BBC Parliament
2 minutes
to say we are lagging behind many other countries. The Northern Ireland assembly increase the maximum penalty to five years and it should be noted that they are the only part of the UK that provides a more serious animal welfare offences to be tried in a Crown Court. The Scottish Government has committed to reviewing penalties under the animal health act and if we look around the world we can see that.
BBC Parliament
4 minutes
in 1911, the law is lacking a century behind. The issue was meant to be dealt with by the animal welfare act of 2006 by the last Labour government. But incredibly the provision was never in acted and so people can inflict any degree of cruelty on animals and still only receive a maximum of six months in prison, the public rightly find that hard to understand or accept
BBC Parliament
6 minutes
six months and received a suspended sentence six months and £300 in costs and no monk and feel that the justice system it did its job on that day. -- no one can feel. I was astonished to find that the maximum sentence for any form of animal abuse is just six months custody. Incredibly it has not changed since the projection of animals act.
Politico
13 minutes
Two months after the inauguration of President Trump, indications are mounting that the United States military is deepening its involvement in a string of complex wars in the Middle East that lack clear endgames.” TAX REFORM UPDATE: From POLITICO’s Darren Samuelsohn: “Republican and Democratic veterans of Washington’s messy policymaking process have a vehement response to the idea that the White House, fresh from its failed attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act, will take the lead on drafting legislation to reform the nation’s tax system: good luck with that. Traditionally, the White House has stumbled when trying to craft major new legislation. Writing laws is, after all, what Congress gets paid to do — and lawmakers dont like being big-footed by staffers at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., even when they come from the same party.”
BBC Parliament
15 minutes
I have been involved in animal welfare matters. Many of these arguments and involved in animal welfare matters. Many of these arguments and issues I am listening to, I have heard before. Indeed, I recall when David Mellor was a member before. Indeed, I recall when David Mellor was a member of this place, serving on the bill to amend the 1911 Animals Act, looking back on the different things we have done, two pieces of legislation the different things we have done, two pieces of legislation I managed to get on the statute book, I think, by and large, this country has a good record in terms of animal welfare, although obviously, the.
Daily Mail - Australia
21 minutes
TIME - Top Stories
21 minutes
bitchface (n.) 1. a facial expression that does not consciously express a particular emotion but that others perceive as scowling, threatening 2. a deliberate facial expression of anger or disgust, often employed to appear unapproachable Here is a selection of other new additions. bama (n.) : a person from Alabama or the southern U.S. Burkini (n.) : the proprietary name of a type of bathing suit covering the torso, limbs, and head, worn by women or girls who want to keep their bodies completely covered, especially for religious reasons. dabbing (n.): the act of performing a dance move that involves posing with ones nose in the crook of a bent elbow at chest level while extending the other arm to the side at or above shoulder level, often as a celebratory posture in sports or other competitions. de facto segregation (n.) : racial, ethnic, or other segregation resulting from societal differences between groups, as socioeconomic or political disparity, without institutionalized legislation intended to segregate.
BBC Parliament
22 minutes
of the punishment nor a deterrent when it comes to some of the most serious offences. For the background of the debate -- further background comes from the report on animal welfare, as mentioned, and I from the report on animal welfare, as mentioned, and I nearly called on my honourable friend there. We do that so often, it is almost pass. that so often, it is almost pass. It raises that so often, it is almost pass. It raises a number of recommendations such as the timetable for the tenth yearly review of the animal welfare act. I'm sure the minister will respond to that in I'm sure the minister will respond to that in due course. The ban on third-party puppy sales and.
BBC Parliament
22 minutes
for local government to be responsible for the enforcement of the Animal Welfare Act. It also went on to discuss the role Welfare Act. It also went on to discuss the role of the RSPCA, who historically undertake the overwhelming number of animal welfare prosecutions and investigations. It is recommended that investigations. It is recommended.
ABC News - Australia
23 minutes
TIME - News
30 minutes
bitchface (n.) 1. a facial expression that does not consciously express a particular emotion but that others perceive as scowling, threatening 2. a deliberate facial expression of anger or disgust, often employed to appear unapproachable Here is a selection of other new additions. bama (n.) : a person from Alabama or the southern U.S. Burkini (n.) : the proprietary name of a type of bathing suit covering the torso, limbs, and head, worn by women or girls who want to keep their bodies completely covered, especially for religious reasons. dabbing (n.): the act of performing a dance move that involves posing with ones nose in the crook of a bent elbow at chest level while extending the other arm to the side at or above shoulder level, often as a celebratory posture in sports or other competitions. de facto segregation (n.) : racial, ethnic, or other segregation resulting from societal differences between groups, as socioeconomic or political disparity, without institutionalized legislation intended to segregate.
Sky News
31 minutes
don't have to change overnight. That is the Government's main message throughout the piece. -- he mention that things don't have to change. What they want to insist on is that the Government is confident that this great repeal act has the aim.
The Economic Times
36 minutes
BBC Parliament
an hour
East, and the perfectly reasonable point about the EEA act, which is the UK Government has to give 12-month' notice to remove itself from the EEA. So how will that be dealt with in the bill, or has the Secretary of State to be forgotten about it? No, but it is not a matter of the about it? No, but it is not a matter of the Great Repeal Bill. The great download and save until of the Great Repeal Bill. The great download and save until the late Bill is really going to lead to a carnival Bill is really going to lead to a carnival of reaction, where alongside the so-called bonfire of red tape, we will see ministers.
Sky News
an hour
MPs from 650 to 600, for a grip. Power grab. I think the number of MPs, it is irrelevant. I would be happy to cut a proportion I would be happy to cut a proportion of ministers, but this is about going from Brussels to rest stuff. -- Westminster. This will be an act of Parliament, and it is an act of Parliament, and it is going to provide home reforms made in future. It is good to require some future act of Parliament, but currently all the regulations that have been scrutiny at all
Sky News
an hour
Simply, the 1972 European Community 's act, and Parliament cannot vote on them, get rid of them. If the government said, this is going to be by the formative process, I would be fine. If the set, we're not just going to this to correct the law, but minor technical issues,.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Will his so-called repeal Bill repeal the EEA act of 1983 and will every member of this House get a specific vote on this issue? I have rarely heard a question based on semifinals premises was.
BBC Parliament
an hour
except where we choose not to, and we can modify technical act -- aspects. We are talking about 40 years of law, night would be interested to hear what he would propose that we do about a law which refers to a European regulatory body. Have a debate? Where there will.
Autocar
an hour
The Takata airbag recall is the largest in automotive history, and affects 100million cars. Over 46,604 UK Toyota cars are affected by the Takata airbag issue; 100million cars are embroiled globally Toyota is recalling 2.9million cars globally in the midst of the Takata airbag issue, which affects around 100million cars in total, reports Reuters . 46,604 cars in the UK are affected, and are limited to 13,890 Auris and 32,714 Yaris models. Affected cars were built between December 2002 and March 2004, and February 2007 and December 2012. The recall concerns airbag inflators which if exposed to heat over a prolonged period, could explode with too much force, or deploy inadvertently. Toyota is working with the DVLA to determine affected cars, and the timeframe of the total recall is uncertain, as owners may not immediately act upon the recall. The fix, depending on the model, takes between 30 minutes and three hours, and can be carried out at ownerslocal Toyota dealer.
South China Morning Post
an hour
Like a perilous high wire act, the Hong Kong property market defies expectations as prices keep rising. But, instead of a rational or irrational correction, this cycle may be the one where the property market spins out of control like a tumbling top and ruins the entire economy. This time it may defy the interest rate cycle and continue rising. One group of tiresome analysts keeps repeating that Hong Kong asset prices are vulnerable to a deep correction when the Fed begins to shrink its balance...
Sky News
an hour
the section 2.2 of the act in 1972. It's a little hypocritical to attacks that from there. I commend you for your work and the past
BBC Parliament
an hour
past. He is right. I make the point to him, people who complain about the use of secondary legislation, the secondary legislation we are talking about, nearly 8000 items of secondary legislation were used to implement European law under the section two of the European Communities Act 1972 so it is hypocritical.
BBC Two England
an hour
mean an interdependence in the discussions Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act cooperation and trade. "In security terms, fwalure to reach agreement of an overall deal would mean our cooperation against the fight against crime and terrorism would be weakened." That's right. Isn't it a statement of the object Jews It is and of critical importance to the British people that we maintain that. It.
Sputnik International
an hour