Amendments proposed to the Enterprise Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     4,     line     18     [Clause     9],     leave out from beginning to 'section' in line 19.


   

Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     5,     line     2     [Clause     11],     after 'consumer', insert 'or producer'.

   

Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     5,     line     5     [Clause     11],     after 'consumers', insert 'or producers'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr Charles Hendry
Mr Andrew Lansley
Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Mark Field

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Page     5,     line     6     [Clause     11],     leave out '90' and insert '60'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr Charles Hendry
Mr Andrew Lansley
Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Mark Field

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Page     5,     line     13     [Clause     11],     leave out subsection (4).

   

Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     5,     line     15     [Clause     11],     after 'consumer', insert 'or producer'.

   

Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     5,     line     18     [Clause     11],     after 'consumers', insert 'or producers'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr Charles Hendry
Mr Andrew Lansley
Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Mark Field

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Page     5,     line     20     [Clause     11],     at end insert—

    '(6A)   The status of "designated consumer body" for the purposes of this section shall be renewed by the Secretary of State on an annual basis and revoked if he thinks fit.'.

   

Mr Harry Barnes
Mr John Cummings
John McDonnell
Mr Stephen Pound
Mr Harold Best
Mr Alan Simpson

David TaylorJohn CryerAlice Mahon
Mr Kelvin HopkinsMr Robert Marshall-AndrewsMr Austin Mitchell
Mr Dennis SkinnerHarry CohenJeremy Corbyn
Ms Diane AbbotJohn AustinMr Michael Clapham
Mr Neil GerrardMr Tony Banks

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Page     5,     line     34     [Clause     11],     at end insert 'and—

      (c) "producer" means an individual involved in the manufacture, production or sale of goods or services.'.


   

Mr Andrew Lansley
Mr John Whittingdale
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr Charles Hendry
Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Mark Field

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Page     6,     line     5     [Clause     12],     leave out 'Secretary of State' and insert 'Lord Chancellor'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     6,     line     31     [Clause     14],     at end insert—

    '( )   This section has effect subject to paragraph 17 of Schedule 4 (consequences of a member of the Tribunal being unable to continue after the proceedings have begun to be heard).'.


   

Mr Andrew Lansley
Mr John Whittingdale
Mr Nigel Waterson
Mr Charles Hendry
Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Mark Field

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Page     188,     line     12     [Schedule     2],     at end insert—

    '(1A)   A person is not eligible for appointment as an ordinary member unless he appears to the Lord Chancellor to have appropriate experience and knowledge (whether of competition law and practice, other relevant law and practice, economic and business practice, or experience in relation to any sector of industry to which the Competition Appeal Tribunal exercises an appellate function'.


   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     190,     line     36     [Schedule     3],     at end insert—

    '(2)   Sub-paragraph (1) does not apply in relation to any document which is, or is to be, signed in accordance with the law of Scotland.'.


   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     193,     line     23     [Schedule     4],     at end insert—

    '(4) The President shall make such arrangements for the publication of the decisions of the Tribunal as he considers appropriate.'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     193,     line     25     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'Tribunal' to second 'in' and insert 'is registered in England and Wales'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

171

Page     193,     line     33     [Schedule     4],     leave out 'in Scotland awards damages' and insert 'awards damages, costs or'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

172

Page     193,     line     38     [Schedule     4],     leave out 'in England and Wales or Scotland'.


   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

173

Page     194,     line     3     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'Tribunal' to 'with' and insert 'may be enforced in Northern Ireland'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

174

Page     194,     line     10     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'enforcing' to end of line 11 and insert 'in Northern Ireland a decision to award damages, costs or expenses—'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

175

Page     194,     line     12     [Schedule     4],     leave out 'or costs' and insert ', costs or expenses'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

176

Page     194,     line     15     [Schedule     4],     leave out 'or costs' and insert ', costs or expenses'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     194,     line     20     [Schedule     4],     leave out from 'enforcing' to first 'the' in line 21 and insert 'in Northern Ireland a direction given as a result of a decision of the Tribunal'.


   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     196     [Schedule     4],     leave out lines 18 and 19.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     196,     line     28     [Schedule     4],     at end insert—

    '(1A) Tribunal rules may make provision enabling the Tribunal to refer any matter arising in any proceedings (other than a claim for damages under section 47A of the 1998 Act) back to the authority that made the decision to which the proceedings relate, if it appears that the matter has not been adequately investigated.'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     196     [Schedule     4],     leave out lines 37 to 39 and insert—

    '( ) Tribunal rules may make provision as to the consequences of a member of the Tribunal being unable to continue after part of any proceedings have been heard.

    ( ) The rules may allow the Tribunal to consist of the remaining members for the rest of the proceedings.

    ( ) The rules may enable the President, if it is the chairman of the Tribunal who is unable to continue—'.

   

Ms Secretary Hewitt

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Page     198,     line     5     [Schedule     4],     at end insert—

    '21A (1) Tribunal rules may make provision enabling the Tribunal to decide where to sit for the purposes of, or of any part of, any proceedings before it.

    (2) Tribunal rules may make provision enabling the Tribunal to decide that any proceedings before it are to be treated, for purposes connected with—

            (a)   any appeal from a decision of the Tribunal made in those proceedings; and

            (b)   any other matter connected with those proceedings,

    as proceedings in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland (regardless of the decision made for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)).

    (3) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2), Tribunal rules may provide for each claim for damages made or continued on behalf of an individual in proceedings under section 47B of the 1998 Act to be treated as separate proceedings.'.

 
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