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Baroness Hayman: I am considering the need for legislation, but recent court cases suggest that the police can successfully prosecute the offences of dangerous driving, careless driving or failure to exercise proper control of a vehicle that may arise from the use of a mobile phone while driving. We are also considering strengthening the advice in the Highway Code on the
Baroness Hayman: The abolition of non-domestic rates on sporting rights, introduced by Part I of the Local Government and Rating Act, was brought into force on 1 April 1997. Decisions on the other provisions of Part I will be announced in due course. Part III comes into force on 19 May 1997 by commencement order SI no. 1997/1097.
Baroness Hayman: The Government are considering the implication for radioactive waste management policy of the former Secretary of State's dismissal of United Kingdom Nirex Ltd.'s appeal against refusal of planning permission for a Rock Characterisation Facility at Sellafield.
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