Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill

Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill

The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act received Royal Assent on 7 April 2005. The Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill had its committee stage in the House of Lords on Tuesday 5 April and its report stage and third reading in the Lords on Wednesday 6 April. The Bill was amended at report stage to include provisions from the Road Safety Bill on roadside evidential breath testing and access […]

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Road Safety and Parking Bill 2005

Traffic Management Bill

Traffic Management Bill

The Traffic Management Bill Received Royal Assent on 22 July 2004. The House of Commons will considered Lords Amendments to the Traffic Management Bill on 15 July 2004 and reinstated the previous amendments removed by the Lords. The Traffic Management Bill received its third reading in the House of Lords on 8 July 2004. Raising the motorway speed limit to 80 mph was discussed but not approved (see PACTS Parliamentary […]

Criminal Justice Act 2003

Criminal Justice Act 2003

The Criminal Justice Bill had its Third Reading in the House of Commons on 17 November 2003.  The issue of Corporate Killing will be debated with New Clauses 11 and 12 tabled by Andrew Dismore MP.  In August 2000, PACTS responded to the government consultation “Reforming the Law on Involuntary Manslaughter”.  A copy of our response is available here.  In its response PACTS supported the introduction of a new offence […]

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Private Members Bill – James Gray, MP ——————————————————————————– First Reading – Wednesday 17 January 2001, House of Commons Second Reading – Friday 9th February 2001. Click here for a link to the Hansard coverage of the debate on 9th February ——————————————————————————– Mr. James Gray presented a Bill to: require local authorities to take measures to safeguard motorists and pedestrians from the effects of snow and ice; to require local authorities […]