Amendments proposed to the Tobacco Advertising And Promotion Bill [܃f4lords] - continued House of Commons

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Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

62

Clause     14,     page     7,     line     37,     leave out 'considers' and insert 'has reasonable grounds for considering'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

66

Clause     14,     page     7,     line     40,     after 'book', insert '(provided he leaves behind a complete copy)'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

63

Clause     14,     page     7,     line     42,     leave out 'considers' and insert 'has reasonable grounds for considering'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

65

Clause     14,     page     7,     line     44,     leave out 'facilities and'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

64

Clause     14,     page     7,     line     44,     leave out 'considers' and insert 'has reasonable grounds for considering'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

59

Clause     14,     page     8,     line     15,     leave out 'premises used only as a private dwelling house' and insert 'part of any premise used primarily for private dwelling purposes'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

67

Clause     14,     page     8,     line     16,     leave out 'or is likely to be'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

29

Clause     14,     page     9,     line     12,     at end add—

    '(13)   If a person who enters any premises by virtue of this section discloses to any person information obtained on the premises with regard to any trade secret, he is, unless the disclosure is made in the performance of his duty, guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale.'.


   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

68

Clause     18,     page     10,     line     20,     leave out subsection (5).


   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

69

Clause     19,     page     10,     line     29,     leave out from 'containing' to 'to' in line 30 and insert 'any order or regulations under this Act, other than regulations under section 8 are'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

22

Clause     19,     page     10,     line     29,     after '7', insert 'or section (Developments with regard to tobacco products)'.

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

70

Clause     19,     page     10,     line     37,     leave out subsection (5).


   

Yvette Cooper

31

Clause     22,     page     11,     line     30,     leave out subsection (6).


NEW CLAUSES

Developments with regard to tobacco products

   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '.—(1)   The Secretary of State may by order amend any provision of this Act if he considers it appropriate to do so in consequence of any significant developments relating to tobacco products.

    (2)   Before making an order under this section, the Secretary of State shall publish his proposals and consult such persons or bodies as appear to him to be appropriate.'.


Commission of body to study the effects of Act
   

Tim Loughton
Mr Andrew Hunter
Mr David Ruffley
Mr Adrian Flook
Mr David Wilshire

NC2

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   The Secretary of State shall commission a reputable and appropriate qualified body to carry out a rolling study of the effects of this Act on—

      (a) the prevalence of smoking in the United Kingdom population, with particular reference to the uptake of smoking by persons between the ages of 16 and 19 and under the age of 16; and

      (b) the effect of this Act on market shares of different participants in the tobacco industry.

    (2)   Following the third anniversary of this Act coming into force, and annually thereafter, the Secretary of State shall arrange for an annual report of the findings of the study commissioned in accordance with subsection (1) above to be laid before Parliament.'.


EXTRACT FROM THE ORDER OF THE HOUSE [29TH APRIL]

    (3)   Proceedings in the Standing Committee shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion on Tuesday 14th May.


ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE [7TH MAY]

       That—

      (1) during proceedings on the Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill [Lords] the Standing Committee, in addition to its first sitting on Tuesday 7th May at half-past Four o'clock, do meet on Thursday 9th May at Nine o'clock and at half-past Two o'clock, and on Tuesday 14th May at half-past Ten o'clock and at half-past Four o'clock;

      (2) the proceedings shall be taken in the following order, namely Clauses 1 to 5, Clause 17, Clauses 6 to 10, Clause 20, Clauses 11 to 16, Clauses 18 and 19, Clauses 21 and 22, New Clauses and New Schedules;

      (3) the proceedings on the Bill (so far as not previously concluded) shall be brought to a conclusion at Seven o'clock on Tuesday 14th May 2002.


 
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