INDEX

INDEX
STANDING COMMITTEES

SESSION 1991–92

SCOTTISH GRAND COMMITTEE

Page
THE CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS FOR SCOTLAND OF A SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT 1
THE SCOTTISH CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 3

WELSH GRAND COMMITTEE

EDUCATION IN WALES 5
URBAN AND RURAL REGENERATION IN WALES 7

EUROPEAN STANDING COMMITTEE A

ALLOCATION OF SLOTS AT COMMUNITY AIRPORTS 9
CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY 11
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY DOCUMENT NO. 9997/91 ON MILK 13
FITMENT OF SPEED LIMITERS 15
SUGAR AND ISOGLUCOSE 17

EUROPEAN STANDING COMMITTEE B

CHILD CARE 19
DIGNITY OF WOMEN AND MEN AT WORK 21
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY DOCUMENTS NOS. 4173/91, 4174/91 & 4175/91 (THE BERNE CONVENTION) 23
FREE MOVEMENT OF MEDICINAL PRODUCTS 25
INDIRECT TAXATION 27
SATELLITE BROADCASTING STANDARDS 29
TOBACCO PRODUCTS 31

PUBLIC BILL COMMITTEE

CHARITIES BILL [H.L.] 33

THE CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS FOR SCOTLAND OF A SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT

Scottish Grand Committee

C

Campbell, Mr. Menzies:

6, 7.

Committee:

Members attending, 39–40.

Procedure, 2, 14, 28, 29.

D

Dalyell, Mr. Tam:

18, 34.

Darling, Mr. Alistair:

1, 3–4, 30–3.

Dewar, Mr. Donald:

34, 36.

Douglas-Hamilton, Lord James, Under-Secretary of State for Scotland:

33–4, 35, 36, 37, 38.

E

Eadie, Mr. Alex:

22–5.

F

Forsyth, Mr. Michael, Minister of State for Scotland:

1, 2–3, 4–5, 6–9, 10, 11, 25, 31, 33.

Foulkes, Mr. George:

2, 14, 29.

Committee procedure, 14, 29.

Fyfe, Mrs. Maria:

4, 5, 6.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

25–6.

Griffiths, Mr. Nigel:

11.

H

Hood, Mr. Jimmy:

22, 24.

M

McKelvey, Mr. William:

17.

McMaster, Mr. Gordon:

26–8.

Maxton, Mr. John:

2, 4, 5, 6, 9–14, 37–8.

Michie, Mrs. Ray:

17–19.

Monro, Sir Hector:

5, 20–2.

Committee procedure, 14.

R

Reid, Dr. John:

21.

Resolved:

38.

S

Sillars, Mr. Jim:

28–30, 36.

Steel, Rt. Hon. Sir David:

3, 35.

W

Walker, Mr. Bill:

5, 10, 16, 19, 28.

Watson, Mr. Mike:

14, 15–17.

Wilson, Mr. Brian:

1, 2, 3.

Committee procedure, 2.

THE SCOTTISH CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

Scottish Grand Committee

A

Adams, Mrs. Irene:

54–5.

B

Brown, Mr. Ron:

26, 43, 51, 66.

Bruce, Mr. Malcolm:

7, 53, 69–72.

C

Campbell, Mr. Menzies:

19, 25.

Canavan, Mr. Dennis:

44–5, 51.

Clarke, Mr. Thomas:

9, 10, 63–4.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 77–8.

Procedure, 3, 68–9.

D

Dewar, Mr. Donald:

6, 11–13, 14–17, 18–19, 73, 74, 75, 76.

Douglas, Mr. Dick:

28, 62.

E

Ewing, Mr. Harry:

30, 31–3.

Ewing, Mrs. Margaret:

60, 71.

F

Forsyth, Mr. Michael, Minister of State for Scotland:

12.

Foulkes, Mr. George:

22, 24, 28, 73.

Fyfe, Mrs. Maria:

45–8.

G

Galloway, Mr. George:

17, 18, 64–5, 72.

Godman, Dr. Norman:

3, 53, 68.

Committee procedure, 3, 68.

Graham, Mr. Thomas:

21, 42, 66–8.

H

Hood, Mr. Jimmy:

39–40, 52.

Hughes, Mr. Robert:

4.

J

Johnston, Sir Russell:

58.

L

Lang, Rt. Hon. Ian, Secretary of State for Scotland:

3–4, 5–11, 14.

M

McAllion, Mr. John:

61–3.

MacDonald, Mr. Calum:

59, 60, 61.

McFall, Mr. John:

20–1, 48–50.

Maxton, Mr. John:

41.

Monro, Sir Hector:

40–4.

R

Resolved:

76.

Robertson, Mr. George:

9.

Robertson, Mr. John Home:

4–5, 52, 55–7.

S

Salmond, Mr. Alexander:

17–18, 19–20, 21–5, 59–60, 73–4.

Sillars, Mr. Jim:

9, 15.

Smith, Rt. Hon. John:

6.

Steel, Rt. Hon. Sir David:

27, 28, 33–8.

Stewart, Mr. Allan, Under-Secretary of State for Scotland:

6, 13, 30, 72, 73, 74–6.

W

Walker, Mr. Bill:

15, 24, 31, 50–1, 52, 53–4.

Watson, Mr. Mike:

52.

Welsh, Mr. Andrew:

57–9.

Y

Younger, Rt. Hon. George:

25, 26–7, 28–30.

EDUCATION IN WALES

Welsh Grand Committee

A

Anderson, Mr. Donald:

3.

Committee procedure, 3–4, 5.

C

Carlile, Mr. Alex:

8, 30–3, 34.

Committee:

Members attending, 39–40, 71–72.

Procedure, 1–4.

Sittings, 1–4.

D

Divisions:

Committee procedure, 4.

E

Edwards, Mr. Huw:

13, 19, 46–51.

F

Flynn, Mr. Paul:

7, 10, 12, 47.

G

Griffiths, Mr. Win:

20, 56.

Grist, Mr. Ian:

22–5, 27.

H

Hain, Mr. Peter:

55–7, 58.

Howells, Dr. Kim:

5, 8, 17, 30, 44, 53, 57, 60–2.

Committee procedure, 5.

Hunt, Rt. Hon. David, Secretary of State for Wales:

2–3, 4–11, 12–15, 16, 17, 27, 31, 57.

Committee procedure, 2–3, 4, 5.

J

Jones, Mr. Barry:

5, 10, 16–19, 20, 21–2, 52–3, 54–5.

Jones, Mr. Gwilym:

2.

Committee procedure, 2.

Jones, Mr. Ieuan:

1–2, 3, 50.

Committee procedure, 1–2, 3.

Jones, Mr. Martyn:

65.

L

Livsey, Mr. Richard:

13, 14.

M

Meyer, Sir Anthony:

21, 26, 65.

Morgan, Mr. Rhodri:

7, 70–1.

Murphy, Mr. Paul:

10, 11–12, 64–8.

P

Powell, Mr. Ray:

1, 3–4, 16.

Committee procedure, 1, 3–4.

R

Raffan, Mr. Keith:

6, 32, 35, 36–8, 41–6.

Resolved:

72.

Roberts, Rt. Hon. Sir Wyn, Minister of State for Wales:

28, 29, 33, 45, 60, 68–9, 70, 71–2.

Rogers, Mr. Allan:

53–4, 56, 62–3, 64, 69–70.

Rowlands, Mr. Ted:

23, 25–30, 34, 35–6, 43, 63.

S

Smith, Mr. John:

13, 14, 15, 18.

T

Thomas, Mr. Dafydd:

15–16, 34–5, 36.

W

Wardell, Mr. Gareth:

20–1.

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

6, 19–20, 51–2, 61, 63–4.

Williams, Mr. Alan W.:

58–9, 60.

Committee procedure, 5.

Williams, Rt. Hon. Alan J.:

5, 7.

URBAN AND RURAL REGENERATION IN WALES

Welsh Grand Committee

B

Bennett, Mr. Nicholas, Under-Secretary of State for Wales:

19, 33.

C

Carlile, Mr. Alex:

6–7.

Clywd, Ms. Ann:

11–12.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 39–40.

E

Edwards, Mr. Huw:

27–9.

G

Griffiths, Mr. Win:

8–9.

H

Howells, Mr. Geraint:

15.

Hunt, Rt. Hon. David, Secretary of State for Wales:

5–6, 7–8, 9–10, 11, 12–16.

J

Jones, Mr. Barry:

15, 16–21.

Jones, Mr. Gwilym:

4, 21–2.

Jones, Mr. Ieuan:

14.

L

Livsey, Mr. Richard:

29–31.

M

Marek, Dr. John:

4, 10.

Meyer, Sir Anthony:

10, 31–2, 37.

Michael, Mr. Alun:

5, 11, 32–6.

P

Powell, Mr. William:

3–4, 10.

R

Resolved:

40.

Roberts, Rt. Hon. Sir Wyn, Minister of State for Wales:

20, 25, 34, 36–40.

T

Thomas, Mr. Dafydd:

11, 15, 25.

W

Wardell, Mr. Gareth:

22–4.

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

3, 8, 24–7.

Williams, Mr. Alan W.:

11.

ALLOCATION OF SLOTS AT COMMUNITY AIRPORTS

European Standing Committee A

(Wednesday 12 February 1992)

C

Committee:

Members attending, 25–6.

Currie, Mrs. Edwina:

9, 10.

D

Devlin, Mr. Tim:

12, 22.

Dunwoody, Hon. Mrs. Gwynneth:

4, 5–6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15–18, 19, 23, 24, 25–6.

H

Harris, Mr. David:

4, 6, 20–2, 25.

Hayward, Mr. Robert:

3–4, 5, 6, 7, 13, 18, 19–20.

M

McLoughlin, Mr. Patrick, Under-Secretary of State for Transport:

1–3, 4, 5, 6–8, 9–11, 12, 16, 22–5, 26.

O

O'Hara, Mr. Eddie:

4–5, 6, 8.

R

Resolved:

26.

S

Snape, Mr. Peter:

3, 8–9, 12–13, 14–15, 19, 21, 24

CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY

European Standing Committee A

(Wednesday 19 February 1992)

B

Baldry, Mr. Tony, Under-Secretary of State for the Environment:

1–2, 3–4, 5–7, 8–11, 12, 13–18, 29, 30.

Committee procedure, 12.

C

Committee:

Members attending, 33–4.

Procedure, 1, 2, 12, 14.

Currie, Mrs. Edwina:

5, 7, 12, 18, 20, 21–3, 28.

D

Devlin, Mr. Tim:

1.

Committee procedure, 1.

Dunwoody, Hon. Mrs. Gwynneth:

2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 19, 20–1, 23–4, 26.

Committee procedure, 2.

G

Griffiths, Mr. Win:

1, 2, 4, 6, 7–8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18–20, 26, 27, 29, 30.

Committee procedure, 1, 14.

H

Hayward, Mr. Robert:

22.

Heathcoat-Amory, Mr. David, Under-Secretary of State for Energy:

24–7.

M

McMaster, Mr. Gordon:

10, 13, 27–9.

R

Resolved:

30.

T

Taylor, Sir Teddy:

4–5, 6.

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY DOCUMENT NO. 9997/91 ON MILK

European Standing Committee A

(Wednesday 5 February 1992)

C

Committee:

Members attending, 23–4.

Procedure, 16.

Currie, Mrs. Edwina:

5, 9.

D

Devlin, Mr. Tim:

6.

Dunwoody, Hon. Mrs. Gwynneth:

5, 8, 11, 14–15, 16, 19, 22–3.

Committee procedure, 22–3.

H

Harris, Mr. David:

6, 10.

M

Maclean, Mr. David, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

1–7, 8–11, 19, 20, 21–2, 23–4.

Martlew, Mr. Eric:

4, 12–13, 14, 16, 20–1.

N

Nicholson, Miss Emma:

3, 8, 9, 10, 11–12, 13–14, 16–17, 20, 22.

Committee procedure, 16.

O

O'Hara, Mr. Eddie:

7, 17–19.

R

Resolved:

24.

FITMENT OF SPEED LIMITERS

European Standing Committee A

(Wednesday 11 December 1991)

B

Barnes, Mr. Harry:

18, 25, 31.

Committee procedure, 25.

Bevan, Mr. David Gilroy:

15–16, 25–6.

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 29, 31–3, 34, 36.

C

Chope, Mr. Christopher, Under-Secretary of State for Transport:

3–5, 6, 7–9, 10–12, 13, 14–15, 16, 17–18, 35–8.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 37–8.

Procedure, 3, 25.

Currie, Mrs. Edwina:

11, 12–13, 17, 20, 33.

D

Devlin, Mr. Tim:

13, 14, 15, 19, 20.

Dunwoody, Hon. Mrs. Gwynneth:

9, 11.

G

Gill, Mr. Christopher:

15, 17, 27.

H

Harris, Mr. David:

9, 27–8.

Hayward, Mr. Robert:

8, 11, 14, 21–2, 29.

Committee procedure, 25.

Motion made, question proposed, 18; Negatived, 38.

N

Nicholson, Miss Emma:

32.

P

Pike, Mr. Peter:

9, 10, 12, 18–19, 20, 28, 34, 36.

Committee procedure, 3.

R

Ruddock, Mrs. Joan:

5–7, 16–17, 23, 26–7, 28, 29–31, 33, 35, 37, 38.

T

Taylor, Sir Teddy:

9.

W

Waller, Mr. Gary:

8, 13, 20, 22–5, 30.

SUGAR AND ISOGLUCOSE

European Standing Committee A

(Wednesday 4 March 1992)

C

Committee:

Members attending, 33–4.

Procedure, 6, 8, 31, 32.

Curry, Mr. David, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

1–3, 4–8, 9, 10–13, 14–15, 16, 28, 29–32.

D

Devlin, Mr. Tim:

8, 9, 15, 18, 20–1, 27, 28, 31, 32.

Committee procedure, 8, 31, 32.

Dunwoody, Hon. Mrs. Gwynneth:

1, 6, 7, 18–20, 22, 29, 30.

G

Gill, Mr. Christopher:

4, 6, 17–18, 20, 30.

H

Harris, Mr. David:

5.

M

Martlew, Mr. Eric:

4, 15–17

R

Resolved:

32.

S

Spearing, Mr. Nigel:

6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 14, 22, 24–6, 27–8, 31.

Committee procedure, 6, 8.

W

Wiggin, Mr. Jerry:

7, 12, 13, 16, 21–4, 32.

Committee procedure, 32.

CHILD CARE

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 27 November 1991)

A

Armstrong, Ms. Hilary:

3–4, 7, 14–15, 16–19, 20, 23–4, 25, 31.

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

14, 16, 18, 21–3, 24.

Bottomley, Mrs. Virginia, Minister of State for Health:

1–3, 4–7, 8–12, 13–14, 15, 22, 30–2, 33–4.

Burt, Mr. Alistair:

10.

C

Committee:

Members attending, 1–2.

Procedure, 6, 22.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

5, 6, 26–7, 28–9, 32–3.

Committee procedure, 6.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

9, 22, 24, 25–6, 29–30, 31.

Committee procedure, 22.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

7–8, 16.

M

Marlow, Mr. Tony:

25.

Q

Quin, Ms. Joyce:

6, 24, 27–8, 29, 30.

R

Resolved:

34.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

7, 20–1.

T

Tredinnick, Mr. David:

16, 19–20.

DIGNITY OF WOMEN AND MEN AT WORK

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 18 December 1991)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

1, 5, 7, 14, 15, 20–2, 23, 32, 33–4.

Committee procedure, 1, 15.

C

Committee:

Members attending, 35–6.

Procedure, 1, 2, 15.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

6, 12, 15, 26–8.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

11, 20, 23, 28.

Flynn, Mr. Paul:

10–11

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

1, 8, 13, 14, 15, 19, 27, 28–31, 33.

Committee procedure, 1, 2.

H

Heal, Mrs. Sylvia:

7–8, 23–5.

J

Jackson, Mr. Robert, Under-Secretary of State for Employment: 1–5, 6–7, 8–9, 10, 11, 12–16, 17, 31–2, 33, 34–6.

L

Lloyd, Mr. Tony:

2, 5, 16–20, 23, 26, 33.

Q

Quin, Ms. Joyce:

2, 10, 27.

R

Resolved:

36.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

2, 13, 31.

Committee procedure, 2.

W

Wareing, Mr. Robert:

9.

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

7, 11–12.

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY DOCUMENTS NOS. 4173/91, 4174/91 & 4175/91 RELATING TO COPYRIGHT, LENDING RIGHT, RENTAL RIGHT AND ACCESSION OF MEMBER STATES TO THE BERNE CONVENTION

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 20 November 1991)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

7, 10, 14–15, 18, 21–2.

Committee procedure, 10, 18.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 25–6.

Procedure, 10, 18–19, 22.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

9, 20.

E

Emery, Sir Peter:

12, 18, 22–3.

Committee procedure, 18.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

16.

Flynn, Mr. Paul:

8, 10–11, 20–1.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

15, 17, 18–19.

Committee procedure, 18–19.

L

Leigh, Mr. Edward, Under-Secretary of State for Trade and Industry:

3–5, 6–10, 11–14, 15–17, 19, 20, 24.

M

Moonie, Dr. Lewis:

6, 14, 19–20.

Q

Quin, Ms. Joyce:

13, 22, 23–4.

Committee procedure, 22.

R

Resolved:

24.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

17.

T

Tredinnick, Mr. David:

10, 17, 19.

Committee procedure, 10, 19.

W

Waller, Mr. Gary:

12.

FREE MOVEMENT OF MEDICINAL PRODUCTS

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 19 February 1992)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

8–9, 16, 20, 23–5.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 35–6.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

7, 14–15, 26–8, 30.

Dorrell, Mr. Stephen, Under-Secretary of State for Health:

3–8, 9–14, 15–17, 21, 30–1, 32–4.

F

Flynn, Mr. Paul:

11, 28–30, 32.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

10, 21–3, 31, 33.

H

Hinchliffe, Mr. David:

6, 13, 18–21.

Q

Quin, Ms. Joyce:

9.

R

Resolved:

34.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

12.

W

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

8, 15, 17, 25–6

INDIRECT TAXATION

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 2 December 1991)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

4, 11–12, 13, 14, 16, 18–19, 21, 24.

Burt, Mr. Alistair:

9.

C

Committee:

Procedure, 4.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

4, 7, 11, 21–3, 26, 27.

Committee procedure, 4.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

4, 6, 10, 13.

Committee procedure, 4.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

1, 5, 10–11, 12, 13, 17.

M

McKelvey, Mr. William:

8, 19–21.

Marek, Dr. John:

3–4, 9, 14–18, 25–6.

R

Resolved:

28.

S

Shephard, Mrs. Gillian, Minister of State, Treasury:

1–3, 4–6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23–5, 26–7, 28.

Sims, Mr. Roger:

10.

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

1, 8.

W

Wareing, Mr. Robert:

6–7, 15, 24.

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

4, 8, 10.

Committee procedure, 4.

SATELLITE BROADCASTING STANDARDS

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 29 January 1991)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

4, 6–7, 8–9, 18–20, 21, 24.

Committee procedure, 24.

Burt, Mr. Alistair:

5, 17–18.

C

Committee:

Members attending, 25–6.

Procedure, 1, 24.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

1, 6, 24.

Committee procedure, 1, 24.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

4, 8, 13.

G

Gale, Mr. Roger:

7, 10–17.

H

Henderson, Mr. Doug:

4, 9–10.

M

Moonie, Dr. Lewis:

14, 15.

R

Redwood, Mr. John, Minister of State for Trade and Industry:

1–5, 6, 7–8, 9, 20–4.

Resolved:

24.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

5, 8.

TOBACCO PRODUCTS

European Standing Committee B

(Wednesday 5 February 1992)

B

Bottomley, Mr. Peter:

18, 25–7, 28, 33.

Burt, Mr. Alistair:

5, 8, 23, 31–3.

C

Cash, Mr. William:

1, 7, 14, 20, 21–4, 29, 30, 34.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 37–8.

Procedure, 2.

D

Davies, Mr. Quentin:

6, 9, 12, 34–5.

Committee procedure, 2.

Dorrell, Mr. Stephen, Under-Secretary of State for Health:

1, 2–3, 4, 5, 6–7, 8–9, 10–14, 15–16, 24, 28–9, 35–7.

F

Favell, Mr. Tony:

4.

Flynn, Mr. Paul:

2, 7, 10, 11, 14–15, 20–1, 24–5, 33, 36.

Committee procedure, 2.

G

Godman, Dr. Norman:

2, 5, 7–8, 11, 23, 28, 29–31, 32.

Committee procedure, 2.

H

Heal, Mrs. Sylvia:

3–4, 6, 10, 14, 16–20, 22.

N

Negatived,

38.

Q

Quin, Ms. Joyce:

4–5, 8, 13, 22, 33–4.

S

Stevens, Mr. Lewis:

6, 10.

CHARITIES BILL [H.L.]

Public Bill Committee

A

Allen of Abbeydale, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 171.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 101, 103, 104–5, 108, 109, 110, 111–12.

Amendments, 103, 104, 109, 112.

Negatived, 112.

Withdrawn, 104, 108, 112.

Annual reports, 120, 121, 123.

Amendments, 120, 121.

Withdrawn, 121, 123.

Annual statements of accounts, 96–7, 98.

Chairman, thanks to, 280.

Committee procedure, 4.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 22, 26–7, 32–3.

Directions of the Commissioners, 211.

Amendment, 211.

Agreed to, 211.

Dormant bank accounts of charities, 80.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 195, 196–7, 198, 202–3.

Interpretation of Part II, 214, 215, 218.

Amendment, 214.

Withdrawn, 215.

Interpretation of Part III, 246, 254.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 186.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 268.

Power to act for protection of charities, 72–3.

Amendment, 72.

Withdrawn, 73.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 234, 236.

Register of charities, 44.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 55, 58–9, 63–4.

Amendment, 55.

Withdrawn, 59.

Regulations, 264, 265–6.

Amendment, 265.

Withdrawn, 266.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 146–7, 148, 150, 153–4, 155, 156, 157, 165–6.

Amendment, 146.

Withdrawn, 150.

Role of charity commissioners, 11, 15.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 176, 178.

Astor, Viscount:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 113–14, 115.

Applications for permits to conduct charitable collections, 258.

Cancellation of payments made to professional fund-raisers, 239–40, 241.

Duty to keep accounting records, 81, 82–3, 84–5.

Interpretation of Part II, 220–1, 222, 223, 224.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 268–9.

Person acting as charity trustee while disqualified, 184.

Amendment, 184.

Agreed to, 184.

Power to act for protection of charities, 73–4.

Amendments, 73, 74.

Agreed to, 74.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230–1, 232, 233–4, 236–7, 238, 239.

Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation, 255, 256, 257.

Public inspection of annual reports etc., 130–1.

Refusals to issue permits, 259, 260.

Register of charities, 35, 36, 43, 44.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 53, 54, 55–6, 57, 58, 59, 60–1, 63, 65–6.

Regulations, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267.

Small charities: power to spend capital, 182, 183.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 206–7, 208.

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Beaumont of Whitley, Lord:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 102–3.

Cancellation of payments made to professional fund-raisers, 240.

Amendment, 240.

Agreed to, 240.

Duty to keep accounting records, 84.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230, 237, 238.

Amendments, 230, 238.

Agreed to, 238.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 149.

Bill:

Reported, as amended, 280.

Brightman, Lord:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 99, 103, 104, 105, 107.

Amendment, 99.

Withdrawn, 103.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 24, 29.

Dormant bank accounts of charities, 77, 78, 79, 80.

Amendment, 77.

Withdrawn, 80.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 200.

General power to institute inquiries, 68.

Amendment, 68.

Agreed to. 69.

Interpretation of Part II, 214, 218, 223–4.

Interpretation of Part III, 252–3, 254.

Amendment, 252.

Withdrawn, 254.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 187, 188.

Power to act for protection of charities, 74, 75, 277.

Amendment, 74.

Agreed to, 75.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230.

Register of charities, 43, 44, 47–8.

Amendment, 43.

Withdrawn, 44.

Small charities: power to spend capital, 183.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 127.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 207.

C

Chairman:

Thanks to, 278–80.

Clause 1:

Agreed to, 7.

Clause 2:

(Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc.): 20–33.

Amendment, 20.

Withdrawn, 26.

Clause disagreed to, 33.

Clause 3:

(Register of charities): 33–52.

Amendments, 33, 36, 43, 44, 45.

Withdrawn, 36, 39, 44, 45, 52.

Clause agreed to, 52.

Clause 4:

(Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc.): 52–66.

Amendments, 52, 55, 59, 65.

Withdrawn, 54, 59, 64, 66.

Clause agreed to, 66.

Clause 5:

(Power of Commissioners to require charity's name to he changed): 66–7.

Amendment, 66.

Withdrawn, 67.

Clause agreed to, 67.

Clause 6:

Agreed to, 67.

Clause 7:

(General power to institute inquiries): 68–9.

Amendment, 68.

Agreed to, 69.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 69.

Clause 8:

69–72.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 69; Agreed to, 72.

Clause 9:

(Power to act for protection of charities): 72–5.

Amendments, 72, 73, 74.

Agreed to, 74, 75.

Withdrawn, 73.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 75.

Clause 10:

(Supplementary provisions relating to receiver and manager appointed for a charity):

75–6.

Amendment, 76.

Withdrawn, 76.

Clause agreed to, 76.

Clauses 11 to 18:

Agreed to, 77.

Clause 19:

(Dormant bank accounts of charities): 77–80.

Amendment, 77.

Withdrawn, 80.

Clause agreed to, 80.

Clause 20:

(Duty to keep accounting records): 80–8.

Amendments, 80, 84, 86.

Withdrawn, 84, 86, 88.

Clause agreed to, 88.

Clause 21:

(Annual statements of accounts): 91–9.

Amendments, 91, 98.

Negatived, 98.

Withdrawn, 99.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill; Agreed to, 99.

Clause 22:

(Annual audit or examination of charity accounts): 99–117.

Amendments, 99, 103, 104, 108, 109, 112.

Negatived, 112.

Withdrawn, 103, 104, 108, 112.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 116; Agreed to, 117.

Clause 23:

(Supplementary provisions relating to audits etc.): 117–20.

Amendments, 117, 118.

Withdrawn, 118, 120.

Clause agreed to, 120.

Clause 24:

(Annual reports): 120–3.

Amendments, 120, 121.

Withdrawn, 121, 123.

Clause agreed to, 123.

Clause 25:

(Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities): 123–9.

Amendment, 123.

Negatived, 129.

Clause agreed to, 129.

Clause 26:

(Public inspection of annual reports etc.): 129–32.

Amendment, 129.

Withdrawn, 132.

Clause agreed to, 132.

Clause 27:

(Annual return by registered charities): 135–7.

Amendment, 135.

Withdrawn, 136.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 136; Agreed to, 137.

Clause 28:

(Offences): 137–43.

Amendment, 137.

Withdrawn, 143.

Clause agreed to, 143.

Clause 29:

(Power of Commissioners to bring proceedings with respect to charities): 143.

Clause agreed to, 143.

Clause 30:

(Divestment of charity property held by official custodian for charities): 143–6.

Amendments, 143, 145.

Withdrawn, 145, 146.

Clause agreed to, 146.

Clauses 31 and 32:

Agreed to, 146.

Clause 33:

(Restrictions on dispositions of charity land): 146–66.

Amendments, 146, 150, 158, 164.

Negatived, 165.

Withdrawn, 150, 158, 164.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 165; Agreed to, 166.

Clause 34:

Agreed to, 166.

Clause 35:

(Restrictions on charging charity property): 166.

Clause agreed to, 166.

Clause 36:

(Removal of requirements under statutory provisions for consent to dealings with charity land): 166–9.

Amendment, 166.

Withdrawn, 169.

Clause agreed to, 169.

Clause 37:

Agreed to, 169.

Clauses 38 to 40:

Agreed to, 175.

Clause 41:

(Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc.): 175–82.

Amendment, 175.

Withdrawn, 178.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 181; Agreed to, 182.

Clause 42:

(Small charities: power to spend capital): 182–4.

Amendment, 182.

Withdrawn, 184.

Clause agreed to, 184.

Clause 43:

Agreed to, 184.

Clause 44:

(Person acting as charity trustee while disqualified): 184.

Amendment, 184.

Agreed to, 184.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 184.

Clause 45:

(Minor and consequential amendments of 1960 Act): 193–4.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 193; Agreed to, 194.

Clauses 46 and 47:

Agreed to, 194.

Clause 48:

(Contributions towards maintenance etc. of almshouses): 194–5.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 194; Agreed to, 195.

Clause 49:

(Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners): 195–204.

Amendment, 195.

Agreed to, 196.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 196; Agreed to, 204.

Clauses 50 and 51:

Agreed to, 204.

Clause 52:

(Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc.): 204–9.

Amendment, 204.

Withdrawn, 209.

Clause agreed to, 209.

Clause 53:

(Restriction on institution of proceedings for certain offences): 209–11.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 209; Agreed to, 211.

Clause 54:

Agreed to, 211.

Clause 55:

(Directions of the Commissioners): 211.

Amendment, 211.

Agreed to, 211.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 211.

Clause 56:

(Interpretation of Part II): 214–24.

Amendments, 214, 215, 220, 221.

Withdrawn, 215, 220, 221.

Question that clause stand part of the Bill, 221; Agreed to, 224.

Clause 57:

(Prohibition on professional fund-raiser etc. raising funds for charity without an agreement in prescribed form): 224–6.

Amendment, 224.

Withdrawn, 225.

Clause agreed to, 226.

Clause 58:

(Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration): 229–39.

Amendments, 229, 230, 238.

Agreed to, 238.

Withdrawn, 230, 239.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 239.

Clause 59:

(Cancellation of payments made to professional fund-raisers): 239–41.

Amendments, 239, 240.

Agreed to, 240.

Withdrawn, 240.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 241.

Clause 60:

(Right of charitable institution to prevent unauthorised fund-raising): 241.

Amendment, 241.

Withdrawn, 241.

Clause agreed to, 241.

Clause 61:

Agreed to, 241.

Clause 62:

(Regulations about fund-raising): 241–3.

Amendment, 241.

Withdrawn, 243.

Clause agreed to, 243.

Clause 63:

(Interpretation of Part III): 243–5.

Amendments, 243, 245, 250, 252, 254.

Agreed to, 245, 250.

Withdrawn, 250, 252, 254.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 255.

Clause 64:

(Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation): 255–7.

Amendment, 255.

Withdrawn, 257.

Clause agreed to, 257.

Clause 65:

(Applications for permits to conduct charitable collections): 257–8.

Amendments, 257, 258.

Agreed to, 258.

Withdrawn, 258.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 258.

Clause 66:

(Determination of applications and issue of permits): 258–9.

Amendment, 258.

Withdrawn, 259.

Clause agreed to, 259.

Clause 67:

(Refusals to issue permits): 259–60.

Agreed to, 260.

Withdrawn, 260.

Clause, as amended, agreed to, 260.

Clauses 68 and 69:

Agreed to, 260.

Clause 70:

(Orders made by Charity Commissioners): 260–3.

Amendments, 260, 261.

Withdrawn, 261, 263.

Clause agreed to, 263.

Clause 71:

(Regulations): 263–7.

Amendments, 263, 265.

Withdrawn, 263, 265, 266.

Clause agreed to, 267.

Clause 72:

(Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection): 267–71.

Amendments, 267, 271.

Agreed to, 267, 270.

Withdrawn, 271.

Clause agreed to, 271.

Clauses 74 to 76:

Agreed to, 271.

Clause 77:

(Short title, commencement and extent): 272–4.

Amendment, 272.

Withdrawn, 274.

Clause agreed to, 274.

Clauses, New:

(Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961): 169–74.

Clause agreed to, 174.

(Limitation of liability of trustees): 184–93.

Clause agreed to, 193.

(Powers to delegate trustees powers): 175.

Clause agreed to, 175.

(Regulations for investment of property of charity): 175.

Clause agreed to, 175.

(Relief for small charities): 211–13.

Clause withdrawn, 213.

(Role of charity commissioners): 7–20.

Amendment, 7.

Withdrawn, 20.

Clause withdrawn, 20.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Procedure, 3–7.

Congleton, Lord:

Limitation of liability of trustees, 190.

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Denton of Wakefield, Baroness:

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 202.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 235.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 57.

Role of charity commissioners, 17.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 176.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 204–6.

Divisions:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 174.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 112.

Annual statements of accounts, 98.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 33.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 204.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 193.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 238.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 129.

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Faithfull, Baroness:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 103.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 31.

Duty to keep accounting records, 82.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 186.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 268.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230.

Register of charities, 47.

Regulations, 265.

Role of charity commissioners, 14–15.

Small charities: power to spend capital, 182, 183.

Amendment, 182.

Withdrawn, 184.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 128.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 205.

Ferrers, Earl, Minister of State, Home Office:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 170–1, 173–4.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 101, 102, 103–4, 106, 107, 108–9, 110, 1ll, 116.

Annual reports, 120, 121–2, 123.

Annual return by registered charities, 135–6, 137.

Annual statements of accounts, 92–3, 95–6, 98, 99.

Applications for permits to conduct charitable collections, 257.

Chairman, thanks to, 280.

Clause 8, 71, 72.

Committee procedure, 5, 7.

Contributions towards maintenance etc. of almshouses, 194–5.

Determination of applications and issue of permits, 259.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 22–6, 31–2, 33.

Directions of the Commissioners, 211.

Divestment of charity property held by official custodian for charities, 144–5, 146.

Dormant bank accounts of charities, 77–9, 80.

Duty to keep accounting records, 85–6, 87–8.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 195–6, 199–200, 201, 203.

Amendment, 195.

Agreed to, 196.

General power to institute inquiries, 68–9.

Interpretation of Part II, 214, 218–20.

Interpretation of Part III, 243–4, 245, 246–7, 248, 250, 251, 253–4, 255.

Amendments, 243, 250, 254.

Agreed to, 245, 250.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 188–90, 191, 192.

Minor and consequential amendments, 277–8.

Amendment, 277.

Agreed to, 278.

Minor and consequential amendments of 1960 Act, 194.

Offences, 138, 140, 142, 143.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 267, 270, 271.

Amendment, 267.

Agreed to, 267.

Orders made by Charity Commissioners, 260–1, 262.

Power of Commissioners to require charity's name to be changed, 66–7.

Power to act for protection of charities, 73, 75, 276–7.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 229, 238–9.

Prohibition on professional fund-raiser etc. raising funds for charity without an agreement in prescribed form, 224–5.

Refusals to issue permits, 260.

Amendment, 260.

Agreed to, 260.

Register of charities, 34, 37–8, 44, 49–50, 51, 52.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 64.

Regulations about fund-raising, 242, 243.

Relief for small charities, 212, 213.

Removal of requirements under statutory provisions for consent to dealings with charity land, 167–9.

Restriction on institution of proceedings for certain offences, 209–10.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 147–8, 149–50, 152, 153, 154–6, 158, 160–1, 163–4, 165, 166.

Right of charitable institution to prevent unauthorised fund-raising, 241.

Role of charity commissioners, 12–13, 17–18.

Short title, commencement and extent, 272–3, 274.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 181.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 125–6, 127–8.

Supplementary provisions relating to audits etc., 117–18, 119–20.

Supplementary provisions relating to receiver and manager appointed for a charity, 76.

H

Harris of Greenwich, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 169–70, 174.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 103, 105–6, 107.

Annual reports, 122.

Annual statements of accounts, 94.

Chairman, thanks to, 279–80.

Committee procedure, 5.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 28–9.

Duty to keep accounting records, 83, 85.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 197, 200–1.

General power to institute inquiries, 68. Interpretation of Part III, 246, 247, 248–9.

Offences, 139, 142–3.

Orders made by Charity Commissioners, 262.

Powers to delegate trustees powers, 175.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230, 233, 235.

Register of charities, 34, 48.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 61, 62.

Regulations about fund-raising, 242.

Regulations for investment of property of charity, 175.

Relief for small charities, 213.

Restriction on institution of proceedings for certain offences, 210.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 158, 163, 164, 165.

Amendment, 158.

Withdrawn, 164.

Role of charity commissioners, 15–16.

Short title, commencement and extent, 272, 273–4.

Amendment, 272.

Withdrawn, 274.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 176.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 123–4, 128.

Amendment, 123.

Negatived, 129.

Hilton of Eggardon, Baroness:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 114–15.

Annual reports, 122, 123.

Annual statements of accounts, 96.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 269.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 234.

Register of charities, 48.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 205.

Houghton of Sowerby, Lord:

Cancellation of payments made to professional fund-raisers, 240.

Clause 8, 69–71.

Committee procedure, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 29–31.

Duty to keep accounting records, 88.

Interpretation of Part III, 246.

Offences, 138–9.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 237.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 162–3.

Role of charity commissioners, 16–17.

I

Ironside, Lord:

Power of Commissioners to require charity's name to be changed, 66, 67.

Amendment, 66.

Withdrawn, 67.

Register of charities, 33–5, 36.

Amendment, 33.

Withdrawn, 36.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 58.

M

Morris of Castle Morris, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 172.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 100–1, 106, 110, 113.

Annual return by registered charities, 137.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 21.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 197–8.

Interpretation of Part II, 218, 223.

Interpretation of Part III, 251.

Offences, 141.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 230, 232.

Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation, 257.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 148–9, 152, 154, 159.

Role of charity commissioners, 15.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 204, 206, 208.

Amendment, 204.

Withdrawn, 209.

Mottistone, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 172.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 113.

Committee procedure, 6–7.

Duty to keep accounting records, 83, 87.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 198.

Interpretation of Part II, 216–17.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 188.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 233, 234.

Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation, 255–6.

Register of charities, 35, 48–9.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 61, 62, 63.

Restriction on institution of proceedings for certain offences, 211.

Role of charity commissioners, 9, 10.

Mountgarret, Viscount:

Annual return by registered charities, 135, 136.

Amendment, 135.

Withdrawn, 136.

Annual statements of accounts, 91–2, 97–8.

Amendment, 91.

Negatived, 98.

Offences, 141.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 158–9, 161, 164–5.

Amendment, 164.

Negatived, 165.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 124–5.

Murton of Lindisfarne, Lord:

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 178.

P

Peyton of Yeovil, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 170, 172, 173.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 106, 107.

Annual statements of accounts, 94.

Committee procedure, 4.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 22, 28.

Divestment of charity property held by official custodian for charities, 144.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 198–9.

Interpretation of Part II, 217–18.

Interpretation of Part III, 244–5, 252, 253.

Power to act for protection of charities, 75.

Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation, 256.

Public inspection of annual reports etc., 129–30.

Register of charities, 45–7, 51–2.

Amendment, 45.

Withdrawn, 52.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 56, 57.

Relief for small charities, 212–13.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 147, 156–7.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 181–2.

R

Renton, Lord:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 110, 112–13, 114, 116–17.

Annual statements of accounts, 94, 97.

Applications for permits to conduct charitable collections, 258.

Amendment, 258.

Withdrawn, 258.

Committee procedure, 5–6.

Contributions towards maintenance etc. of almshouses, 195.

Determination of applications and issue of permits, 258, 259.

Amendment, 258.

Withdrawn, 259.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 22, 27–8.

Divestment of charity property held by official custodian for charities, 143–4, 145, 146.

Amendments, 143, 145.

Withdrawn, 145, 146.

General power to institute inquiries, 68.

Interpretation of Part III, 245, 247–8, 254–5.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 187.

Minor and consequential amendments, 278.

Offences, 138.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 267, 269–70, 271.

Amendment, 271.

Withdrawn, 271.

Power of Commissioners to require charity's name to be changed, 67.

Power to act for protection of charities, 74–5, 277.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 232, 235–6.

Register of charities, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 50–1.

Amendment, 44.

Withdrawn, 45.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 58, 64, 65, 66.

Amendment, 65.

Withdrawn, 66.

Regulations, 263, 265.

Removal of requirements under statutory provisions for consent to dealings with charity land, 166–7, 169.

Amendment, 166.

Withdrawn, 169.

Restriction on institution of proceedings for certain offences, 209, 210, 211.

Right of charitable institution to prevent unauthorised fund-raising, 241.

Amendment, 241.

Withdrawn, 241.

Role of charity commissioners, 10–12, 14.

Small charities: power to transfer all property, modify objects etc., 175–6, 177–8.

Amendment, 175.

Withdrawn, 178.

Supplementary provisions relating to receiver and manager appointed for a charity, 76.

Amendment, 76.

Withdrawn, 76.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 207.

Richard, Lord:

Amendment of Trustee Investments Act 1961, 172–3.

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 99–100, 101, 111.

Annual reports, 121, 122, 123.

Annual return by registered charities, 136–7.

Annual statements of accounts, 92, 94–5.

Chairman, thanks to, 278–9.

Clause 8, 71–2.

Committee procedure, 5.

Determination of status of institution's purposes by reference to its activities etc., 20–1, 25, 26.

Amendment, 20.

Withdrawn, 26.

Divestment of charity property held by official custodian for charities, 146.

Dormant bank accounts of charities, 79.

Duty to keep accounting records, 81–2, 84, 85, 86.

Amendment, 84.

Withdrawn, 86.

Fees and other amounts payable to Commissioners, 196.

Interpretation of Part II, 222–3.

Interpretation of Part III, 244, 249.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 187–8, 190, 191–2.

Minor and consequential amendments of 1960 Act, 193–4.

Offences, 137–8, 139–40, 141–2, 143.

Amendment, 137.

Withdrawn, 143.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 269.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 231–2, 235, 236.

Amendment, 238.

Withdrawn, 239.

Register of charities, 35–7, 38–9, 48.

Amendment, 36.

Withdrawn, 39.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 52–3, 54, 57, 59–60, 61–2, 63, 64.

Amendments, 52, 59.

Withdrawn, 54, 64.

Regulations, 266–7.

Regulations about fund-raising, 242–3.

Relief for small charities, 211–12, 213.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 150, 161–2, 164.

Role of charity commissioners, 13–14.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 126–7.

Supplementary provisions relating to receiver and manager appointed for a charity, 76.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 205, 207–8.

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St. Davids, Viscount:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 111.

Orders made by Charity Commissioners, 260, 261.

Amendment, 260.

Withdrawn, 261.

Supplementary provisions relating to audits etc., 118–19, 120.

Amendment, 188.

Withdrawn, 120.

Schedule, New:

(Power to act for protection of charities): 274–7.

Schedule agreed to, 277.

Schedule 1:

(Meaning of "connected person" for purposes of section 33(2)): 277.

Schedule agreed to, 277.

Schedules 2 to 4:

Agreed to, 277.

Schedule 5:

(Minor and consequential amendments): 277–8.

Amendment, 277.

Agreed to, 278.

Schedule, as amended, agreed to, 278.

Schedule 6:

(Repeals): 278.

Schedule agreed to, 278.

Swinfen, Lord:

Annual audit or examination of charity accounts, 102, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109–10, 113, 115.

Amendment, 108.

Withdrawn, 109.

Annual statements of accounts, 92, 93–4, 96, 98, 99.

Amendment, 98.

Withdrawn, 99.

Applications for permits to conduct charitable collections, 257.

Amendment, 257.

Agreed to, 258.

Cancellation of payments made to professional fund-raisers, 239, 240.

Amendment, 239.

Withdrawn, 240.

Contributions towards maintenance etc. of almshouses, 194.

Duty to keep accounting records, 80–1, 83–4, 86, 88.

Amendments, 80, 86.

Withdrawn, 84, 88.

Interpretation of Part II, 215–16, 220, 221–2, 224.

Amendments, 215, 220, 221.

Withdrawn, 220, 221.

Interpretation of Part III, 245–6, 247, 250.

Amendment, 245.

Withdrawn, 250.

Offences in connection with the conduct of a collection, 267–8, 269, 270.

Amendment, 267.

Agreed to, 270.

Orders made by Charity Commissioners, 261–2, 263.

Amendment, 261.

Withdrawn, 261, 263.

Professional fund-raisers etc. required to specify institutions benefiting and arrangements for remuneration, 229–30, 233.

Amendment, 229.

Withdrawn, 230.

Prohibition on conducting public charitable collections without authorisation, 255, 256.

Amendment, 255.

Withdrawn, 257.

Prohibition on professional fund-raiser etc. raising funds for charity without an agreement in prescribed form, 224, 225.

Amendment, 224.

Withdrawn, 225.

Public inspection of annual reports etc., 129, 130, 131.

Amendment, 129.

Withdrawn, 132.

Refusals to issue permits, 259, 260.

Amendment, 259.

Withdrawn, 260.

Register of charities, 37, 49.

Registered charity's status to appear on official publications etc., 53–4, 56, 57, 59, 63, 64–5.

Regulations, 263–5, 266.

Amendments, 263, 265.

Withdrawn, 263, 265.

Regulations about fund-raising, 241–2, 243.

Amendment, 241.

Withdrawn, 243.

Repeals, 278.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 149, 166.

Special provision as respects accounts and annual reports of exempt and other exempted charities, 129.

Supplementary provisions relating to audits etc., 117, 118.

Amendment, 117.

Withdrawn, 118.

Supply of false or misleading information to Commissioners, etc., 205.

W

Worcester, Lord Bishop of:

Interpretation of Part III, 250–1, 252.

Amendment, 250.

Withdrawn, 252.

Limitation of liability of trustees, 184–6, 191, 192.

Restrictions on dispositions of charity land, 150–3, 157–8.

Amendment, 150.

Withdrawn, 158.

Y

Young of Dartington, Lord:

Committee procedure, 6.

Role of charity commissioners, 7–9, 10, 18–20.

Amendment, 7.

Withdrawn, 20.