Bill documents — Criminal Finances Bill 2016-17
Full text of the Bill as introduced and further versions of the Bill as it is reprinted to incorporate amendments (proposals for change) made during its passage through Parliament.
|HL Bill 104 (as introduced) | PDF version, 676KB||22.02.2017|
|Bill 97 2016-17, as amended in Public Bill Committee | PDF version, 658KB||23.11.2016|
|HCB 75 2016-17 (as introduced) | PDF version, 630KB||13.10.2016|
Tracked changes versions of Bills: Commons
Tracked changes versions of the Bill, showing amendments made in Committee of the whole House and in Public Bill Committees in the House of Commons
|House||Tracked changes versions of Bills: Commons||Date|
|Version of the bill showing changes made in committee (PDF, 1MB)||23.11.2016|
Documents to explain the purpose of the Bill.
|HL Bill 104 Explanatory Notes | PDF version, 503KB||22.02.2017|
|HCB 75 EN 2016-17 | PDF version, 827KB||12.10.2016|
Delegated Powers Memoranda
The Government provide a delegated powers memorandum for all public (including hybrid) bills to justify the delegation of powers, usually to Ministers, in the bill.
|House||Delegated Powers Memorandum||Date|
|Supplementary, Home Office, 27 March 2017 (PDF, 146KB)||27.03.2017|
|Home Office 28 February 2017 (PDF, 303KB)||28.02.2017|
|Supplementary Home Office 5 December 2016 (PDF, 87KB)||07.12.2016|
|Home Office 12 October 2016 (PDF, 305KB)||13.10.2016|
"English votes for English laws"
Under the 'English votes for English laws' procedure, the Speaker certifies Bills, or provisions of Bills, as relating exclusively to England, and/or to England and Wales. In relation to Finance Bills, the Speaker may certify founding financial motions, or clauses or schedules, as relating exclusively to England, Wales and Northern Ireland.The text of certificates issued by the Speaker, and information prepared by the Government on how government amendments affect the territorial application of provisions of the bill, are available here. (Similar information about the bill itself can be found in the Explanatory Notes – see above.).
|House||English votes for English laws||Date|
|Assessment by the Home Office of the Bill and amendments to it - 17 February 2017 (PDF, 261KB)||17.02.2017|
|Home Office Memorandum - Committee Stage (PDF, 139KB)||22.11.2016|
Full list of amendment papers relating to the Bill. Individual amendment papers will be replaced with consolidated lists before the amendments are discussed.
Selection of amendments: Commons
In the House of Commons, amendments are grouped together so that amendments relating to a particular topic or issue are discussed together.
|House||Selection of amendments: Commons||Date|
|Consideration on Report (PDF, 262KB)||20.02.2017|
|Consideration in Committee: Selection 2 (PDF, 182KB)||21.11.2016|
|Consideration in Committee: Selection 1 (PDF, 183KB)||17.11.2016|
Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings: Commons
Details of the Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings in the House of Commons. The documents contain the text of amendments considered at each sitting and show whether it was agreed to, negatived (not agreed), not called, not moved or withdrawn.
|House||Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings: Commons||Date|
|Report Stage Proceedings as at 21 February 2017 | PDF version, 220KB||22.02.2017|
|All proceedings up to 22 November 2016 at Public Bill Committee Stage | PDF version, 209KB||23.11.2016|
|Public Bill Committee Proceedings as at 22 November 2016 | PDF version, 189KB||23.11.2016|
|Public Bill Committee Proceedings as at 17 November 2016 | PDF version, 116KB||18.11.2016|
|Public Bill Committee Proceedings as at 15 November 2016 | PDF version, 111KB||16.11.2016|
House of Commons Library and House of Lords Library briefing papers aim to be politically impartial, containing factual information as well as a range of opinions on each subject. Briefing papers on Bills are produced before Second Reading and, in the Commons, after Committee Stage.
|Committee Stage Report||16.02.2017|
|Briefing paper Second Reading||21.10.2016|
Archive of press notices related to the Bill.
|Criminal Finances Bill: schedule of meetings (PDF, 218KB)||14.11.2016|
|Have your say on the Criminal Finances Bill||26.10.2016|
House of Lords Library Notes aim to be politically impartial and are compiled for Members of Parliament and their staff.
|Criminal Finances Bill: Briefing for Lords Stages||03.03.2017|
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: Standard Chartered Bank (CFB 04) (PDF, 2MB)||23.11.2016|
|Written Evidence: British Banking Association (CFB 05) (PDF, 393KB)||23.11.2016|
|Written Evidence: Save the Children, ActionAid, Christian Aid and Oxfam (CFB 06)||23.11.2016|
|Written Evidence: KPMG LLP (CFB 01)||16.11.2016|
|Written Evidence: BOND Anti-Corruption Group and the Business Integrity Network (CFB 02)||16.11.2016|
|Written Evidence: Transparency International UK (CFB 03)||16.11.2016|
List of related Impact Assessments
Legislative Consent Resolutions
These ‘legislative consent’ resolutions (also known as “Sewel motions”) are the formal way in which the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales and Northern Ireland Assembly give their assent to the UK Parliament legislating on devolved matters.
|House||Legislative Consent Resolutions||Date|
|Letter from the Clerk of the Scottish Parliament - 7 March 2017 (PDF, 589KB)||07.03.2017|
|Legislative Consent Memorandum from the Scottish Parliament - 7 March 2017 (PDF, 306KB)||07.03.2017|
|National Assembly for Wales: 13 December 2016 (PDF, 966KB)||15.12.2016|
Will write letters
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