for which a qualifying body must register based upon its principal business operation; and the proportion of voters to be elected from a business operational constituency will be determined in proportion to the number of qualifying bodies registering for a particular business operational constituency in relation to the total registrations.'.

Mr John McDonnell57
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(1B)   The employees' electoral college shall reflect the range of occupations operating within the City of London, and shall comprise relevant occupational constituencies for which an employee must register based upon his/her principal occupation as defined under the DfEE Standard Occupational Classification Major Groups; and the proportion of voters to be elected from an occupational constituency shall be determined in proportion to the number of employees registering for a particular occupational constituency in relation to the total registrations.'.

Mr John McDonnell23
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(1C) The number of business voters elected from the business electoral college shall be no more than 2000.'.

Mr John McDonnell24
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      37      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(1D) The number of employee voters elected from the employees' electoral college shall be no more than 2000.'.

Mr John McDonnell81
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      40      [Clause 3], after 'year,' insert—

'except for electors appointed under subsections 3(1)(a) and 3(1)(c) above, for whom the qualifying date is 1st September in the second preceding year,'.

Mr John McDonnell59
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      41      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(2A)—(1)   For the election of voters to represent the business operational and occupational constituencies within the electoral colleges, each vote in the poll shall be a single transferable vote.

(2)   A single transferable vote is a vote—(a)   capable of being given so as to indicate the voter's order of preference for the candidates for election as members for the constituency; and(b)   capable of being transferred to the next choice when the vote is not needed to give a prior choice to the necessary quota of votes or when a prior choice is eliminated from the list of candidates because of a deficiency in the number of votes given for him.'.
Mr John McDonnell25
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      2,      line      44      [Clause 3], leave out from second 'year' to end of line and insert—

'determined by ballot of the voters qualified to vote as in section 3(1)(b) above.'.

Mr John McDonnell26
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      1      [Clause 3], leave out paragraph (b).

Mr John McDonnell27
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      8      [Clause 3], leave out from 'greater' to end of line 9 and insert 'number of employees of the qualifying body.'.

Mr John McDonnell70
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      10      [Clause 3], leave out from beginning to end of line 18.

Mr John McDonnell104
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      13      [Clause 3], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell28
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      17      [Clause 3], after 'values,' insert 'the number of relevant employees'.

Mr John McDonnell105
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      18      [Clause 3], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell29
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      18      [Clause 3], at end insert 'subject to subsections (1C) and (1D) above'.

Mr John McDonnell30
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      22      [Clause 3], after 'Elections' insert 'and Appointment of Voters'.

Mr Andrew Mackinlay31
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      22      [Clause 3], at end insert—

'(8A) This section shall not come into effect until the Corporation has reported to the Secretary of State that it has by a referendum gained consent to the qualification set out in subsection 3(1) above; and those entitled to vote in the referendum shall be those listed on the electoral register as resident in a ward of the City on the day that notice of the referendum is given.'.

Mr John McDonnell71
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      24      leave out Clause 4.

Mr John McDonnell106
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      24      [Clause 4], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell32
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      25      [Clause 4], leave out from 'shall' to end of line 27 and insert 'conduct a ballot of all relevant employees to elect its voter or voters.'.

Mr John McDonnell33

Page      3,      line      27      [Clause 4], after 'workforce' insert 'including gender, race and disability.'.

Mr John McDonnell34
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      27      [Clause 4], after 'workforce' insert—

'in consultation with the Commission for Racial Equality, Women's National Commission and any other bodies designated by the Secretary of State.'.

Mr John McDonnell35
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      27      [Clause 4], after 'workforce' insert—

'subject to the verification to this effect of the Commission for Racial Equality and any other such bodies which shall be designated from time to time by the Secretary of State.'.

Mr John McDonnell36
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      27      [Clause 4], after 'workforce' insert—

'and to this end will conduct a ballot of its workforce to elect that person or persons to serve as a voter or voters for that qualifying body'.

Mr Andrew Mackinlay37
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      27      [Clause 4], at end insert—

'and such appointments shall be made following consultation with the recognised Trade Unions or a body or bodies representing staff, or any proportion of staff.'.

Mr John McDonnell107
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      30      [Clause 4], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell72
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      33,      leave out Clause 5.

Mr John McDonnell108
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      33      [Clause 5], leave out 'appointed' and insert 'elected'.

Mr John McDonnell95
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      3,      line      36      [Clause 5], leave out from 'him;' to end of line 40.

Mr John McDonnell109
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      1      [Clause 5], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell38
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      2      [Clause 5], after 'months' insert—

'; and

(c)   he has submitted a declaration to the Town Clerk of interests and membership of any bodies, including masonic lodges, which may lead to any conflict of interest as a voter.'.

Mr John McDonnell39
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      3      [Clause 5], leave out subsection (3).

Mr John McDonnell40
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      9      [Clause 5], leave out subsection (4).

Mr John McDonnell41
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      12      [Clause 5], leave out subsection (5).

Mr John McDonnell94
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      13      [Clause 5], after 'shall,' insert—

'if he has been a member of that board of directors or that governing body for no less than 2 years prior to the qualifying date,'.

Mr John McDonnell42
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      24      [Clause 7], leave out '5' and insert '2'.

Mr John McDonnell91
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      24      [Clause 7], leave out '5' and insert '3'.

Mr John McDonnell88
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      24      [Clause 7], leave out from 'year,' to 'a' in line 25 and insert—

'the Secretary of State shall establish a committee comprising representatives of the City Corporation, the Greater London Authority and the boroughs to prepare'.

Mr John McDonnell89
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      27      [Clause 7], at end insert—

'no later than six months after the appointment of the said committee'.

Mr John McDonnell90
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      28      [Clause 7], leave out 'The Corporation' and insert 'The committee'.

Mr John McDonnell92
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      28      [Clause 7], leave out from 'reports,' to 'and' in line 29 and insert 'every 5 years thereafter;'.

Mr John McDonnell43
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      29      [Clause 7], after 'require' insert 'but no later than every two years after the laying before Parliament of the previous report'.

Mr Andrew Mackinlay44
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      30      [Clause 7], at end insert—

'(2A) Prior to the preparation of any report under subsection (1) or (2) above, each voter qualified under section 3(1)(b) shall be sent a notice by the Town Clerk inviting representations within a period of twenty-eight days; and any such representation received shall be listed in the report, and kept available for public inspection and duplication for six months from the date of publication of the report.'.

Mr John McDonnell85
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      32      [Clause 7], at end insert—

'(4)   Such report shall contain information on any consultations undertaken by the Corporation with persons entitled to vote at ward elections in the City of London on any further proposals with respect to altering the qualifications of voters at such elections.'.

Mr John McDonnell86
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      32      [Clause 7], at end insert—

'(5)   Such report shall be distributed by the City Corporation to every person entitled to vote at such elections.'.

Mr John McDonnell87
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      32      [Clause 7], at end insert—

'(6)   Prior to the submission of such report to the Secretary of State, the City Corporation shall consult on its contents with the Mayor of London, the Greater London Authority, the boroughs and the Electoral Commission.'.

Mr John McDonnell102
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      4,      line      36      [Clause 8], after 'bodies', insert 'and their relevant employees'.

Mr John McDonnell45
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      5,      line      3      [Clause 8], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell46
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      5,      line      6      [Clause 8], leave out 'appointed' and insert 'elected'.

Mr John McDonnell103
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      5,      line      7      [Clause 8], at end insert—

'(c)   stating the relevant employees registered to vote in the election of the voters pursuant to section 3(1)(c) above and the procedure for the election of the voters.'.

Mr John McDonnell112
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      5,      line      9      [Clause 8], leave out 'appointed' and insert 'elected'.

Mr John McDonnell113
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      5,      line      10      [Clause 8], leave out 'appointment' and insert 'election'.

Mr John McDonnell73
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      6      [Schedule 1], leave out from beginning to end of line 34 on page 7.

Mr John McDonnell47
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      7      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell93
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      8      [Schedule 1], leave out from 'calculated' to end of line 23 and insert—

'in proportion to the rateable value of the hereditament occupied by the qualifying body, so that the sum total of persons qualified to vote at ward elections on the basis of sections 3(1)(a) and 3(1)(c) of this Act does not exceed the total of persons qualified to vote at ward elections on the basis of being residents of the City.'.

Mr John McDonnell48
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      8      [Schedule 1], leave out from 'scale:' to end of line 23 and insert—

Number of Relevant Employees Maximum Number of Persons whom that Body may Elect
Up to 1,0001.
For every 1,000 over the first 1,000
1.
1 for every thousand relevant employees.
Mr John McDonnell49
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      8      [Schedule 1], leave out from 'scale:' to end of line 23 and insert—

'One voter for the first £1,000,000 rateable value and one voter for every £1,000,000 rateable value hereditament thereafter up to a maximum of 10 voters.'.

Mr John McDonnell115
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      10      [Schedule 1], in second column leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell116
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      25      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appointment' and insert 'election'.

Mr John McDonnell50
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      26      [Schedule 1], leave out 'rateable value' and insert 'number of relevant employees'.

Mr John McDonnell117
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      6,      line      29      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell118
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      7,      line      39      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell114
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      7,      line      42      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell111
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      8,      line      4      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appoint' and insert 'elect'.

Mr John McDonnell110
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      8,      line      10      [Schedule 1], leave out 'appointment' and insert 'election'.

Mr John McDonnell74
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      8,      line      25      [Schedule 1], leave out paragraph 14.

Mr John McDonnell55
Mr Jeremy Corbyn

Page      1,      [Long title], after 'elections' insert 'and the appointment of voters'.

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