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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill 2010-11

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Jim SHeridan and Mr Philip Hollobone

21 Members

  • Mr Crispin Blunt
  • Tom Brake
  • Mr Robert Buckland
  • Mike Crockart
  • Alex Cunningham
  • Mr Jonathan Djanogly
  • Yvonne Fovargue
  • Helen Goodman
  • Kate Green
  • Ben Gummer
  • Damian Hinds
  • Jessica Lee
  • Mr Elfyn Llwyd
  • Jonathan Reynolds
  • Mr Andy Slaughter
  • Anna Soubry
  • Elizabeth Truss
  • Karl Turner
  • Mr Ben Wallace
  • Mr Dave Watt
  • Jeremy Wright

Clerks: Kate Emms

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee debate - 18th sitting | PDF version, 213KB 13.10.2011
Committee debate - 17th sitting | PDF version, 98KB 13.10.2011
Committee debate - 16th sitting | PDF version, 189KB 11.10.2011
Committee debate - 15th sitting | PDF version, 156KB 11.10.2011
Committee debate - 14th sitting | PDF version, 275KB 15.09.2011
Committee debate - 13th sitting | PDF version, 103KB 15.09.2011
Committee debate - 12th sitting | PDF version, 207KB 13.09.2011
Committee debate - 11th sitting | PDF version, 160KB 13.09.2011
Committee Debate - 10th sitting | PDF version, 209KB 08.09.2011
Committee Debate - 9th sitting | PDF version, 105KB 08.09.2011
Committee Debate - 8th sitting | PDF version, 337KB 06.09.2011
Committee Debate - 7th sitting | PDF version, 162KB 06.09.2011
Committee Debate - 6th sitting | PDF version, 205KB 19.07.2011
Committee Debate - 5th sitting | PDF version, 155KB 19.07.2011
Committee Debate - 4th sitting | PDF version, 228KB 14.07.2011
Committee Debate - 3rd sitting | PDF version, 117KB 14.07.2011
Committee Debate - 2nd sitting | PDF version, 127KB 12.07.2011
Committee Debate - 1st sitting | PDF version, 180KB 12.07.2011

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Written evidence - consolidated pdf (PDF, 3MB) 24.11.2011
Associated Memorandum fromThe False Allegations Support Organisation (UK) (FASO UK) (LA 113) 19.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from MG Law Limited (LA 111) 14.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee (LA 112) 14.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Henry Hyams Solicitors, Leeds (LA 113) 14.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Mary Ward Legal Centre (LA 97) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Stephensons Solicitors LLP (LA 98) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Carol Laidlaw and Ellen Lee (LA 99) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC) (LA 100) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee (LA 101) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from David Glasgow and others (LA 102) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Patricia Thomas (LA 103) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Howells Solicitors (LA 104) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Walker Smith Way Solicitors (LA 105) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Rethink Mental Illness (LA 106) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from Bar Council of England & Wales (LA 107) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Institute of Legal Executives (LA 108) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from ARAG plc (LA 109) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Barbara Melunsky Refugee Youth Agency Ltd, known as RefugeeYouth (LA 110) 11.10.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Association of British Insurers (ABI) (LA 94) 16.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Consortium of Expert Witnesses to the Family Courts (ABI) (LA 95) 16.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Law Society (LA 96) 16.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Firstassist Legal Expenses Insurance Ltd (“FLEIL”) (LA 86) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Liberty (LA 87) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Carter-Ruck Solicitors (LA 88) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from the Centre for Mental Health (LA 89) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from JUSTICE (LA 90) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Hugh James Solicitors (LA 91) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Keoghs LLP (LA 92) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Manley Turnbull Solicitors (LA 93) 14.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Thompsons Solicitors (LA 80) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Legal Aid Practitioners Group (LAPG) (LA 81) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Bar Council of England & Wales (LA 82) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Young Legal Aid Lawyers (LA 83) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from WithyKing (LA 84) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from CORE (LA 85) 09.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Association of British Insurers (LA 47) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Andy Brodie (LA 48) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Mayor of London (LA 49) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Paul Fulcher (LA 50) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Children's Legal Centre (CLC) (LA 51) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Chesterfield Law Centre (LA 52) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from René Cassin (LA 53) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Citizens Advice Bureau (LA 54) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from All Party Parliamentary Group on Equalities (LA 55) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Mr Joseph Anthony Culkin (LA 56) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Garden Court Chambers Gypsy and Travellers Team (LA 57) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from South East Strategic Partnership for Migration (SESPM) (LA 58) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Cleveland and Co Solicitors (LA 59) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from National Accident Helpline (LA 60) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from JUSTICE (LA 61) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) (LA 62) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Medical Protection Society Ltd (LA 63) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) (LA 64) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Association of Still Human Still Here (LA 65) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Amnesty International UK (LA 66) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Mr. Harry Smith Taylor JP (LA 67) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from British Red Cross (LA 68) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Al-Hasaniya (LA 69) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) (LA 70) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Criminal Justice Alliance (LA 71) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Asbestos Victims Support Groups Forum (LA 72) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Bail for Immigration Detainees (LA 73) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from The Children's Society (LA 74) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Zimbabwe Association (LA 75) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Magistrates Association (LA 76) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Discrimination Law Association (LA 77) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Weightmans (LA 78) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Leigh Day & Co (LA 79) 07.09.2011
Associated Memorandum from Refugee Children’s Consortium – additional memorandum (LA 38) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Robert Morfee, Partner, Clarke Willmott LLP (LA 39) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Caroline Sergeant, Solicitor (LA 40) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Resolution (LA 41) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Cris McCurley, Partner Ben Hoare Bell LLP (LA 42) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Mencap (LA 43) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Equality and Diversity Forum (LA 44) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Joanna Miles (LA 45) 20.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Legal Services Commission (LA 46) 20.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Citizens Advice Bureau (LA 15) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Sheffield Law Centre (LA 16) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from MASS (Motor Accident Solicitors Society) (LA 17) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Southall Black Sisters (LA 18) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from National Aids Trust (NAT) (LA 19) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Family Law Bar Association (LA 20) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from JUSTICE (LA 21) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Refuge Action (LA 22) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from R3 (LA 23) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from JUSTICE (LA 24) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from (ICAEW) (LA 25) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Citizens Advice Bureau (LA 26) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Community Law Partnership (LA 27) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Shelter (LA 28) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from John Eekelaar (LA 29) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Liberty (LA 30) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Paul Rumley, Partner, WithyKing (LA31) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Advice Services Alliance (LA 32) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Linskill Solicitors (LA 33) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Law Centres Federation (LA 34) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from NSPCC (LA 35) 18.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Standing Committee on Youth Justice (LA 36) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Refugee Children’s Consortium (LA 37) 18.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from LASA Charity UK Limited (LA 01) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (LA 02) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Kirit Champaneria (LA 03) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (LA 04) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Scope (LA 05) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Simon Green (LA 06) 14.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Prison Reform Trust (LA 07) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Zacchaeus 2000 Trust (LA 08) (PDF, 219KB) 14.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from Bar Council of England and Wales (LA 09) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Consumer Justice Alliance (LA 10) 14.07.2011
Memorandum in Chief from The Law Society (LA 11) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Barnardos (LA 12) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Just Rights (LA 13) 14.07.2011
Associated Memorandum from Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) (LA 14) 14.07.2011

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