Amendments proposed to the Animal Health Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Colin Breed

99

Clause     7,     page     4,     line     24,     leave out 'or third'.

   

Patrick Hall

125

Clause     7,     page     4,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Any person given notice under subsection (3)(b) below shall be entitled to present sworn information in writing to the justice of the peace who is to consider the application for a warrant.'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

100

Clause     7,     page     4,     line     31,     leave out 'or a refusal is expected'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

101

Clause     7,     page     4,     leave out lines 35 to 39.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

138

Clause     7,     page     4,     leave out line 38.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

149

Clause     7,     page     4,     line     39,     at end insert 'and the inspector can demonstrate that all reasonable efforts to contact the occupier have been made.'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

102

Clause     7,     page     5,     leave out lines 6 to 8.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

41

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     6,     leave out from 'such' to 'for' in line 7 and insert 'personal assistance as is reasonably necessary'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

139

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     6,     leave out 'any person' and insert 'the owner and any person employed by the owner.'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

50

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     7,     leave out 'assistance as he reasonably needs' and insert 'personal assistance as is reasonably necessary'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

73

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     7,     after 'needs', insert 'and that that person can normally give.'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

103

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     13,     leave out 'excuse' and insert 'reason'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

140

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     14,     leave out '(proof of which shall lie on him)'.

   

Mr Colin Breed
Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

104

Clause     7,     page     5,     leave out lines 19 to 21.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

141

Clause     7,     page     5,     line     21,     at end add 'unless there are mitigating circumstances'.


   

Mr Colin Breed

105

Clause     8,     page     5,     line     26,     after 'premises', insert 'at any reasonable time'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

74

Clause     8,     page     5,     line     28,     leave out from 'premises' to end of line 31.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

143

Clause     8,     page     5,     line     30,     leave out '56 days' and insert '1 month'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

106

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     3,     leave out 'or third'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

107

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     5,     leave out 'if necessary using reasonable force'.

   

Patrick Hall

126

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     6,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   Any person given notice under subsection (3)(b) below shall be entitled to present sworn information in writing to the justice of the peace who is to consider the application for a warrant.'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

119

Clause     8,     page     6,     leave out lines 14 to 18.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

144

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     27,     leave out 'on the premises' and insert 'biologically susceptible to the disease.'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

75

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     30,     after 'needs', insert 'and that that person can normally give'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

120

Clause     8,     page     6,     leave out lines 34 to 36.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

145

Clause     8,     page     6,     line     36,     at end insert 'unless there are mitigating circumstances'.


   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

146

Clause     9,     page     7,     line     3,     leave out 'detain'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

121

Clause     9,     page     7,     line     15,     leave out 'thing' and insert 'object'.

   

Mr Colin Breed

122

Clause     9,     page     7,     line     17,     leave out 'anything' and insert 'any object'.


   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

42

Clause     11,     page     7,     line     32,     leave out 'knowingly' and insert 'deliberately'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

76

Clause     11,     page     8,     line     8,     after 'animals', insert 'except for household pets.'

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

78

Clause     11,     page     8,     line     30,     leave out 'one year' and insert '3 months.'

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

79

Clause     11,     page     8,     line     33,     leave out 'one year' and insert '6 months.'

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

77

Clause     11,     page     8,     line     36,     after 'animal', insert 'except for domestic pets.'

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

147

Clause     11,     page     8,     leave out lines 37 to 39.


   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

6

Clause     15,     page     10,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   No order shall be made under subsection (1) above until the reports of the Government's inquiries into the foot and mouth outbreak have been published'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

7

Clause     15,     page     10,     line     27,     at end insert—

    '(1A)   No order shall be made under subsection (1) above until an independent public inquiry into the foot and mouth outbreak has reported'.

   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

153

Clause     15,     page     10,     line     29,     at end insert 'but any orders made to bring Part I or Schedule 1 into force shall provide for their commencement on the same date throughout Great Britain'.


   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

154

Clause     17,     page     10,     line     34,     leave out 'extends only to England and Wales' and insert 'does not extend to Northern Ireland'.


NEW CLAUSES

Pet animals
   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

'In the 1981 Act the following section is inserted after section 34.

       "34A Pet animals

       Where it can be shown that a pet animal has been in contact with an animal affected by foot-and-mouth, it shall not be slaughtered until the result of a blood test for the disease is known".'.


Vaccination as alternative to slaughter
   

Mrs Ann Winterton
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Mrs Angela Browning
Mr Bill Wiggin
Mr Richard Bacon

NC2

To move the following Clause:—

'In the 1981 Act the following section is inserted after section 16.

       "16AA Vaccination as alternative to slaughter

       The owner or person for the time being in charge of any animal the slaughter of which has been authorised for the purpose of preventing the spread of foot-and-mouth disease may apply to the Minister for it to be treated with vaccine in place of being slaughtered; and any such application shall be granted".'.

 
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