|Amendments proposed to the Anti-terrorism Crime and Security Bill - continued||House of Commons|
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Abolition of common law offence of blasphemy
Mr Frank Dobson
NC1To move the following Clause:
'1. The following common law offences are hereby abolished:
2. The following provisions are hereby repealed:
3. This provision shall not extend to Scotland or Northern Ireland.'.
Mr Chris Mullin
NC2To move the following Clause:
'28A.(1) The appropriate Minister shall appoint an independent Commissioner for the purpose of this section.
(2) The Commissioner must review the operation of sections 21 to 23 before the end of the period
(3) The Commissioner conducting a review under this section must prepare a report on the result of the review and lay a copy of it before each House of Parliament.
(4) In this section the Commissioner" means the Commissioner appointed under subsection (1).'.
Ministry of Defence Police to be subject to Police Complaints Authority
Mr Chris Mullin
NC3To move the following Clause:
'(98A) Part IV of the Police Act 1996 (complaints, disciplinary proceedings etc) shall apply in relation to a member of the Ministry of Defence police as it does to any member of a police force, but only in relation to the jurisdiction conferred by section 2(3A) to (3C) of the Ministry of Defence Act 1987 (c.4).'.
Mr Oliver Letwin
NC4To move the following Clause:
'Part 5 of this Act shall not have effect until the Secretary of State has conducted a consultation exercise on its proposals with the following bodies, and placed a copy of their responses in the Library of the House of Commons
Consent for prosecution under sections 106 or 107
Mr Oliver Letwin
NC5To move the following Clause:
'.(1) No prosecution for an offence under sections 106 or 107 shall be instituted except by or with the consent of the Attorney General.
(2) The Secretary of State shall lay before both Houses of Parliament at least once every twelve months a report on any prosecutions arising under section 106 or 107.'.
Consultation (No. 2.)
NC10To move the following Clause:
'( ) Part 5 of this Act shall not come into force until the Secretary of State has undertaken a review including consultation with the following bodies and representatives, and other bodies which he judges will be affected by the provisions, and he has published the conclusions of that review
Protection of the public through the application of a Code of Practice to specified disclosures
Mr Harry Cohen
NC11To move the following Clause:
'(1) In this Part a specified disclosure" means a disclosure of personal data, made under the provisions of this Part, where the disclosure is for a purpose
(2) A disclosure is also a specified disclosure if there is a further disclosure of personal data made by any person to whom the personal data were originally disclosed where that further disclosure
(3) A specified disclosure is unlawful unless the person making the disclosure has regard to the terms of a code of practice.
(4) The Secretary of State may by order vary the specified time" or the monetary value of the significant amount", and the significant amount may vary in relation to different taxes, levies, charges, contributions or other impositions of a similar nature.
(5) Subject to an order made by the Secretary of State, the specified time is six months and the value of the significant amount is £50,000.
(6) This section comes into effect six months after this Act comes into effect.
(7) A statutory instrument containing an order under this section shall be laid before Parliament after being made'.
Codes of Practice which apply to specified disclosures
Mr Harry Cohen
NC 12To move the following Clause:
'(1) The Secretary of State shall issue one or more codes of practice relating to specified disclosures.
(2) Before issuing a code of practice under subsection (1), the Secretary of State shall
(3) The Secretary of State shall, before laying before both Houses of Parliament every draft code of practice prepared and published by him under this section.
(4) A code of practice issued by the Secretary of State under this section shall not be brought into force except in accordance with an order made by the Secretary of State.
(5) An order under subsection (5) may contain such transitional provisions and savings as appear to the Secretary of State to be necessary or expedient in connection with the bringing into force of the code brought into force by that order.
(6) The Secretary of State may from time to time
(7) Subsections (2) to (5) shall apply (with appropriate modifications) in relation to the issue of any revised code under this section as they apply in relation to the first issue of such a code.
(8) Any code of practice or draft code of practice shall carry a foreword from the Information Commissioner as to its content.
(9) A code of practice shall contain
(10) The Secretary of State shall not make an order containing provision for any of the purposes of this section unless a draft of the order has been laid before Parliament and approved by a resolution of each House.
(11) In this section Information Commissioner" means the Commissoner established by the Data Protection Act 1998.'.
Effect of codes of practice which apply to specified disclosures
Mr Harry Cohen
NC13To move the following Clause:
'(1) A person exercising or performing any power or duty in relation to which provision may be made by a code of practice under section (protection of the public through the application of a code of practice to specified disclosures) shall, in doing so, have regard to the provisions (so far as they are applicable) of every code of practice for the time being in force under that section.
(2) A failure on the part of any person to comply with any provision of a code of practice for the time being in force under section (protection of the public through the application of a code of practice to specified disclosures) shall not of itself render him liable to any criminal or civil proceedings.
(3) A code of practice in force at any time under section (protection of the public through the application of a code of practice to specified disclosures) shall be admissible in evidence in any criminal or civil proceedings.
(4) If any provision of a code of practice issued or revised under section (protection of the public through the application of a code of practice to specified disclosures) appears to the Information Commissioner to be relevant to any question arising in the proceedings, or in connection with the exercise of that jurisdiction or the carrying out of those functions, in relation to a time when it was in force, that provision of the code shall be taken into account in determining that question.
(5) In this section Information Commissioner" means the Commissioner established by the Data Protection Act 1998.'.
ORDER OF THE HOUSE (21ST NOVEMBER)
Mr Robin Cook
(1) proceedings in Committee of the whole House shall, so far as not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion at eleven o'clock on the second allotted day;
(2) those proceedings shall be taken on each of the allotted days as shown in the second column of the following Table and shall be taken in the order so shown, and shall be brought to a conclusion (so far as not previously concluded) at the times specified in the third column of the Table.
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