Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill [HL] — Report — 22 Oct 2018 at 15:30
Moved by Lord Rosser
1: Clause 1, page 1, line 19, at end insert-“(4A) The Secretary of State may not make regulations designating an international agreement under section 52 of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (interception in accordance with overseas requests) where that agreement provides for requests to be made by the competent authorities of a country or territory, or of more than one country or territory, in which a person found guilty of a criminal offence may be sentenced to death for the offence under the general criminal law of the country or territory concerned.(4B) Subsection 4A does not apply if the country or territory has, within the international agreement, given assurances that the death penalty will not be imposed in any case in which or in whose preparation electronic data obtained under this Act has been used.”
Moved by Lord Paddick
2: Clause 1, leave out from beginning to “given” in subsection (4B) and insert-“(4A) The Secretary of State may not make regulations designating an international co-operation agreement providing for the use of-(a) section 52 of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (interception in accordance with overseas requests), or(b) any other enactment which provides for the collection of electronic data,unless the condition in subsection 4B is met.(4B) The condition is that the states party to or participating in the international co-operation agreement have”
Ayes 108, Noes 185.
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