HC Deb 25 June 1991 vol 193 cc950-1

Lords amendment: No. 104 in page 54, line 31, leave out from beginning to ("also") in line 32 and insert ("The following provisions of this Act, namely—

  1. (a) this section;
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  3. (b) sections (Reciprocal enforcement of certain orders), 15(1) and (2), 21 (Sentence for murder) (Courts duty on passing sentence of life imprisonment) and 23(3) and (4); and
  4. (c) Schedule (Reciprocal enforcement of certain orders), paragraph 6 of Schedule 5, paragraph 5 of Schedule 7, paragraph 15A of Schedule 10 to this Act and, so far as relating to the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968, Schedule 12").
Amendment made to the Lords amendment: (a), in paragraph (6), leave out from '21' to 'and' in line 6—[Mr. John Patten.]

Lords amendment No. 104, as amended, agreed to.

Subsequent Lords amendments agreed to.

Mr. Speaker

I am satisfied that Lords amendment No. 115 imposes a charge on the public revenue, such as is required to be authorised by a resolution of the House. Such a charge has not been so authorised; accordingly, pursuant to paragraph 3 of Standing Order No. 76, the amendment is deemed to be disagreed to.

Subsequent Lords amendments agreed to.

Lords amendment No. 162 disagreed to.

Ordered, That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to certain of their amendments.—[Mr. Kirkhopel.]

Ordered, That Mr. Matthew Carrington, Mrs. Llin Golding, Mr. Greg Knight, Mr. John Patten and that Mr. Barry Sheerman be Members of the Committee.—[Mr. Kirkhope.]

Ordered, That Three be the quorum of the Committee.—[Mr. Kirkhope.]

Ordered, That the Committee do withdraw immediately.—[Mr. Kirkhope.]

Reasons for disagreeing to certain of the Lords amendments reported, and agreed to; to be communicated to the Lords.

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