Prevention of Terrorism Bill — 10 Mar 2005 at 12:26

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:TITLE3:LORDS AMENDMENTS

1 Clause 1, page 1, line 3, leave out from beginning to end of line 16 and insert-

"(1A) In this Act "control order" means an order against an individual that imposes obligations on him for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism.

(1B) The power to make a control order against an individual shall be exercisable by the court on an application by the Secretary of State.

(1C) The obligations that may be imposed by a control order made against an individual are any obligations that the court considers necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by that individual in terrorism-related activity.

(1D) Those obligations are-"

The Commons agree to this amendment with the following amendments-

1A Line 6, after "exercisable" insert "-

(a) except in the case of an order imposing obligations that are incompatible with the individual's right to liberty under Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention, by the Secretary of State; and

(b) in the case of an order imposing obligations that are or include derogating obligations,"

1B Line 8, after "that" insert "the Secretary of State or (as the case may be)"

1C Line 11, leave out "are" and insert "may include, in particular"

8 Leave out Clause 3 and insert the following new clause-

"Making of control orders

(1) The court may make a control order against an individual if it-

(a) is satisfied on the balance of probabilities that the individual is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) considers that it is necessary, for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, to make a control order imposing obligations on that individual; and

(c) has been informed by the Director of Public Prosecutions that there is no reasonable prospect of a successful prosecution of the individual for the terrorism-related activity.

(2) On an application to the court by the Secretary of State for the making of a control order against an individual, it shall be the duty of the court-

(a) to hold an immediate preliminary hearing to determine whether to make a control order against that individual; and

(b) if it does make such an order against that individual, to give directions for the holding of a full hearing to determine whether to confirm the order (with or without modifications).

(3) The preliminary hearing under subsection (1)(a) may be held-

(a) in the absence of the individual in question;

(b) without his having had notice of the application for the order; and

(c) without his having been given an opportunity (if he was aware of the application) of making any representations to the court;

but this subsection is not to be construed as limiting the matters about which rules of court may be made in relation to that hearing.

(4) At the preliminary hearing, the court may make a control order against the individual in question if it appears to the court-

(a) that there is material which (if not disproved) is capable of being relied on by the court as establishing that the individual is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the imposition of obligations on that individual is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism; and

(c) that if the obligations that there are reasonable grounds for believing should be imposed on the individual are or include derogating obligations of a description set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order, the risk arises out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention.

(5) The obligations that may be imposed by a control order in the period between-

(a) the time when the order is made, and

(b) the time when a final determination is made by the court whether to confirm it,

include any obligations which the court has reasonable grounds for considering are necessary as mentioned in section 1(3).

(6) At the full hearing under subsection (1)(b), the court may-

(a) confirm the control order made by the court; or

(b) revoke the order;

and where the court revokes the order, it may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the order had been quashed.

(7) In confirming a control order, the court-

(a) may modify the obligations imposed by the order; and

(b) where a modification made by the court removes an obligation, may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the removed obligation had been quashed.

(8) At the full hearing, the court may confirm the control order (with or without modifications) only if-

(a) it is satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the controlled person is an individual who is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) it considers that the imposition of obligations on the controlled person is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism; and

(c) if the obligations to be imposed by the order or (as the case may be) by the order as modified are or include derogating obligations of a description set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order, it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention.

(9) It shall be immaterial, for the purposes of determining what obligations may be imposed by a control order made by the court, whether the involvement in terrorism-related activity to be prevented or restricted by the obligations is connected with matters in relation to which the requirements of subsection (4)(a) or (8)(a) were satisfied."

9 After Clause 3, insert the following new clause-

"Duration and renewal of control orders

(1) A non-derogating control order-

(a) has effect for a period of 12 months beginning with the day on which it is made; but

(b) may be renewed on one or more occasions in accordance with this section.

(2) A non-derogating control order must specify when the period for which it is to have effect will end.

(3) The court may renew a non-derogating control order (with or without modifications) for a period of 12 months if it-

(a) considers that it is necessary, for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, for an order imposing obligations on the controlled person to continue in force; and

(b) considers that the obligations to be imposed by the renewed order are necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by that person in terrorism-related activity.

(4) Where the court renews a non-derogating control order, the 12 month period of the renewal begins to run from whichever is the earlier of-

(a) the time when the order would otherwise have ceased to have effect; or

(b) the beginning of the seventh day after the date of renewal.

(5) The instrument renewing a non-derogating control order must specify when the period for which it is renewed will end.

(6) A derogating control order ceases to have effect at the end of the period of 6 months beginning with the day on which it is made unless-

(a) it is previously revoked (whether at the hearing under subsection (1)(b) or otherwise under this Act);

(b) it ceases to have effect under section 5; or

(c) it is renewed.

(7) The court, on an application by the Secretary of State, may renew a derogating control order (with or without modifications) for a period of 6 months from whichever is the earlier of-

(a) the time when the order would otherwise have ceased to have effect; and

(b) the beginning of the seventh day after the date of renewal.

(8) The power of the court to renew a derogating control order is exercisable on as many occasions as the court thinks fit; but, on each occasion, it is exercisable only if-

(a) the court considers that it is necessary, for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, for a derogating control order to continue in force against the controlled person;

(b) it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention;

(c) the derogating obligations that the court considers should continue in force are of a description that continues to be set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order; and

(d) the court considers that the obligations to be imposed by the renewed order are necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by that person in terrorism-related activity."

12 Clause 5, page 6, line 14, leave out subsections (1) to (3)

15 Page 7, line 12, leave out "Secretary of State" and insert "court"

16 After Clause 5, insert the following new clause-

"Criminal investigations after making of control order

(1) This section applies where a control order has been made against an individual if it appears to the Secretary of State-

(a) that the involvement in terrorism-related activity of which that individual is suspected may have involved the commission of an offence relating to terrorism; and

(b) that the commission of that offence would fall to be investigated by a police force.

(2) The Secretary of State must inform the chief officer of the police force that the control order has been made and that this section applies.

(3) It shall then be the duty of the chief officer to secure that the investigation of the individual's conduct with a view to his prosecution for an offence relating to terrorism is kept under review throughout the period during which the control order has effect.

(4) Where he considers it appropriate to do so in performing his duty under subsection (3), the chief officer must consult the relevant prosecuting authority.

(5) In this section-

"chief officer"-

(a) in relation to a police force maintained for a police area in England and Wales, means the chief officer of police of that force;

(b) in relation to a police force maintained under the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (c. 77), means the chief constable of that force;

(c) in relation to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, means the Chief Constable of that Service;

(d) in relation to the Serious Organised Crime Agency, means the Director General of that Agency; and

(e) in relation to the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency, means the Director of that Agency;

"police force" means-

(a) a police force maintained for a police area in England and Wales;

(b) a police force maintained under the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (c. 77);

(c) the Police Service of Northern Ireland;

(d) the Serious Organised Crime Agency; or

(e) the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency;

"relevant prosecuting authority"-

(a) in relation to offences that would be likely to be prosecuted in England and Wales, means the Director of Public Prosecutions;

(b) in relation to offences that would be likely to be prosecuted in Scotland, means the appropriate procurator fiscal;

(c) in relation to offences that would be likely to be prosecuted in Northern Ireland, means the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland.

(6) In relation to times before the Serious Organised Crime Agency begins to carry out its functions, this section is to have effect as if-

(a) the National Crime Squad were a police force; and

(b) references, in relation to that Squad, to its chief officer were references to its Director General.

(7) In subsection (5)-

(a) "the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency" means the organisation known by that name and established under section 36(1)(a)(ii) of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (c. 77); and

(b) "the Director" of that Agency means the person engaged on central service (as defined by section 38(5) of that Act) and for the time being appointed by the Scottish Ministers to exercise control in relation to the activities carried out in the exercise of the Agency's functions."

The Commons agree to this amendment with the following amendments-

16A Line 3, leave out from "where" to "it" in line 4

16B Line 5, leave out second "that" and insert "an"

16C Line 8, after "offence" insert "is being or"

16D Line 9, at end insert-

"( ) Before making, or applying for the making of, a control order against the individual, the Secretary of State must consult the chief officer of the police force about whether there is evidence available that could realistically be used for the purposes of a prosecution of the individual for an offence relating to terrorism."

16E Line 10, at beginning insert "If a control order is made against the individual"

16F Line 11, leave out "this section" and insert "subsection (3)"

16G Line 16, leave out subsection (4) and insert-

"(4A) In carrying out his functions by virtue of this section the chief officer must consult the relevant prosecuting authority, but only, in the case of the performance of his duty under subsection (3), to the extent that he considers it appropriate to do so.

(4B) The requirements of subsection (4A) may be satisfied by consultation that took place wholly or partly before the passing of this Act."

17 Leave out Clause 7

The Commons disagree with the Lords in its amendment but propose the following amendments to the words so restored to the Bill-

17A Page 8, line 33, leave out "made or"

17B Page 8, line 36, leave out "making"

17C Page 9, line 3, leave out subsection (4)

17D Page 9, line 15, leave out second "the" and insert "a"

17E Page 9, line 34, leave out "(4) to" and insert "(5) and"

17F Page 9, line 38, leave out "the order or its renewal" and insert "the renewal of the order"

22 Clause 9, page 11, line 1, leave out "Secretary of State" and insert "court"

23 Page 11, line 1, leave out from "exercise" to end of line 3 and insert "or performance of any power or duty under any of sections (Criminal investigations after making of control order) or for the purposes of or in connection with the exercise or performance of any such power or duty;"

The Commons agree to this amendment with the following amendment-

23A Line 2, after "duty" insert "of his"

28 Page 13, line 14, leave out "make, renew, modify and revoke" and insert "make application to the court for the making, renewing, modification and revoking of"

37 Clause 12, page 14, line 37, leave out subsection (3)

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendments Nos. 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 17, 22, 28 and 37, but propose Amendments Nos. 37A to 37O in lieu.

37A Page 4, line 36, at beginning insert-

"(A1) The Secretary of State may make a control order against an individual if he-

(a) has reasonable grounds for suspecting that the individual is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity; and

(b) considers that it is necessary, for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, to make a control order imposing obligations on that individual.

(A2) The Secretary of State may make a control order against an individual who is for the time being bound by a control order made by the court only if he does so-

(a) after the court has determined that its order should be revoked; but

(b) while the effect of the revocation has been postponed for the purpose of giving the Secretary of State an opportunity to decide whether to exercise his own powers to make a control order against the individual.

(A3) A control order made by the Secretary of State is called a non-derogating control order."

37B Page 5, line 2, leave out second "the" and insert "a"

37C Page 5, line 12, at end insert-

"( ) It shall be immaterial, for the purposes of determining what obligations may be imposed by a control order made by the Secretary of State, whether the involvement in terrorism-related activity to be prevented or restricted by the obligations is connected with matters to which the Secretary of State's grounds for suspicion relate."

37D Page 5, line 12, at end insert the following new Clause-

"Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders

(1) The Secretary of State must not make a non-derogating control order against an individual except where-

(a) having decided that there are grounds to make such an order against that individual, he has applied to the court for permission to make the order and has been granted that permission;

(b) the order contains a statement by the Secretary of State that, in his opinion, the urgency of the case requires the order to be made without such permission; or

(c) the order is made before 14th March 2005 against an individual who, at the time it is made, is an individual in respect of whom a certificate under section 21(1) of the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 (c. 24) is in force.

(2) On an application for permission to make a non-derogating control order against an individual-

(a) the function of the court is to consider whether the Secretary of State's decision that there are grounds to make the order in question against that individual is obviously flawed;

(b) the court may give that permission unless it determines that that decision is obviously flawed; and

(c) if it gives permission, the court must give directions for a hearing in relation to the order as soon as reasonably practicable after it is made.

(3) Where the Secretary of State makes a non-derogating control order against an individual without the permission of the court-

(a) he must immediately refer the order to the court; and

(b) the function of the court on the reference is to consider whether the decision of the Secretary of State to make the order he did was obviously flawed.

(4) The court's consideration on a reference under subsection (3)(a) must begin no more than 7 days after the day on which the control order in question was made.

(5) The court may consider an application for permission under subsection (1)(a) or a reference under subsection (3)(a)-

(a) in the absence of the individual in question;

(b) without his having been notified of the application or reference; and

(c) without his having been given an opportunity (if he was aware of the application or reference) of making any representations to the court;

but this subsection is not to be construed as limiting the matters about which rules of court may be made in relation to the consideration of such an application or reference.

(6) On a reference under subsection (3)(a), the court-

(a) if it determines that the decision of the Secretary of State to make a non-derogating control order against the controlled person was obviously flawed, must quash the order;

(b) if it determines that that decision was not obviously flawed but that a decision of the Secretary of State to impose a particular obligation by that order was obviously flawed, must quash that obligation and (subject to that) confirm the order and give directions for a hearing in relation to the confirmed order; and

(c) in any other case, must confirm the order and give directions for a hearing in relation to the confirmed order.

(7) On a reference under subsection (3)(a), the court may quash a certificate contained in the order for the purposes of subsection (1)(b) if it determines that the Secretary of State's decision that the certificate should be contained in the order was flawed.

(8) The court must ensure that the controlled person is notified of its decision on a reference under subsection (3)(a).

(9) On a hearing in pursuance of directions under subsection (2)(c) or (6)(b) or (c), the function of the court is to determine whether any of the following decisions of the Secretary of State was flawed-

(a) his decision that the requirements of section (A1)(a) and (b) were satisfied for the making of the order; and

(b) his decisions on the imposition of each of the obligations imposed by the order.

(10) In determining-

(a) what constitutes a flawed decision for the purposes of subsection (2), (6) or (7), or

(b) the matters mentioned in subsection (9),

the court must apply the principles applicable on an application for judicial review.

(11) If the court determines, on a hearing in pursuance of directions under subsection (2)(c) or (6)(b) or (c), that a decision of the Secretary of State was flawed, its only powers are-

(a) power to quash the order;

(b) power to quash one or more obligations imposed by the order; and

(c) power to give directions to the Secretary of State for the revocation of the order or for the modification of the obligations it imposes.

(12) In every other case the court must decide that the control order is to continue in force.

(13) If requested to do so by the controlled person, the court must discontinue any hearing in pursuance of directions under subsection (2)(c) or (6)(b) or (c)."

37E Page 5, line 12, at end insert the following new clause-

"Power of court to make derogating control orders

(1) On an application to the court by the Secretary of State for the making of a control order against an individual, it shall be the duty of the court-

(a) to hold an immediate preliminary hearing to determine whether to make a control order imposing obligations that are or include derogating obligations (called a "derogating control order") against that individual; and

(b) if it does make such an order against that individual, to give directions for the holding of a full hearing to determine whether to confirm the order (with or without modifications).

(2) The preliminary hearing under subsection (1)(a) may be held-

(a) in the absence of the individual in question;

(b) without his having had notice of the application for the order; and

(c) without his having been given an opportunity (if he was aware of the application) of making any representations to the court;

but this subsection is not to be construed as limiting the matters about which rules of court may be made in relation to that hearing.

(3) At the preliminary hearing, the court may make a control order against the individual in question if it appears to the court-

(a) that there is material which (if not disproved) is capable of being relied on by the court as establishing that the individual is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the imposition of obligations on that individual is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism;

(c) that the risk arises out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention; and

(d) that the obligations that there are reasonable grounds for believing should be imposed on the individual are or include derogating obligations of a description set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order.

(4) The obligations that may be imposed by a derogating control order in the period between-

(a) the time when the order is made, and

(b) the time when a final determination is made by the court whether to confirm it,

include any obligations which the court has reasonable grounds for considering are necessary as mentioned in section (1C).

(5) At the full hearing under subsection (1)(b), the court may-

(a) confirm the control order made by the court; or

(b) revoke the order;

and where the court revokes the order, it may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the order had been quashed.

(6) In confirming a control order, the court-

(a) may modify the obligations imposed by the order; and

(b) where a modification made by the court removes an obligation, may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the removed obligation had been quashed.

(7) At the full hearing, the court may confirm the control order (with or without modifications) only if-

(a) it is satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the controlled person is an individual who is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) it considers that the imposition of obligations on the controlled person is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism;

(c) it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention; and

(d) the obligations to be imposed by the order or (as the case may be) by the order as modified are or include derogating obligations of a description set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order.

(8) A derogating control order ceases to have effect at the end of the period of 6 months beginning with the day on which it is made unless-

(a) it is previously revoked (whether at the hearing under subsection (1)(b) or otherwise under this Act);

(b) it ceases to have effect under clause

(c) it is renewed.

(9) The court, on an application by the Secretary of State, may renew a derogating control order (with or without modifications) for a period of 6 months from whichever is the earlier of-

(a) the time when the order would otherwise have ceased to have effect; and

(b) the beginning of the seventh day after the date of renewal.

(10) The power of the court to renew a derogating control order is exercisable on as many occasions as the court thinks fit; but, on each occasion, it is exercisable only if-

(a) the court considers that it is necessary, for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, for a derogating control order to continue in force against the controlled person;

(b) it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, a public emergency in respect of which there is a designated derogation from the whole or a part of Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention;

(c) the derogating obligations that the court considers should continue in force are of a description that continues to be set out for the purposes of the designated derogation in the designation order; and

(d) the court considers that the obligations to be imposed by the renewed order are necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by that person in terrorism-related activity.

(11) Where, on an application for the renewal of a derogating control order, it appears to the court-

(a) that the proceedings on the application are unlikely to be completed before the time when the order is due to cease to have effect if not renewed, and

(b) that that is not attributable to an unreasonable delay on the part of the Secretary of State in the making or conduct of the application,

the court may (on one or more occasions) extend the period for which the order is to remain in force for the purpose of keeping it in force until the conclusion of the proceedings.

(12) Where the court exercises its power under subsection (11) and subsequently renews the control order in question, the period of any renewal still runs from the time when the order would have ceased to have effect apart from that subsection.

(13) It shall be immaterial, for the purposes of determining what obligations may be imposed by a control order made by the court, whether the involvement in terrorism-related activity to be prevented or restricted by the obligations is connected with matters in relation to which the requirements of subsection (3)(a) or (7)(a) were satisfied."

37F Page 6, line 14, after "a" insert "non-derogating"

37G Page 6, line 22, after "a" insert "non-derogating"

37H Page 6, line 30, leave out "by virtue of subsection (2)(d), make" and insert "make to the obligations imposed by a control order"

37I Page 6, line 32, leave out from "obligation" to end of line 40 and insert-

"(3A) An application may be made at any time to the court-

(a) by the Secretary of State, or

(b) by the controlled person,

for the revocation of a derogating control order or for the modification of obligations imposed by such an order.

(3B) On such an application, the court may modify the obligations imposed by the derogating control order only where-

(a) the modification consists in the removal or relaxation of an obligation imposed by the order;

(b) the modification has been agreed to by both the controlled person and the Secretary of State; or

(c) the modification is one which the court considers necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by the controlled person in terrorism-related activity.

(3C) The court may not, by any modification of the obligations imposed by a derogating control order, impose any derogating obligation unless-

(a) it considers that the modification is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism; and

(b) it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, the public emergency in respect of which the designated derogation in question has effect.

(3D) If the court at any time determines that a derogating control order needs to be modified so that it no longer imposes derogating obligations, it must revoke the order."

37J Page 6, line 44, after "(2)(d)" insert "or (3B)(c)"

37K Page 7, line 12, after "State" insert "or the court"

37L Page 10, line 27, at end insert-

"( ) No appeal by any person other than the Secretary of State shall lie from any determination-

(a) on an application for permission under (Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders)(1)(a); or

(b) on a reference under section (Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders)(3)(a)."

37M Page 10, line 33, at end insert-

"( ) proceedings on an application for permission under (Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders)(1)(a);

( ) proceedings on a reference under section (Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders)(3)(a);

( ) proceedings on a hearing in pursuance of directions under section (Supervision by court of making of non-derogating control orders)(2)(c) or (6)(b) or (c);"

37N Page 14, line 10, leave out from second "order" to end of line 11 and insert "made by the Secretary of State"

37O Page 14, line 36, at end insert-

"( ) Every power of the Secretary of State or of the court to revoke a control order or to modify the obligations imposed by such an order-

(a) includes power to provide for the revocation or modification to take effect from such time as the Secretary of State or (as the case may be) the court may determine; and

(b) in the case of a revocation by the court (including a revocation in pursuance of section (3D)) includes power to postpone the effect of the revocation either pending an appeal or for the purpose of giving the Secretary of State an opportunity to decide whether to exercise his own powers to make a control order against the individual in question."

moved, as an amendment to Motion A, Amendment A1:

Leave out from "House" to end and insert "Do disagree with the Commons in their Amendments Nos. 1A and 1B to Lords Amendment No. 1, but do agree with the Commons in their Amendment No. 1C to Lords Amendment No. 1; do not insist on its Amendment No. 8 to which the Commons have disagreed but do propose Amendment No. 37P in lieu thereof; do not insist on its Amendment No. 9 to which the Commons have disagreed; do insist on its Amendments Nos. 12, 13, 15, 17, 22, 28 and 37 and do disagree with the Commons in their Amendments Nos. 37A to 37O in lieu of those Lords amendments; do agree with the Commons in their Amendments Nos. 16A to 16G to Lords Amendment No. 16 and their Amendment No. 23A to Lords Amendment No. 23; and do propose Amendments Nos. 37R to 37T as consequential amendments to the Bill".

37Q Leave out Clause 3

37R Insert the following new Clause-

"Power of court to make control orders

(1) On an application to the court by the Secretary of State for the making of a control order against an individual, it shall be the duty of the court-

(a) to hold an immediate preliminary hearing to determine whether to make a control order imposing obligations against that individual; and

(b) if it does make such an order against that individual, to give directions for the holding of a full hearing to determine whether to confirm the order (with or without modifications).

(2) The preliminary hearing under subsection (1)(a) maybe held

(a) in the absence of the individual in question;

(b) without his having had notice of the application for the order; and

(c) without his having been given an opportunity (if he was aware of the application) of making any representations to the court;

but this subsection is not to be construed as limiting the matters about which rules of court may be made in relation to that hearing.

(3) At the preliminary hearing, the court may make a control order against the individual in question if it appears to the court

(a) that there is material which (if not disproved) is capable of being relied on by the court as establishing that the individual is or has been involved in terrorism-related activity;

(b) that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the imposition of obligations on that individual is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism.

(4) The obligations that may be imposed by a control order in the period between

(a) the time when the order is made; and

(b) the time when a final determination is made by the court whether to confirm it; include any obligations which the court has reasonable grounds for considering are necessary as mentioned in section 1(1C).

(5) At the full hearing under subsection (1)(b), the court may - (a) confirm the control order made by the court; or

(b) revoke the order; and where the court revokes the order, it may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the order had been quashed.

(6) In confirming a control order, the court

(a) may modify the obligations imposed by the order; and

(b) where a modification made by the court removed an obligation, may (if it thinks fit) direct that this Act is to have effect as if the removed obligation had been quashed.

(7) At the full hearing, the court may confirm the control order (with or without modifications) only if

(a) it is satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the controlled person is an individual who is or has been involved in terrorism related activity;

(b) it considers that the imposition of obligations on the controlled person is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism; and

(c) it has been informed by the Director of Public Prosecutions that there is no reasonable prospect of a successful prosecution of the individual for the terrorism-related activity.

(8) A control order ceases to have effect at the end of a period of 6 months beginning with the day on which it is made unless -

(a) it is previously revoked (whether at the hearing under subsection (1)(b) or otherwise under this Act);

(b) it ceases to have effect under section 4; or

(c) it is renewed.

(9) The court, on an application, by the Secretary of State, may renew a control order (with or without modifications) for a period of 6 months from whichever is the earlier of-

(a) the time when the order would otherwise have ceased to have effect; and

(b) the beginning of the seventh day after the date of renewal.

(10) The power of the court to renew a control order is exercisable on as many occasions as the court thinks fit; but, on each occasion, it is exercisable only of-

(a) the court-considers that it is necessary, for the purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism, for a control order to continue in force against the controlled person;

(b) the court considers that the obligations to be imposed by the renewed order are necessary for the purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by that person in terrorism related activity; and

(c) the court has been informed by the Director of Public Prosecutions that there is no reasonable prospect of a successful prosecution of the individual for the terrorism-related activity.

(11) Where, on an application for the renewal of a control order, it appears to court-

(a) that the proceedings on the application are unlikely to be completed before the time when the order is due to cease to have effect if not renewed, and

(b) that that is not attributable to an unreasonable delay on the part of the Secretary of State in the making or conduct of the application, the court may (on one or more occasions) extend the period for which the order is to remain in force for the purpose of keeping it in force until the conclusion of the proceedings.

(12) Where the court exercises its power under subsection (11) and subsequently renews the control order in question, the period of any renewal still runs from the time when the order would have ceased to have effect apart from that subsection.

(13) It shall be immaterial, for the purposes of determining what obligations may be imposed by a control order made by the court, whether the involvement in terrorism-related activity to be prevented or restricted by the obligations is connected with matters in relation to which the requirements of subsection (3)(a) or (7)(a) were satisfied."

37S Page 6, line 32, and insert-

"(3A) An application may be made at any time to the court

(a) by the Secretary of State, or

(b) by the controlled person, for the revocation of a control order or for the modification of obligations imposed by such an order.

(3B) On such an application, the court may modify the obligations imposed by the control order only where -

(a) the modification consists in the removal or relaxation of an obligation imposed by the order;

(b) the modification has been agreed to by both the controlled person and the Secretary of State; or

(c) the modification is one which the court considers necessary for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by the controlled person in terrorism-related activity.

(3C) The court may not, by any modification of the obligations imposed by a control order, impose any derogating obligations unless-

(a) it considers 'that the modification is necessary for purposes connected with protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism; and

(b) it appears to the court that the risk is one arising out of, or is associated with, the public emergency in respect of which the designated derogation in question has effect.

(3D) If the court at any time determines that a derogating control order needs to be modified so that it no longer imposes derogating obligations, it must revoke the order."

37T Page 14, line 36, at end insert-

"( ) Every power of the court to revoke a control order or to modify the obligations imposed by such an order

(a) includes power to provide for the revocation or modification to take effect from such time as the court may determine; and

(b) includes power to postpone the effect of the revocation pending an appeal."

On Question, Whether the said amendment (No. A1) shall be agreed to?

Their Lordships divided: Contents, 214; Not-Contents, 125.

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Party Summary

Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.

What is Tell? '+1 tell' means that in addition one member of that party was a teller for that division lobby.

What is Turnout? This is measured against the total membership of the party at the time of the vote.

PartyMajority (Content)Minority (Not-Content)Turnout
Bishop1 04.0%
Con122 (+1 tell) 059.4%
Crossbench29 1022.3%
Independent Labour1 0100.0%
Lab7 113 (+2 tell)60.7%
LDem52 (+1 tell) 076.8%
Total:212 12350.0%

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The Bishop of Southwell and NottinghamBishopaye
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The Bishop of PortsmouthBishopabsent
The Bishop of RochesterBishopabsent
The Bishop of SalisburyBishopabsent
The Bishop of SheffieldBishopabsent
The Bishop of SouthwarkBishopabsent
The Bishop of St AlbansBishopabsent
The Bishop of St Edmundsbury and IpswichBishopabsent
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Baroness Anelay of St JohnsCon (front bench)aye
Lord Ashcroft Conaye
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Lord Baker of DorkingConaye
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The Earl of CaithnessConaye
Lord Campbell of AllowayCon (front bench)aye
Lord Carlisle of BucklowConaye
Lord Carrington Conaye
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Lord Colwyn Conaye
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The Earl of CourtownConaye
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Lord Crickhowell Conaye
Lord Cuckney Conaye
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Lord Denham Conaye
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Lord Eden of WintonConaye
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Lord Freeman Conaye
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Lord Garel-Jones Conaye
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Viscount Goschen Conaye
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Lord Hayhoe Conaye
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Baroness Hogg Conaye
The Earl of HomeConaye
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Lord Howard of RisingConaye
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The Earl of LiverpoolConaye
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Lord Lyell Conaye
Lord MacLaurin of KnebworthConaye
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Lord Mayhew of TwysdenConaye
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Baroness Miller of HendonCon (front bench)aye
Lord Monro of LangholmConaye
The Duke of MontroseCon (front bench)aye
Lord Moore of Lower MarshConaye
Baroness Morris of BoltonConaye
Lord Mowbray and Stourton Conaye
Lord Murton of LindisfarneConaye
Lord Newton of BraintreeConaye
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The Earl of OnslowConaye
Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes Conaye
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Lord Pearson of RannochConaye
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Lord Peyton of YeovilConaye
Lord Pilkington of OxenfordCon (front bench)aye
Baroness Platt of WrittleCon (front bench)aye
Lord Plumb Conaye
Lord Plummer of St MaryleboneConaye
Lord Quinton Conaye
Baroness Rawlings Con (front bench)aye
Lord Renton Conaye
Lord Roberts of ConwyCon (front bench)aye
Lord Rotherwick Con (front bench)aye
Lord Ryder of WensumConaye
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Baroness Seccombe Con (front bench)tellaye
The Earl of SelborneConaye
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Lord Selsdon Conaye
Baroness Sharples Conaye
Lord Shaw of NorthsteadCon (front bench)aye
Lord Soulsby of Swaffham PriorCon (front bench)aye
Lord St John of FawsleyConaye
Lord Stewartby Conaye
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Lord Swinfen Conaye
Baroness Thatcher Conaye
Lord Trefgarne Conaye
Baroness Trumpington Conaye
Lord Tugendhat Conaye
Viscount Ullswater Conaye
Lord Waddington Conaye
Lord Wade of ChorltonConaye
Lord Wakeham Con (front bench)aye
Lord Walker of WorcesterConaye
Baroness Wilcox Con (front bench)aye
Lord Windlesham Conaye
Lord Wolfson Conaye
Lord Alexander of WeedonConabsent
The Earl of ArranConabsent
Viscount Astor Con (front bench)absent
Earl Attlee Con (front bench)absent
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Lord Barber Conabsent
Lord Belstead Conabsent
Lord Biffen Conabsent
Lord Black of CrossharbourConabsent
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Lord Blaker Conabsent
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Lord Blyth of RowingtonConabsent
Lord Bowness Con (front bench)absent
Lord Campbell of CroyConabsent
Baroness Carnegy of LourConabsent
Lord Carr of HadleyConabsent
Lord Cavendish of FurnessConabsent
Lord Chadlington Conabsent
Lord Chilver Conabsent
Lord Cockfield Conabsent
Lord Coe Conabsent
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Baroness Cumberlege Conabsent
Lord Deedes Conabsent
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Lord Gilmour of CraigmillarConabsent
Lord Glenarthur Conabsent
Lord Gray of ContinConabsent
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Lord Heseltine Conabsent
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Lord King of BridgwaterConabsent
Lord Kirkham Conabsent
Lord Laidlaw Conabsent
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Lord Lane of HorsellConabsent
The Earl of LindsayConabsent
Lord Lloyd-Webber Conabsent
Lord Lucas Conabsent
Lord Macfarlane of BearsdenConabsent
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Lord McAlpine of West GreenConabsent
Lord Montagu of BeaulieuConabsent
Lord Moynihan Conabsent
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Lord Northbrook Conabsent
Lord Palumbo Conabsent
Lord Parkinson Conabsent
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Earl Peel Conabsent
Lord Prior Conabsent
Lord Rawlinson of EwellConabsent
Lord Reay Conabsent
Lord Rees Conabsent
Lord Renfrew of KaimsthornConabsent
Lord Renton of Mount HarryCon (front bench)absent
Lord Sainsbury of Preston CandoverConabsent
The Marquess of SalisburyConabsent
Lord Sanderson of BowdenConabsent
Lord Sheppard of DidgemereCon (front bench)absent
The Earl of ShrewsburyConabsent
Lord Skelmersdale Con (front bench)absent
Lord Steinberg Conabsent
Lord Sterling of PlaistowConabsent
Lord Taylor of WarwickConabsent
Lord Tebbit Conabsent
Lord Thomas of GwydirConabsent
Viscount Trenchard Conabsent
Lord Vinson Conabsent
Lord Waldegrave of North HillConabsent
Lord Willoughby de Broke Conabsent
Lord Wolfson of SunningdaleConabsent
Lord Young of GraffhamCon (front bench)absent
Lord Stevens of LudgateConservative Independentabsent
Lord Ackner Crossbenchaye
Viscount Allenby of MegiddoCrossbenchaye
Lord Ampthill Crossbenchaye
Lord Ballyedmond Crossbenchaye
Viscount Bledisloe Crossbenchaye
Lord Bridges Crossbenchaye
Lord Cameron of LochbroomCrossbenchaye
Lord Chorley Crossbenchaye
Lord Cobbold Crossbenchaye
Viscount Craigavon Crossbench (front bench)aye
Lord Dahrendorf Crossbenchaye
Lord Donaldson of LymingtonCrossbenchaye
Baroness Emerton Crossbenchaye
Baroness Finlay of LlandaffCrossbench (front bench)aye
Baroness Greengross Crossbenchaye
Lord Greenway Crossbench (front bench)aye
Baroness Howe of IdlicoteCrossbenchaye
Lord Joffe Crossbenchaye
Lord Lloyd of BerwickCrossbench (front bench)aye
Lord Moore of WolvercoteCrossbenchaye
Lord Moran Crossbenchaye
Baroness O'Neill of BengarveCrossbenchaye
Lady Saltoun of AbernethyCrossbenchaye
The Earl of SandwichCrossbenchaye
Baroness Stern Crossbench (front bench)aye
Viscount Tenby Crossbench (front bench)aye
Lord Walpole Crossbenchaye
Lord Williamson of HortonCrossbench (front bench)aye
Lord Wright of RichmondCrossbench (front bench)aye
Lord Armstrong of IlminsterCrossbenchno
Lord Hannay of ChiswickCrossbench (front bench)no
Lord Kerr of KinlochardCrossbenchno
Lord Kilclooney Crossbenchno
Lord Northbourne Crossbenchno
Lord Palmer Crossbench (front bench)no
Lord Patel Crossbench (front bench)no
Baroness Richardson of CalowCrossbenchno
Lord Vincent of ColeshillCrossbenchno
Viscount Waverley Crossbenchno
Lord Adebowale Crossbenchabsent
Lord Allen of AbbeydaleCrossbenchabsent
Lord Alton of LiverpoolCrossbenchabsent
Earl Baldwin of BewdleyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Barber of TewkesburyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Best Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Bhatia Crossbenchabsent
Lord Bingham of CornhillCrossbenchabsent
Lord Birt Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Boothroyd Crossbenchabsent
Lord Boston of FavershamCrossbenchabsent
Lord Boyce Crossbenchabsent
Lord Brabazon of TaraCrossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Bramall Crossbenchabsent
Lord Bridge of HarwichCrossbenchabsent
Lord Briggs Crossbenchabsent
Lord Brightman Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Broers Crossbench (front bench)absent
Viscount Brookeborough Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Browne-Wilkinson Crossbenchabsent
Lord Browne of MadingleyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Burns Crossbenchabsent
Lord Butler of BrockwellCrossbenchabsent
Lord Cameron of DillingtonCrossbenchabsent
Lord Carey of CliftonCrossbenchabsent
Lord Carswell Crossbenchabsent
Lord Chalfont Crossbenchabsent
Lord Chan Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Chapman Crossbenchabsent
Lord Chitnis Crossbenchabsent
The Marquess of CholmondeleyCrossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Clyde Crossbenchabsent
Viscount Colville of CulrossCrossbenchabsent
Lord Condon Crossbenchabsent
Lord Cooke of IslandreaghCrossbenchabsent
Lord Cooke of ThorndonCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Cox Crossbenchabsent
Lord Craig of RadleyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Croham Crossbenchabsent
Lord Cullen of WhitekirkCrossbenchabsent
Lord Currie of MaryleboneCrossbenchabsent
Baroness D'Souza Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Darcy de Knayth Crossbenchabsent
Lord Dearing Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Dunn Crossbenchabsent
Lord Eames Crossbenchabsent
Lord Elis-Thomas Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Elystan-Morgan Crossbenchabsent
The Earl of ErrollCrossbenchabsent
Lord Fellowes Crossbenchabsent
Lord Flowers Crossbenchabsent
Lord Foster of Thames BankCrossbenchabsent
Lord Freyberg Crossbenchabsent
Lord George Crossbenchabsent
Lord Goff of ChieveleyCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Greenfield Crossbenchabsent
Lord Griffiths Crossbenchabsent
Lord Guthrie of CraigiebankCrossbenchabsent
Lord Habgood Crossbenchabsent
Lord Harris of High CrossCrossbenchabsent
Lord Hoffmann Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Howarth of BrecklandCrossbenchabsent
Lord Hussey of North BradleyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Hutton Crossbenchabsent
Lord Hylton Crossbenchabsent
Lord Imbert Crossbenchabsent
Lord Inge Crossbenchabsent
Lord Jauncey of TullichettleCrossbenchabsent
Lord Kilpatrick of KincraigCrossbenchabsent
Lord Kingsdown Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Knights Crossbenchabsent
Lord Laird Crossbenchabsent
Lord Laming Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Lane Crossbenchabsent
Lord Levene of PortsokenCrossbenchabsent
Lord Lewis of NewnhamCrossbenchabsent
The Earl of ListowelCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Lloyd of HighburyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Luce Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Maginnis of DrumglassCrossbenchabsent
The Countess of MarCrossbenchabsent
Lord Marsh Crossbenchabsent
Lord Marshall of KnightsbridgeCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Masham of IltonCrossbenchabsent
Lord May of OxfordCrossbenchabsent
Lord McCluskey Crossbenchabsent
Baroness McFarlane of LlandaffCrossbenchabsent
Lord Millett Crossbenchabsent
Lord Molyneaux of KilleadCrossbenchabsent
Lord Monson Crossbenchabsent
Lord Moser Crossbench (front bench)absent
Baroness Murphy Crossbenchabsent
Lord Mustill Crossbenchabsent
Lord Neill of BladenCrossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Nicholls of BirkenheadCrossbenchabsent
Lord Nickson Crossbenchabsent
Lord Nolan Crossbenchabsent
The Duke of NorfolkCrossbenchabsent
Lord Oliver of AylmertonCrossbenchabsent
Lord Ouseley Crossbenchabsent
Lord Owen Crossbenchabsent
Lord Oxburgh Crossbenchabsent
Lord Powell of BayswaterCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Prashar Crossbenchabsent
Lord Quirk Crossbenchabsent
Lord Rana Crossbenchabsent
Lord Rees-Mogg Crossbenchabsent
Lord Richardson of DuntisbourneCrossbenchabsent
Lord Rix Crossbenchabsent
Lord Roll of IpsdenCrossbenchabsent
The Earl of RosslynCrossbenchabsent
Lord Saville of NewdigateCrossbenchabsent
Lord Scott of FoscoteCrossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Simon of GlaisdaleCrossbenchabsent
Lord Skidelsky Crossbenchabsent
Viscount Slim Crossbenchabsent
Lord Slynn of HadleyCrossbenchabsent
The Earl of SnowdonCrossbenchabsent
Lord St John of BletsoCrossbenchabsent
Lord Stevenson of CoddenhamCrossbenchabsent
Lord Steyn Crossbenchabsent
Lord Stokes Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Strange Crossbenchabsent
Lord Sutherland of HoundwoodCrossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Tanlaw Crossbenchabsent
Lord Templeman Crossbenchabsent
Lord Thomas of SwynnertonCrossbenchabsent
Lord Tombs Crossbenchabsent
Lord Walton of DetchantCrossbenchabsent
Baroness Warnock Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Weatherill Crossbench (front bench)absent
Lord Weidenfeld Crossbenchabsent
Lord Wilson of DintonCrossbenchabsent
Lord Wilson of TillyornCrossbenchabsent
Lord Woolf Crossbenchabsent
Baroness Young of HornseyCrossbenchabsent
Lord Beaumont of WhitleyGreenabsent
Lord Stoddart of SwindonIndependent Labouraye
Lord Brown of Eaton-under-HeywoodJudgeabsent
Baroness Hale of RichmondJudgeabsent
Lord Hardie Judgeabsent
Lord Hope of CraigheadJudgeabsent
Lord Mackay of DrumadoonJudgeabsent
Lord Phillips of Worth MatraversJudgeabsent
Lord Rodger of EarlsferryJudgeabsent
Lord Walker of GestingthorpeJudgeabsent
Lord Ahmed Labaye
Baroness Cohen of PimlicoLabaye
Lord Judd Lab (minister)aye
Baroness Kennedy of The ShawsLabaye
Baroness Mallalieu Lab (minister)aye
Lord Sheldon Lab (minister)aye
Lord Wedderburn of CharltonLabaye
Lord Acton Labno
Baroness Amos Lab (minister)no
Baroness Andrews Lab (minister)no
Baroness Ashton of UphollandLab (minister)no
Lord Bach Lab (minister)no
Lord Bassam of BrightonLab (minister)no
Lord Bernstein of CraigweilLabno
Lord Bhattacharyya Labno
Baroness Billingham Labno
Baroness Blood Labno
Lord Borrie Labno
Lord Brett Labno
Lord Brooke of AlverthorpeLabno
Lord Brookman Labno
Lord Campbell-Savours Labno
Lord Carter Labno
Lord Christopher Lab (minister)no
Lord Clarke of HampsteadLabno
Lord Clinton-Davis Labno
Lord Corbett of Castle ValeLabno
Baroness Crawley Lab (minister)no
Baroness David Labno
Lord Davies of OldhamLab (minister)tellno
Baroness Dean of Thornton-le-FyldeLabno
Lord Desai Lab (minister)no
Lord Dixon Labno
Lord Drayson Labno
Lord Dubs Lab (minister)no
Lord Evans of ParksideLabno
Lord Evans of Temple GuitingLab (minister)no
Lord Falconer of ThorotonLab (minister)no
Baroness Farrington of RibbletonLab (minister)no
Lord Faulkner of WorcesterLabno
Lord Filkin Lab (minister)no
Lord Fyfe of FairfieldLabno
Baroness Gale Lab (minister)no
Lord Gavron Labno
Baroness Gibson of Market RasenLabno
Lord Giddens Labno
Baroness Golding Labno
Lord Goldsmith Lab (minister)no
Lord Gordon of StrathblaneLabno
Baroness Goudie Labno
Lord Gould of BrookwoodLabno
Baroness Gould of PotternewtonLab (minister)no
Lord Graham of EdmontonLabno
Lord Grocott Lab (minister)tellno
Lord Harris of HaringeyLabno
Lord Harrison Lab (minister)no
Lord Hart of ChiltonLabno
Lord Haskel Labno
Lord Haworth Labno
Baroness Hayman Lab (minister)no
Baroness Hilton of EggardonLabno
Lord Hogg of CumbernauldLabno
Baroness Hollis of HeighamLab (minister)no
Baroness Howells of St DavidsLabno
Lord Hoyle Lab (minister)no
Lord Hughes of WoodsideLabno
Lord Hunt of ChestertonLabno
Lord Hunt of Kings HeathLabno
Lord Janner of BraunstoneLab (minister)no
Lord Jones Labno
Lord Jordan Labno
Lord King of West BromwichLabno
Lord Layard Lab (minister)no
Lord Leitch Labno
Lord Lipsey Labno
Baroness Lockwood Labno
Lord Lofthouse of PontefractLabno
Lord Macdonald of TradestonLab (minister)no
Lord MacKenzie of CulkeinLabno
Lord Mackenzie of FramwellgateLabno
Baroness Massey of DarwenLab (minister)no
Lord Maxton Labno
Lord McIntosh of HaringeyLab (minister)no
Baroness McIntosh of HudnallLabno
Lord McKenzie of LutonLabno
Lord Merlyn-Rees Labno
Lord Mitchell Lab (minister)no
Baroness Morgan of DrefelinLabno
Baroness Morgan of HuytonLabno
Lord Morris of AberavonLabno
Lord Morris of ManchesterLabno
Baroness Nicol Labno
Lord Pendry Labno
Lord Ponsonby of ShulbredeLabno
Lord Radice Lab (minister)no
Baroness Ramsay of CartvaleLabno
Lord Randall of St BudeauxLabno
Baroness Rendell of BaberghLab (minister)no
Lord Richard Labno
Lord Rooker Lab (minister)no
Lord Rosser Labno
Lord Rowlands Labno
Baroness Royall of BlaisdonLabno
Lord Sainsbury of TurvilleLab (minister)no
Lord Sawyer Labno
Baroness Scotland of AsthalLab (minister)no
Lord Sewel Labno
Viscount Simon Lab (minister)no
Lord Stone of BlackheathLabno
Lord Strabolgi Labno
Baroness Symons of Vernham DeanLab (minister)no
Baroness Thornton Labno
Lord Triesman Lab (minister)no
Lord Truscott Labno
Lord Tunnicliffe Labno
Lord Turnberg Lab (minister)no
Baroness Wall of New BarnetLabno
Lord Warner Lab (minister)no
Lord Whitty Lab (minister)no
Lord Williams of ElvelLab (minister)no
Lord Winston Lab (minister)no
Lord Young of Norwood GreenLabno
Lord Alli Lababsent
Lord Archer of SandwellLab (minister)absent
Lord Ashley of StokeLababsent
Lord Attenborough Lababsent
Lord Barnett Lababsent
Lord Berkeley Lababsent
Baroness Blackstone Lababsent
Lord Bragg Lababsent
Lord Brennan Lababsent
Lord Brooks of TremorfaLababsent
Lord Bruce of DoningtonLababsent
Lord Burlison Lababsent
Lord Callaghan of CardiffLababsent
Lord Carter of ColesLababsent
Viscount Chandos Lababsent
Lord Clark of WindermereLababsent
Lord Davies of CoityLab (minister)absent
Lord Donoughue Lababsent
Lord Eatwell Lababsent
Lord Elder Lab (minister)absent
Lord Evans of WatfordLababsent
Lord Ewing of KirkfordLababsent
Baroness Falkender Lababsent
Lord Gilbert Lababsent
Lord Glenamara Lababsent
Lord Grabiner Lababsent
Lord Grantchester Lab (minister)absent
Lord Gregson Lababsent
Lord Griffiths of Burry PortLababsent
Lord Haskins Lababsent
Lord Hattersley Lababsent
Lord Healey Lababsent
Baroness Henig Lababsent
Lord Hollick Lababsent
Lord Howie of TroonLababsent
Lord Irvine of LairgLababsent
Baroness Jay of PaddingtonLababsent
Lord Kinnock Lababsent
Lord Kirkhill Lababsent
Lord Lea of CrondallLab (minister)absent
Lord Levy Lababsent
Lord Mason of BarnsleyLababsent
Lord McCarthy Lababsent
Baroness McDonagh Lababsent
Lord Mishcon Lababsent
Lord Morgan Lab (minister)absent
Lord Northfield Lababsent
Lord Orme Lababsent
Lord Parekh Lababsent
Lord Patel of BlackburnLababsent
Lord Paul Lab (minister)absent
Lord Peston Lababsent
Baroness Pitkeathley Lab (minister)absent
Lord Plant of HighfieldLab (minister)absent
Baroness Prosser Lababsent
Lord Prys-Davies Lababsent
Lord Puttnam Lababsent
Lord Rea Lababsent
Lord Renwick of CliftonLababsent
Lord Robertson of Port EllenLababsent
Lord Rogers of RiversideLababsent
Lord Simon of HighburyLababsent
Baroness Smith of GilmorehillLababsent
Lord Smith of LeighLababsent
Lord Snape Lab (minister)absent
Lord Stallard Lababsent
Lord Taylor of BlackburnLababsent
Lord Temple-Morris Lab (minister)absent
Lord Thomas of MacclesfieldLababsent
Lord Tomlinson Lab (minister)absent
Baroness Turner of CamdenLababsent
Baroness Uddin Lababsent
Lord Varley Lababsent
Baroness Warwick of UndercliffeLababsent
Lord Watson of InvergowrieLababsent
Lord Whaddon Lababsent
Baroness Whitaker Lababsent
Baroness Wilkins Lababsent
Lord Woolmer of LeedsLab (minister)absent
Lord Addington LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Alderdice LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Avebury LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Bonham-Carter of YarnburyLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Bradshaw LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Clement-Jones LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Dholakia LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Dykes LDem (front bench)aye
Viscount Falkland LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Falkner of MargravineLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Fearn LDemaye
Lord Garden LDem (front bench)aye
The Earl of GlasgowLDemaye
Lord Goodhart LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Greaves LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Hamwee LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Harris of RichmondLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Hooson LDemaye
Baroness Linklater of ButterstoneLDemaye
Lord Livsey of TalgarthLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Ludford LDemaye
Lord Mackie of BenshieLDemaye
Lord Maclennan of RogartLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Maddock LDem (front bench)aye
The Earl of Mar and KellieLDem (front bench)aye
Lord McNally LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Michie of GallanachLDemaye
Baroness Miller of Chilthorne DomerLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Neuberger LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Newby LDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Northover LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove BayLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Phillips of SudburyLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Razzall LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Redesdale LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Rennard LDemaye
Lord Roberts of LlandudnoLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Roper LDem (front bench)tellaye
Lord Russell-Johnston LDemaye
Baroness Scott of Needham MarketLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Sharp of GuildfordLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Shutt of GreetlandLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Smith of CliftonLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Taverne LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Thomas of GresfordLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Thomas of WalliswoodLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Thomson of MonifiethLDemaye
Lord Tope LDemaye
Lord Tordoff LDemaye
Lord Vallance of TummelLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Wallace of SaltaireLDem (front bench)aye
Baroness Walmsley LDem (front bench)aye
Lord Watson of RichmondLDem (front bench)aye
Lord Alliance LDemabsent
Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-HamdonLDemabsent
Baroness Barker LDem (front bench)absent
Lord Carlile of BerriewLDemabsent
Lord Ezra LDem (front bench)absent
Lord Holme of CheltenhamLDemabsent
Lord Hutchinson of LullingtonLDemabsent
Lord Jacobs LDemabsent
Lord Lester of Herne HillLDem (front bench)absent
Lord Methuen LDemabsent
Baroness Nicholson of WinterbourneLDemabsent
Lord Rodgers of Quarry BankLDemabsent
Lord Sandberg LDem (front bench)absent
Lord Sharman LDem (front bench)absent
Lord Steel of AikwoodLDemabsent
Baroness Williams of CrosbyLDemabsent
Lord Archer of Weston-Super-MareNon-affiliatedabsent
Baroness Young of Old SconeNon-affiliatedabsent
Lord Blease Otherabsent
Lord Buxton of AlsaOtherabsent
Baroness Delacourt-Smith of AlterynOtherabsent
Baroness Fisher of RednalOtherabsent
Lord Fitt Otherabsent
Lord Forte Otherabsent
Lord Grenfell Other (front bench)absent
Lord Hunt of TanworthOtherabsent
Baroness Jeger Otherabsent
Lord King of WartnabyOtherabsent
Lord Macaulay of BragarOtherabsent
Lord Pym Otherabsent
Lord Simpson of DunkeldOtherabsent
Lord Trotman Otherabsent
Lord Rogan UUPabsent

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