To provide that when the High Court makes a preliminary determination that a country with which the UK has signed a trade agreement has committed genocide, that trade agreement is revoked. To enable the regulations to allow an individual to aggregate their income from two or more jobs within a year, in order to qualify for a state pension. If a police officer has reason to believe that a person or persons are carrying firearms he may arrange for the area to be sealed off and searched (people and vehicles). Government defeats … Government suffers two Brexit defeats in House of Lords. To require that the Information Commissioner reports directly to Parliament rather than the Secretary of State. To require the new financial guidance body to advise the Secretary of State on issues of consumer detriment in relation to cold calling regarding financial services and products, and to allow the Secretary of State to institute bans on cold calling. If the current rate of defeats continues, then the government could expect to lose 30-40 votes in the Lords each session – that is 150-200 by the parliament’s end in 2020. To insert an amendment to the motion to annul the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 (Transitional Provisions) Order 2015, adding that the motion should be annulled because it goes against the advice of the Electoral Commission. The government was outvoted in the House of Lords twice this month over the draft law authorising the Prime Minister to trigger Brexit. This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords since the start of the 2014-15 parliamentary session, in reverse order. To require that certain conditions of consultation be met before the Secretary of State may make regulations adding, varying or removing a territory from a list of specified territories for the purposes of the new powers of arrest in the Bill. To introduce an absolute exclusion from detention for pregnant women in immigration cases, rather than a presumptive exclusion, as the law currently allows. Peers vote heavily for negotiating new customs union and limiting ministerial powers . To require that certain categories of tenant, including war widows, foster carers and the severely disabled, be exempt from the under-occupancy penalty on universal credit/housing benefit. do not work properly without it enabled. To replace the clause imposing a deadline for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens currently resident in the UK to apply for settled status, instead giving an automatic right, and ensuring they can receive physical documentation to prove their right of residence. To provide that trade unions with political funds ask new members upon joining whether they wish to contribute to the political fund. To make it a condition of enactment that the government should adopt a negotiating objective to achieve an international agreement enabling the UK to continue to participate in the European Economic Area after exit day. To insert a clause to require the Prime Minister to commission an independent inquiry into the operation of the police complaints system with respect to allegations of corrupt relationships between the police and newspaper organisations. A Labour-led demand for an independent review of how restricting free movement - at the end of the Brexit transition period - would impact social care saw peers defeat the government by 304 votes to 224 - a majority of 80. Parliament has been sidelined, Requiring MPs to vote in person during coronavirus places the institution of parliament at risk. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to produce and to present to parliament a report regarding the effectiveness of the regulatory framework on internet pornography proposed in the bill within 18 months of it coming into force. To allow local housing authorities in England to decide whether or not to charge an increased level of rent for high income tenants of social housing, rather than requiring them to do so. To remove the clause providing for the closure of the renewables obligation (subsidies) for onshore wind generating stations. To require that the Secretary of State's duty to promote the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness be defined as pertaining to both mental and physical illness. The short answer is no; the long answer is more interesting. To remove a clause that would have given UK and devolved ministers powers to implement any international law agreement relating to private international law by regulations. Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Bill. To restrict the grounds on which incitement to religious hatred could be applied. To confine redress investigations to "investigation of the facts of cases and not to consider the issues of liability in tort". To insert a clause requiring parliamentary approval of the outcome of negotiations between the UK and the EU, and specifying the conditions under which the government must follow directions from Parliament in negotiating the UK's relationship with the EU. Paving amendment to require the government to report to both Houses by 31 October 2018 regarding the steps taken to negotiate continued participation of the UK in a customs union with the EU before the European Communities Act 1972 can be repealed. To omit a clause criminalising the "glorification" of terrorism. To ensure that any regulations made towards decriminalising TV licence-fee evasion shall not take effect before 1 April 2017. To insert a clause exempting those making claims related to industrial diseases generally from the obligation to use their damages to pay part of their legal fees. To restrict the scope of regulations that can be made under the bill to the specific list of purposes listed in the bill, rather than leaving the list open, as the bill currently allows. Ongoing research on the strength, legitimacy, influence and membership of the House of Lords, including a record of all defeats in the Lords from 2005 to present. Kate Devlin. To allow all categories of local authorities other than combined mayoral authorities to opt for franchising schemes for buses without seeking permission from the Secretary of State, as the bill currently provides. To regret that the Order specifies that spent convictions and cautions will be disclosed to all future public inquiries, and to call on the government to respect protections afforded to offenders under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (non-fatal motion). To remove all references to "glorification" from the Bill. Below is an overview of these defeats, listed in chronological order. To remove the US from being granted a lower threshold of evidence in order to extradite until the Treaty has been ratified. To clarify that 'involvement' of each parent in the child's life refers to involvement that specifically 'promotes the welfare of the child', and does not refer to 'any particular division of a child's time'. To amend the declaratory definition of parliamentary sovereignty to explicitly refer to the Sewel Convention, that the UK parliament normally legislates on devolved matters only with consent of the devolved legislatures. To insist for the second time that local authorities can make a case to the Secretary of State to retain and spend payments from selling social housing, to cover in each case at least one affordable home outside London, or at least two in London. This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords in the 2012-13 parliamentary session, in reverse order. To require the Secretary of State to make regulations to remove building owners' currently existing rights to change the use of, or to demolish, drinking establishments without seeking planning permission. First reading is the first stage of a Bill's passage through the House of Commons - usually a formality, it takes place without debate. (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill, Brexit: Parliamentary approval of the outcome of negotiations with the European Union, Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration, Non-Contentious Probate (Fees) Order 2018, Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill, Arrangement of Business: Motion to adjourn during pleasure until 5:30pm, Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill [HL], Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill, Haulage Permits and Trailer Registration Bill [HL], Free School Lunches and Milk, and School and Early Years Finance (Amendments Relating to Universal Credit) (England) Regulations 2018, Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [HL], National Health Service (Mandate Requirements) Regulations 2017, Higher Education (Basic Amount) (England) Regulations 2016 and the Higher Education (Higher Amount) (England) Regulations 2016, Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill, Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) (Amendment) Regulations 2017, European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, Renewables Obligation Closure Etc. Members of the House of Lords do this by either questioning ministers (in the chamber or in writing) or requiring ministers to respond to debates on topical issues. To add the threshold above which local authority tenants are regarded as high income tenants to the face of the bill, increasing it to £50,000 a year per household in London, and £40,000 outside London, rather than the £40,000 and £30,000 proposed by the government. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to appoint an Independent Commissioner to monitor the detention and treatment of terrorist suspects including extensions of detention periods. Click within the grid for more detail about a particular defeat. To insist on previous amendment to prevent any female, or male under the age of fifteen, being placed in a secure college. To require that regulations which would add, vary or remove a reference to a territory for the purposes of the exercise of new powers of arrest in the Bill refer to only one territory. To include the lobbying of special advisers within the regulations. If you would like us to do so, please complete our mailing list form and ensure you check the Lords defeats box. To require that the appointment of the Chairman of the Legal Services board is made with the concurrence of the Lord Chief Justice, rather than by the Secretary of State alone. To introduce a limit to the rate by which rent for high income local authority tenants can be increased, specifying that the rent shall not equate to more than 10 pence for each pound of a tenant's income above the minimum income threshold. I voted with the Government against the amendment by Baroness Meacher to continue ESA for young disabled people who have resources of their own to support them and have not contributed to what is… This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords since the start of the 2014-15 parliamentary session, in reverse order. To remove a clause which empowers the Secretary of State, by order, to confer, remove or modify the National Crime Agency's counter-terrorism functions. To omit the "Power of Secretary of State to require Registration" clause from the Bill so that in order to make the scheme compulsory, primary legislation would need to be introduced. To insist on removing powers that would allow ministers to set out the public interest considerations which may allow derogations from the market access principles. To insert a new clause 'Children and Young People' requiring that a clinician with specialist training in child/adolescent mental health shall assess the needs of the child. To specify requirements for the cared-for person to be informed of their rights prior to the authorisation of care arrangements that imply deprivation of liberty, to have access to advocacy services and to be able to request an assessment of arrangements. To remove the power of the Secretary of State to "prescribe" how the whole of the 50% of lottery distribution (going to the Big Lottery Fund) should be spent. To ensure that when making regulations under the amended Pensions Act, the Secretary of State treats open defined benefit pension schemes and closed schemes differently. To require the Lord Chancellor to ensure that the process for appointing the Director of Legal Aid Casework guarantees his or her independence. To provide that new onshore wind development certificates may be issued after the currently proposed termination date of 31 March 2016 if planning permission for wind generating stations or for additional capacity was given on or before 18 June 2015. This article is more than 3 years old. To require that the types of evidence accepted for access to legal aid in domestic abuse cases be widened, and that the expiration period for submission of such evidence be extended. To require that contracted-out providers of probation services ensure that there is no conflict of interest between the services they provide and their own financial interests, particularly with respect to advice given to the courts. To require that until 2010, anyone applying for a passport, can opt to have their name entered in the register and obtain an ID card unless they state that they do not wish to apply. To insist for a third time on previous amendment to extend the provisions of the bill so that it is applicable to those who are held in police custody. To insist on original defeat giving judges the discretion to hear judicial review applications where the interests of the applicant have not been harmed by government conduct, but with the requirement that such discretion be in the public interest. To insist to remove provision criminalising 'careless driving'. Members backed a "regret" amendment by 395 votes to 169, condemning the provocative move by the Government and warning the UK Internal Market Bill "would undermine the rule of law and damage the reputation of the United Kingdom". To prevent any female, or male under the age of fifteen, being placed in a secure college. To allow appeals against a decision by the Office for Students to revoke degree-awarding powers on the grounds that the decision was wrong, rather than that it was based on error of fact, wrong in law, or unreasonable, as the bill states. To insert a clause requiring that a trade agreement with the EU should not create customs arrangements between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland that include physical infrastructure related to, or a requirement for, customs checks or controls related to trade. To require that the establishment of probation trusts cannot be made unless a draft resolution is approved by each House. To insist to require that the appointment of the Chairman of the Legal Services board is made with the concurrence of the Lord Chief Justice, rather than by the Secretary of State alone. Readers have asked us about the significance of these votes, in particular whether the government has to abide by what the Lords have voted for. To insist on previous amendment to ensure that large aerodrome operators shall (not "may") have a duty to monitor noise and to fix charges in respect of aircraft which exceed noise limits. Click within the grid for more detail about a particular defeat. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to publish national guidelines for government agencies establishing procedures for people to find out what fingerprint and sample data is held on them and request that this data is destroyed, To insert a clause to allow a High Court judge acting in capacity as a coroner to have access to intercept evidence in inquests, To insert a clause to require the exercise of planning functions to have regard to the desirability of preserving gardens and urban green spaces, and to ensure that housing targets do not override the protection or preservation of gardens, To delay Community Infrastructure Levy legislation for 60 days and to give both Houses of Parliament the power to approve the regulations rather than just the House of Commons. To ensure that a pension dashboard service does not allow financial transactions to take place through it, and is limited to finding and displaying information. 8) (England and Wales) Order 2007. Home Information Pack (No. To amend government proposals criminalising the distribution of terrorist publications so that the individual commits an offence if he/she "directly or indirectly" encourages acts of terrorism. To delete a clause allowing the Learning and Skills Council in England and Wales to intervene in the running of further education institutions. To insist on previous amendment to limit the period of detention in immigration removal centres without judicial oversight to a maximum of 28 days, or 28 days in aggregate, with possible extension by a court in exceptional circumstances. To require the government within six months to set an interim climate change target for 2030, including the role of agriculture and land use in reducing emissions, followed within 12 months by an implementation strategy. To provide for each of the devolved administrations to appoint a member to the Competition and Markets Authority Board. To ensure that regulations made under the bill do not prevent local planning authorities from requiring pre-commencement conditions that are otherwise in conformity with the existing National Planning Policy Framework. To define civil liability related to unlawful interceptions of communications, allowing victims of unlawful interceptions of both private and public communication networks to claim costs against publishers that are not members of approved regulators. The House of Lords voted in favour of five amendments over two days of debate, leading the new government to its first parliamentary defeats. (non-fatal motion). To reinstate Section 3 of the Equalities Act 2006, which requires the EHRC to discharge its functions "with a view to encouraging and supporting the development of a society" which respects human rights and equal opportunities, To insert a clause adding 'caste' to the list of characteristics covered by the term 'race' in the Equalities Act 2010, To reinstate civil liability in breaches of duty of health and safety regulations, To insert a clause to require that letting and block management agents belong to an ombudsman scheme. To decline to consider the draft Regulations until the government presents a report detailing their response to the analysis of the draft Regulations produced by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, and considering mitigating action. Author: Department of Information Services . To require the Secretary of State to commission and publish an independent assessment of the impact of ending free movement of persons on the social care sector, including the social care workforce. The Constitution Committee’s view on the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011, State Aid (Revocations and Amendments) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, High Speed Rail (West Midlands-Crewe) Bill, Citizens’ Rights (Application Deadline and Temporary Protection) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill, Health Protection (Coronavirus, Local COVID-19 Alert Level) (Very High) (England) Regulations 2020, Civil Procedure (Amendment No. To require the Secretary of State to establish a minimum quota of fishing opportunities for both new entrants to the sector and fishing boats of up to 10 metres in length, which will be reviewed annually with statements laid before parliament, To require the Secretary of State to consult on and establish a ‘national landing requirement’ to ensure that a minimum percentage of fish caught in UK waters by domestic and foreign vessels is landed in UK ports, To amend the definition of the "sustainability objective” in the bill to ensure that short and long term environmental sustainability is not compromised by fishing and aquaculture, and to make sustainability the prime of the eight  objectives in the bill. This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords since the start of the 2016-17 parliamentary session, in reverse order. While holding a majority, governments can generally discount the votes of opposition parties, so long as they can depend on the support of their own MPs. To insist to add a clause specifying that the Act will be subject to post-legislative scrutiny four years after it is passed. To require that analysis of legislation needed to implement a trade agreement be laid with that agreement, that the legislation be enacted before ratification, and that ministers must allow a debate on an agreement if sought by a Committee in either House. To regret that the draft regulations will remove certain economic rights of EU, EEA, Swiss and Turkish nationals in the event of a no-deal Brexit, inlcuding to be self-employed or run their own business without additional restriction (non-fatal). To remove a subsection allowing the Secretary of State to veto the Assembly's request for a referendum. To remove clauses 44, 45, 46 and 47 of the Bill which provide ministers with powers to disapply obligations under the Northern Ireland protocol notwithstanding any relevant domestic or international law to the contrary. To require the Secretary of State to commission and publish a review within 18 months of royal assent of the impact of the Act on the Electronic Communications Code goal of universal access to one gigabit capable broadband for all by 2025. To remove exemptions from receiving legal aid. Session 2019-21: Conservative Government.Number of defeats = 58 (as at 15 December 2020), House of Lords FAQs: Business - Frequently asked questions on the business of the House of Lords including business statistics from the current Session. To urge that a 'no deal' Brexit should be rejected, and to express regret that withdrawal from the EU on the terms of the government's deal would damage the future economic prosperity, internal security and and global influence of the UK. To specify that, in any overseas exchange of electronic data under the bill, assurances must be obtained that the death penalty will not be applied in respect of any offence in which data provided from the UK contributed to securing the conviction. To delete the provision in the bill that defines exit day as 11pm on 29 March 2019, and to specify instead that exit day may be appointed through regulations. To remove the provision for a mandatory legal aid telephone gateway, and to to require that the Lord Chancellor ensure that legal aid recipients may access a variety of forms of aid, including face-to-face talks. To expand the length of time between the first and second Boundary Commission reports in the bill from eight to ten years. First reading of a Bill can take place at any time in a parliamentary session. Access videos, worksheets, lesson plans and games. To extend the issues that ministers must consider when making regulations under the bill that impose sanctions on designated persons or countries, to include promotion of conflict resolution, human rights, democracy and the rule of law. To ensure that large aerodrome operators shall (not "may") have a duty to monitor noise and to fix charges in respect of aircraft which exceed noise limits. To require the Information Commissioner to maintain a register of personal data of national significance that is controlled by public bodies, and to prepare a code of practice setting out practical guidance in relation to such data. To limit the mayor of London to two terms of office. To limit the length of time that EEA or Swiss nationals may be held in immigration detention to 28 days. 4) (Coronavirus) Rules 2020, Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Bill, Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill, Private International Law (Implementation of Agreements) Bill [HL], Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL], European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill, Freedom of Establishment and Free Movement of Services (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill, Courts and Tribunals (Online Procedure) Bill [HL], Children’s Homes etc. To require that the Statistics Board monitors the arrangements for the release of government statistics. To insist to delete a clause allowing the Learning and Skills Council in England and Wales to intervene in the running of further education institutions. To require that the court be satisfied when ordering a closed material procedure that the harm to national security caused by disclosure of material outweighs the public interest in fair and open justice. Statistics and Registration Services Bill, To insist on previous amendment to replace the Treasury's role in relation to the Statistics Board with that of the Cabinet Office but with a commitment to consult the board on the prerelease of statistics. Government dealt string of defeats on post-Brexit immigration bill in Lords. Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill. To delete a clause that reforms conditional cautions to allow punishments, including fines, to be part of the conditions. To insert a clause stipulating that "an apology, an offer of treatment or other redress" will not intrinsically amount to an admission of negligence or breach of statutory duty. Click within the grid for more detail about a particular defeat. To require any report submitted to the Pensions Regulator by the trustees of a collective money purchase pension scheme under the Act to include an assessment of the fairness of the scheme to different cohorts of members. House of Lords defeats government for second time on article 50 bill . To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to make provisions to enable persons under the age of 20 undertaking an apprenticeship to be eligible for child benefits. To insert a clause to require the Secretary of State to provide for a funder of last resort for cases where the Master Trust managing a pension scheme has insufficient funds to meet the costs of winding up the scheme and transferring the rights of members. Produced by Commons Library, Lords Library, and Parliamentary Office Science and Technology. To require that from 1st November 2007 or the commencement of the bill (whichever comes first) men and women can buy an extra nine 'qualifying years' for their state pension. To remove a clause stipulating that harrasment occurs where an individual's dignity is violated or if a hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive atmosphere is created on the grounds of religion or belief. Earlier (1918–1945) large (of a margin of more than 100) defeats of governments were for the first MacDonald government, which suffered defeats by a margin of 166 on 8 October 1924 on the Campbell case , and by a margin of 140 … Paving amendment to specify that retained EU law regarding employment rights, equality, health and safety and environmental standards cannot be amended, repealed or revoked except by primary legislation or by secondary legislation subject to an enhanced scrutiny procedure. To call on the government to ensure that the UK does not leave the EU without a deal, and that sufficient time is provided for the House of Lords to consider legislation necessary to implement any deal that is supported by the House of Commons. To insert a clause giving greater protection to overseas domestic workers, in particular allowing such workers to change employer. To insert a clause conditioning the commencement of the bill on the House of Commons having approved either a resolution regarding a withdrawal agreement with the EU, or a motion approving exiting the EU without a withdrawal agreement. This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords since the start of the 2013-14 parliamentary session, in reverse order. Labour suffered so many defeats partly because at the time the Lords was still dominated by the Conservatives. Your UK Parliament offers free, flexible support for teachers, community groups, and home educators to spark engagement and active citizenship. Government defeats in the House of Lords. To remove the power to make arrangements for the provision of probation services from the Secretary of State and give it to local probation boards and probation trusts. Gambling (Geographical Distribution of Casino Premises Licenses) Order. To not require that an authorised person under the Bill pay the Office of Legal Complaints for the costs of handling a complaint when the complaint is unfounded and the person has handled the matter properly. Read transcripts of debates in both Houses. To add consumer protection to the functions of the financial guidance body established by the bill. You can also view our record of all government defeats in the House of Lords. To insert a clause enabling referendums to undo change to city governance arrangements. The governments of Mr Blair and Gordon Brown suffered more than 450 defeats in the Lords from 1999-2010. Members of the Lords ask the government four questions on any topic it is responsible for and a minister or spokesperson must respond. To insert a clause lowering the age for voting in local government elections from 18 to 16. 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