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 retain civil legal services for covering the cost of expert reports into cases of clinical negligence. Reacting to the defeats, a government spokesperson said: "We are disappointed that the House of Lords has voted to remove clauses from the UK Internal Market Bill, which was backed in the House … To ensure that night aircraft noise is controlled by a combination of a movements limit and a noise quota system (rather than only the latter). Moving Westminster into a multi-parliament world: the Commons takes a fresh look at devolution, MPs are right. (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. To prevent any female, or male under the age of fifteen, being placed in a secure college. To insist that rights under UK law to family reunion, currently covered by the Dublin III Treaty EU regulations, will continue after the transition period, but allow the government to levy a fee for those applying for leave to enter using these rights. To ensure that rights under UK law to family reunion, currently covered by the Dublin III Treaty EU regulations, will continue after the transition period. To specify that care and treatment arrangements which imply deprivation of liberty should be necessary to prevent harm to the cared-for person, rather than just necessary and proportionate, as currently defined in the bill. To insist to enable local authorities to decide planning developments based on local need, accepting that the Secretary of State may require provision of starter homes, but allowing them to comply by providing alternative affordable home ownership options. 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. To insert a clause to require telecommunication service providers to offer customers the opportunity to place a financial cap on their monthly bills upon entering a contract, and to switch mobile providers at no extra cost in accordance with OFCOM rules. To disagree with Commons amendment outlining the conditions under which a person is not considered to be deprived of liberty, and instead to propose a definition of deprivation of liberty in relation to confinement without valid consent. To insist to ask that the government, in securing best value for the NHS in purchasing medical supplies, considers supporting the UK life sciences sector, and ensuring access for patients to new medicines and treatments approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. The term is usually used only to describe occasions where the Government have been defeated in a whipped vote. To require that any amendment to the Mayor's budget would not need a 2/3 majority (simple majority instead). To move to regret that the Social Security (Personal Independence Payment) (Amendment) Regulations 2017 are implemented without adequate scrutiny, and to ask the government to review their impact on people with mental health conditions within two years (non-fatal motion). To require that only people or organisations "who reasonably require proof" should be entitled to ask for verification of identity. To require the UK government to produce proposals within three months of giving notification of the intention of withdrawal from the EU to ensure that the rights of residence of citizens of EU or EEA countries legally resident in the UK are maintained. To ensure that legal aid continues to be available to children in all cases which are currently covered. To expand the range of electorate sizes permitted under the rules for distribution of seats from 5% to 7.5% either side of the UK electoral quota. Kate Devlin. To remove a provision that ministers could make regulations to prevent, remedy or mitigate deficiencies in retained EU law as they consider 'appropriate', and to specify instead that they may make such regulations where it is 'necessary'. To require that the government publish determinations of whether countries with which it has signed trade agreements have committed serious human rights violations, and whether those agreements comply with the UK’s international human rights obligations. To insert a clause to clarify, for the avoidance of doubt, that the Act does not allow the Secretary of State to extend the maximum period of pre-charge detention beyond 28 days. 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 limit the mayor of London to two terms of office. To ask the government to remove the order so that it may be considered instead on 30 June 2006 allowing more time to address public concerns about its effects. To require that the Information Commissioner is appointed by the crown "on the recommendation of the Secretary of State" as opposed to the Secretary of State alone. To require that the Freedom of Information Act applies to the Independent Supervisor, who supervises the performance of each Auditor General in his/her capacity as a statutory auditor. To ensure that the publicly owned pensions dashboard has been operating for a year, and the government has reported to parliament on its operation and effectiveness, before commercial dashboards may begin operating. 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 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. To insert a clause requiring the government to take all necessary steps to implement an international trade agreement which enables the UK to participate in a customs union with the European Union after exit day. To remove a proposed power for ministers to decide by regulation which courts or tribunals can depart from retained EU case law, and by what legal test they can do so. To require that the 4 Assembly members to sit on the Assembly Commission do not belong to the same political party. To insert a clause requiring that students at UK universities are not counted as long term migrants, and that non-UK citizens holding offers to study or to work as academic staff are not subject to more restrictive immigration rules than currently apply. 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. In the contemporary House of Commons it is, therefore, Labour rebels, in most instances, who are the pivotal voters. To insert a clause ensuring that the Secretary of State cannot merge police forces without the consent of the relevant police authorities. 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. To add consumer protection to the functions of the financial guidance body established by the bill. To remove exemptions from receiving legal aid. To insist to require that an individual "may" not "must" apply to enter onto the National Register and obtain an ID card when applying for or renewing a passport. To regret that local authorities lack sufficient resources to implement a test and trace system, that new measures may not sufficiently address rising cases, and to call on the government to provide support to businesses and communities (non-fatal motion). Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests. 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 require that Orders in Council can only have retrospective effect where it is "not to the detriment of those who have either benefited from or acted in reliance upon the state of the law before the retrospective Order is made". To require imported products to comply with relevant domestic standards and regulations. To insist on removal of a clause which allows employees to become "employee shareholders" when they receive £2000 or more in shares, and requires that in so doing they forego certain rights, including redundancy payment and the right to claim unfair dismissal. The short answer is no; the long answer is more interesting. You can also view our record of all government defeats in the House of Lords. 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 insert a new clause 'Procedure for Orders Under Section 12' which would require the Secretary of State to publish a report before contracting offender management tasks. 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. To change the definition of a miscarriage of justice, for the purposes of compensation, to a situation in which a newly discovered fact would make a conviction impossible, rather than proving the innocence of the wrongly-convicted person. To move to regret that the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 (Criminal Courts Charge) Regulations 2015 impose a rigid structure of court charges, and were presented to parliament before dissolution, allowing little time for scrutiny (non-fatal motion). 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. To insist to insert that the 'forum rules' (from the 1957 European Convention on Terrorism) are incorporated: judges shall not order the extradition of a person if an act was partly committed in the UK unless in the interests of justice. To remove provisions enabling ministers, after the UK has left the European Union, to specify through regulations where the validity of retained EU law may be challenged in court. If you would like us to do so, please complete our mailing list form and ensure you check the Lords defeats box. To move that a joint committee be appointed to produce a report on the constitutional implications of the government's revised proposals on English Votes for English Laws by 30 March 2016. To clarify the definition of leased premises in the bill to include premises where a tenant is in exclusive possession. To regret that the regulations fail to deliver sufficient access to legal aid for disabled people, and that "exempted person" is defined too narrowly (non-fatal motion). You appear to have JavaScript disabled in your browser settings. To omit a clause criminalising the "glorification" of terrorism. To insert a clause to require the government to suspend the UK's withdrawal from Euratom until either international agreements have been reached or the UK is allowed to continue under current arrangements if the agreements are not in place by 1 March 2019. To require that any statutory instruments under the bill should be approved by resolution in both Houses. To require that investigations under the redress scheme must be conducted "in accordance with natural justice [so] the person overseeing the investigation is independent of the body … underinvestigation" and to insist that it be "confined to the facts". To require the concurrence of the Lord Chief Justice for any changes to the Online Procedure Rules that the minister proposes to the new Online Procedure Rules Committee created by the bill. How many times has the Government been defeated in the House of Lords this session? 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. Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Bill. The government has faced a string of defeats in the House of Lords over its post-Brexit immigration bill. Below is an overview of these defeats, listed in chronological order. To require the Secretary of State to establish a publicly accessible register of fire risk assessments for homes. To require local authorities that propose a transport partnership scheme termed 'advanced quality partnership' under the bill to give notice to the representatives of any affected employees. To insert a clause repealing the offence of use of insulting words that are likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. To require the Lord Chancellor to ensure that individuals have access to legal services that effectively meet their needs, subject to available resources. To insert a clause requiring that the environmental objectives of the Green Investment Bank are specified in the company's articles of association, and ensuring that the articles require its directors to act and review their actions against the objectives. To postpone the second reading of the bill until six months' time. To insist for the second time to require that an individual "may" not "must" apply to enter onto the National Register and obtain an ID card when applying for or renewing a passport. To insert a new clause: 'Financial Assistance Scheme: Scheme Manager' which will set up a 'lifeboat' fund to enable the financial assistance scheme to compensate pensioners whose retirement savings are lost through occupational schemes. To require the Secretary of State to lay before parliament the results of a consultation with residents and stakeholders impacted by the new Phase 2a of High Speed 2 by May 2021. 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. This article is more than 3 years old. To regret that the regulations replace EU State Aid rules with an as yet undefined regime, and therefore call on the government to delay their implementation (non-fatal motion). To ensure that powers of entry into property are only exercised upon agreement with the premises occupier or where there is a warrant. To insert a clause establishing a Defamation Recognition Commission. To insert a clause to require the Secretary of State to set up an independent body titled the BBC Licence Fee Commission, which would make recommendations to the Secretary of State regarding the level of licence fee required to fund the BBC. First reading of a Bill can take place at any time in a parliamentary session. To ensure that all EEA and Swiss nationals who request proof of pre-settled or settled status granted under the EU Settlement Scheme receive it. 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. 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 insert provisions to ensure that a person shall not be considered to have a mental disorder on the grounds of substance abuse, sexual identity or orientation, commission or likely commission of illegal or disorderly acts or cultural/religious beliefs. To insist to not remove the work-related activity component of the Employment and Support Allowance, but requiring only a delay until the Secretary of State has presented an impact assessment report before both Houses. Government defeats in the House of Lords . To require that ministers gain the consent of relevant devolved administrations when providing financial assistance for economic development and other purposes, but not to insist on the removal of those powers to provide assistance. To require that agreements made through the common frameworks process which allow divergence from existing rules are excluded by ministers from the market access principles, but not to insist on removing ministers’ powers to override these agreements. This table will be updated with records of all government defeats in the House of Lords throughout the 2019-2020 parliamentary session, in reverse order. 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 … 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. To exclude staffing costs from the financial restrictions placed on third parties (i.e. To require that ministers should seek approval by Parliament of a mandate to negotiate the UK's future relationship with the EU. To move that a select committee should be appointed to consider the clauses in the Trade Union Bill regarding political funds, and that the committee should report by 29 February. 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