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Government of Wales Bill

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        StatementStationery Office Books
        PublishersStationery Office Books
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        LC ClassificationsJuly 3, 1998
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages69
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        ISBN 100108367967
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Plainly, that does not go far enough. 17clarifies an uncertainty about the timing of the transfer of functions from the old Assembly to Welsh Ministers.

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We do not understand the approach to the issue of equality. From that, I conclude that, even after a court has decided that a certain individual has certain rights in Government of Wales Bill as a consequence of the trial process, those rights may be retrospectively taken away from that individual if Westminster considers it in the public interest to do so.

That is a perfectly adequate defence. Citation: HL Deb, 13 July 2006, c819 My Lords, this also stands in the name of the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay of Llandaff. ] We wrote a long letter, which I am afraid has still not satisfied the noble Lord, so I hope that in the next few minutes I shall be able to convince him that nothing is happening with this that should be of concern. At Report stage I had hoped to indicate—I obviously did not succeed—that the provisions of the Bill are absolutely clear: when a First loses a vote of confidence, that immediately triggers the process for his replacement.

People may act in good faith on a measure that has been passed and then find that the take a contrary view and annul its effect. They have been asked that question more than once in well organised opinion polls.