Amendments proposed to the Proceeds of Crime, As Amended - continued House of Commons

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Mrs Secretary Liddell

253

Page     258,     line     29     [Clause     447],     after '296(4)', insert '[Code of practice] (No. 2) (4),'.

   

Mr Alex Salmond
Mr Elfyn Llwyd
Peter Wishart
Annabell Ewing

229

Page     258,     line     29     [Clause     447],     leave out 'or 431(6)' and insert ', 431(6) or 446'.

   

Mrs Secretary Liddell

254

Page     258,     line     29     [Clause     447],     after '431(6)' insert 'or 433(8)'.


REMAINING NEW CLAUSES

Enactment

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

NC6

To move the following Clause:—

    'In this Act (except in section 448(1)) a reference to an enactment includes a reference to—

      (a) an Act of the Scottish Parliament;

      (b) Northern Ireland legislation.'.


Operation of the Act in Scotland: reports and review

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   The Lord Advocate must, as soon as possible after the end of each financial year, publish a report on how he has exercised his functions under Part 3 and under Chapter 3 of Part 5 during the financial year.

    (2)   The Scottish Ministers must, as soon as possible after the end of each financial year, publish a report on how they have exercised their functions under Part 5 during the financial year.

    (3)   Within a period of two years after the coming into force of Part 5 of this Act, the Lord Advocate and the Scottish Ministers must publish jointly a review of the operation of the Act (other than Part 6) in Scotland, including their opinions on the case for the establishment of a Scottish Assets Recovery Agency.

    (4)   A report under subsection (1) or (2) or a review under subsection (3) must be laid before the Scottish Parliament.'.


   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

NS1

To move the following Schedule:—

      'Criminal Lifestyle Offences

       For the purposes of section 75, the following are criminal lifestyle offences:

      (a) people trafficking, in the sense primarily of trafficking for sexual exploitation;

      (b) facilitation of immigration offences (including illegal working);

      (c) forgery of travel and other immigration-related documents;

      (d) drug trafficking offences;

      (e) money laundering offences;

      (f) conspiracy to defraud the Crown (e.g., benefits, taxation, grants, etc);

      (g) arms trafficking;

      (h) involvement in counterfeit currency and counterfeit goods;

      (i) dealing in child pornography;

      (j) pimping;

      (k) brothel keeping;

      (l) corruption;

      (m) terrorist funding offences;

      (n) insider dealing; and

      (o) murder for gain or attempted murder for gain.'.


 
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