Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill — Commons Amendments — Motion D1 (as an amendment to Motion D) — 31 Mar 2022 at 13:17

Moved by Lord Paddick

80J: After Clause 55, insert the following new Clause-“Imposing conditions on public assemblies(1) Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 (imposing conditions on public assemblies) is amended as follows.(2) In subsection (1), after the third “held,” insert “the time at which (but not the date on which) it is to start and conclude,”.(3) After subsection (2) insert-“(2A) For the purposes of subsection (1)(a), the cases in which a public assembly in England and Wales may result in serious disruption to the life of the community include, in particular, where-(a) it may result in a significant delay to the supply of a time- sensitive product to consumers of that product, or(b) it may result in a prolonged disruption of access to any essential goods or any essential service, including, in particular, access to-(i) the supply of money, food, water, energy or fuel,(ii) a system of communication,(iii) a place of worship,(iv) a transport facility,(v) an educational institution, or(vi) a service relating to health.(2B) In subsection (2A)(a) “time-sensitive product” means a product whose value or use to its consumers may be significantly reduced by a delay in the supply of the product to them.”(4) After subsection (10A) (as inserted by section 57(11)) insert-“(11) The Secretary of State may by regulations amend subsection (2A) or (2B) for the purposes of making provision about the meaning for the purposes of this section of serious disruption to the life of the community.(12) Regulations under subsection (11) may, in particular, amend either of those subsections for the purposes of-(a) defining any aspect of that expression for the purposes of this section;(b) giving examples of cases in which a public assembly is or is not to be treated as resulting in serious disruption to the life of the community.(13) Regulations under subsection (11)-(a) are to be made by statutory instrument;(b) may apply only in relation to public assemblies in England and Wales;(c) may make incidental, supplementary, consequential, transitional, transitory or saving provision, including provision which makes consequential amendments to this Part. (14) A statutory instrument containing regulations under subsection(11) may not be made unless a draft of the instrument has been laid before and approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.””

Ayes 163, Noes 151.

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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
Bishop2 08.3%
Con0 13450.2%
Crossbench20 715.1%
DUP0 120.0%
Green2 0100.0%
Independent Labour1 0100.0%
Judge1 227.3%
Lab75 143.2%
LDem56 066.7%
Non-affiliated6 519.3%
UUP0 150.0%
Total:163 15138.9%

Rebel Voters - sorted by name

Lords for which their vote in this division differed from the majority vote of their party. You can see all votes in this division, or every eligible lord who could have voted in this division

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Lord Aberdare Crossbenchno
Lord Brown of Eaton-under-HeywoodJudge (front bench)aye
Viscount Craigavon Crossbenchno
Lord Dannatt Crossbench (front bench)no
Baroness Deech Crossbench (front bench)no
Lord Faulks Non-affiliated (front bench)no
Lord Gadhia Non-affiliatedno
Baroness Hoey Non-affiliatedno
Lord Mawson Crossbench (front bench)no
Lord Morgan Labno
Lord Skidelsky Crossbench (front bench)no
Baroness Stowell of BeestonNon-affiliated (front bench)no
Lord Tyrie Non-affiliated (front bench)no
Baroness Watkins of TavistockCrossbench (front bench)no

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