1 edition of Government of Wales Bill found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stationery Office Books|
|Publishers||Stationery Office Books|
|LC Classifications||July 3, 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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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.
a minimum number of courses of study that a learner are entitled to undertake Additional requirements Schools must publish a summary of their adopted curriculum and keep their curriculum under review.
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.
Everyone committed to true democracy should support the amendment, because the Assembly has been elected by the people of Wales and it is its will to put forward draft Orders in Council.
The provision reflects the way in which most of the water flows—out of Wales and into England, and not the other way round.