TERRORISM BILL - CONTRIBUTION

- Wednesday, 9th November 2005

 

DetailsType: Debate
Proceeding: 52795
Member: Lilley, Peter

Date of Proceeding: 09.11.2005

Title: Terrorism Bill
Description: The Home Secretary has just said that the Chief Constable of Northern Ireland had reached his conclusion based on his experience. The letter that we received from Hayman of the Met said that the experience in Northern Ireland was totally different and not relevant. We now face new circumstances. What relevant experience has the Chief Constable had? Does he believe that the new powers are necessary in Northern Ireland and, if so, did the Home Secretary refuse to give him those powers? The Home Secretary has just said that the Chief Constable of Northern Ireland had reached his conclusion based on his experience. The letter that we received from Hayman of the Met said that the experience in Northern Ireland was totally different and not relevant. We now face new circumstances. What relevant experience has the Chief Constable had? Does he believe that the new powers are necessary in Northern Ireland and, if so, did the Home Secretary refuse to give him those powers?

Reference: 439 c328
Legislature: House of Commons (HoC)
Place: Commons Chamber
Session: 05-06

 

 

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