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Criminal Justice and Immigration Bill 2007-08

Government Bill - Introduced by Mr David Hanson, Ministry of Justice

Introduced in session 2006-07 and carried over to session 2007-08

Progress of Bill including links to debates Session 2007-08

Key to abbreviations 
C C C C C L L L L L    
1R 2R Comm Rep 3R 1R 2R Comm Rep 3R PP RA
07.11.07 07.11.07                  

Progress of Bill including links to debates in 2004-05 and 2005-06

C C C C C L L L L L    
1R 2R Comm Rep 3R 1R 2R Comm Rep 3R PP RA
26.06.07 8.10.07 16.10.07                  

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Commons
29 Nov 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 29 November 2007
29 Nov 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 29 November 2007
27 Nov 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 27 November 2007
22 Nov 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 22 November 2007
20 Nov 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 20 November 2007
20 Nov 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 20 November 2007
7 Nov 07 Bill 1 07-08PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version
7 Nov 07 Bill 1 07-08 Bill as Introduced - html version
7 Nov 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments given on 7 November 2007
25 Oct 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 25 October 2007
25 Oct 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 25 October 2007
23 Oct 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 23 October 2007
23 Oct 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 23 October 2007
18 Oct 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 18 October 2007
16 Oct 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 16 October 2007
16 Oct 07Amendment paperNotices of Amendments as at 16 October 2007
26 June 07 Bill 130 06-07PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version
26 June 07 Bill 130 06-07 Bill as Introduced - html version

About the Bill

Make further provision about criminal justice (including provision about the police) and dealing with offenders and defaulters; to provide for the establishment and functions of Her Majesty’s Commissioner for Offender Management and Prisons and to make further provision about the management of offenders; to amend the criminal law; to make further provision for combatting crime and disorder; to make provision about the mutual recognition of financial penalties; to make provision for a new immigration status in certain cases involving criminality; and for connected purposes.

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About Parliament: Government Bills

This is a term for a type of Public Bill, introduced by government ministers.

Public Bills change the law as it applies to the general population and are the most common type of Bill introduced in Parliament. Government Ministers propose many Public Bills - those put forward by other MPs or peers are known as Private Members' Bills

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