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Amendment Paper as at
Tuesday 28th November 2000

CONSIDERATION OF LORDS AMENDMENTS


New Amendments handed in are marked thus *

TRANSPORT BILL

On Consideration of Lords Reasons for insisting on Lords Amendments to which the Commons have disagreed and Lords Amendments in lieu of a Lords Amendment to which the Commons have disagreed


Lords Amendments Nos. 27 to 29

   

Mr Secretary Prescott

*To move, That this House insists on its disagreement with the Lords in their Amendments.

   

Mr Secretary Prescott
To move the following Amendments to the Bill in lieu of the Lords Amendments—

(a)

*Page     27,     line     5,     at     end     insert—

    '( ) No direction may be given under this section before the end of the period of three months starting with the day on which this Act is passed.'.

   

Mr Secretary Prescott

(b)

*Page     27,     line     25,     at     end     insert—

    '( ) No approval may be given under this section before the end of the period of three months starting with the day on which this Act is passed.'.

   

Mr Secretary Prescott

(c)

*Page     27,     line     38,     at     end     insert—

    '( ) No scheme may be made under this section before the end of the period of three months starting with the day on which this Act is passed.'.


Lords Amendment No. 27

   

Mr John McDonnell
Mr Tam Dalyell
Mr Martin Salter
Mr Alan Simpson
Mr David Winnick
Mr Dennis Skinner
Mr John CryerMr Frank CookMr Kelvin Hopkins
Dr Ian GibsonMr David TaylorMr Gordon Prentice
Lynne JonesMs Diane AbbottMr Jeremy Corbyn
Mrs Ann CryerMs Jenny JonesMr Bill Michie
Alice MahonMr Robert N. WareingMr Terry Lewis
Mr Michael ClaphamMr Robert Marshall-
Andrews
Mr Harold Best

As an Amendment to the Lords Amendment:—

*Line     3,     leave out from 'before' to end of line 4 and insert 'both Houses of Parliament have approved in draft an order giving effect to the direction.

    ( ) No draft of an order under subsection (     ) shall be laid before Parliament until the Secretary of State has laid before both Houses of Parliament a report on the outcome of a process of consultation with all interested parties on whether to proceed with such a direction or with a not-for-profit trust.'.


Lords Amendment No. 28

   

Mr John McDonnell
Mr Tam Dalyell
Mr Martin Salter
Mr Alan Simpson
Mr David Winnick
Mr Dennis Skinner
Mr John CryerMr Frank CookMr Kelvin Hopkins
Dr Ian GibsonMr David TaylorMr Gordon Prentice
Lynne JonesMs Diane AbbottMr Jeremy Corbyn
Mrs Ann CryerMs Jenny JonesMr Bill Michie
Alice MahonMr Robert N. WareingMr Terry Lewis
Mr Michael ClaphamMr Robert Marshall-
Andrews
Mr Harold Best

As an Amendment to the Lords Amendment:—

*Line     3,     leave out from 'before' to end of line 4 and insert 'both Houses of Parliament have approved in draft an order giving effect to the approval.

    ( ) No draft of an order under subsection (     ) shall be laid before Parliament until the Secretary of State has laid before both Houses of Parliament a report on the outcome of a process of consultation with all interested parties on whether to proceed with such an approval or with a not-for-profit trust.'.


Lords Amendment No. 29

   

Mr John McDonnell
Mr Tam Dalyell
Mr Martin Salter
Mr Alan Simpson
Mr David Winnick
Mr Dennis Skinner
Mr John CryerMr Frank CookMr Kelvin Hopkins
Dr Ian GibsonMr David TaylorMr Gordon Prentice
Lynne JonesMs Diane AbbottMr Jeremy Corbyn
Mrs Ann CryerMs Jenny JonesMr Bill Michie
Alice MahonMr Robert N. WareingMr Terry Lewis
Mr Michael ClaphamMr Robert Marshall-
Andrews
Mr Harold Best

As an Amendment to the Lords Amendment:—

*Line     2,     leave out from 'before' to end of line 3 and insert 'both Houses of Parliament have approved in draft an order giving effect to the scheme.

    ( ) No draft of an order under subsection (     ) shall be laid before Parliament until the Secretary of State has laid before both Houses of Parliament a report on the outcome of a process of consultation with all interested parties on whether to proceed with such a scheme or with a not-for-profit trust.'.


 
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