To insist to require that an individual "may" not "must" apply to enter onto the National Register and obtain an ID card when applying for or renewing a passport. To insert a clause requiring that an independent review of all council tax reduction schemes be implemented by the Secretary of State within three years of the Act coming into place. To see details of a defeat, click the relevant line of the table and this will bring up a report showing the number of votes cast for and against, and lists of voters (in both cases broken down by party). Reacting to the defeats, a government spokesperson said: "We are disappointed that the House of Lords has voted to remove clauses from the UK Internal Market Bill, which was backed in the House … To remove a provision that ministers could make regulations to prevent, remedy or mitigate deficiencies in retained EU law as they consider 'appropriate', and to specify instead that they may make such regulations where it is 'necessary'. To insert a clause exempting those making claims related to industrial diseases generally from the obligation to use their damages to pay part of their legal fees. To omit a clause criminalising the "glorification" of terrorism. To insert a clause to require all new homes in England built from 1 April 2018 to achieve the carbon compliance standard equivalent to an improvement on the target emission rate of 60% for detached houses, 56% for attached houses, and 44% for flats. Government defeats in the House of Lords . To insert a clause to require sustainable drainage systems to be implemented in all new developments, consequently ending the right to connect to existing conventional drainage, and extending current provisions which exclude small-scale developments. The UK government was defeated 48 times in the House of Lords during the parliamentary session of 2010-12. To remove the ability of ministers to create criminal offences through regulations made under the bill regarding the detection, investigation or prevention of money laundering. Sustainability and environmental performance in Parliament, Work placements and apprenticeship schemes, Vote in general elections and referendums. To see details of a defeat, click the relevant line of the table and this will bring up a report showing the number of votes cast for and against, and lists of voters (in both cases broken down by party). To introduce an absolute exclusion from detention for pregnant women in immigration cases, rather than a presumptive exclusion, as the law currently allows. To insert a clause specifying conditions, such as humanitarian aid or journalistic work, under which persons who enter an overseas area designated by the bill as linked to terrorist activity are not committing an offence under the bill. To insert a clause to extend the remit of the Oil and Gas Authority to include overseeing the decommissioning of oil and gas infrastructure and securing the infrastructure for the transportation and storage of greenhouse gases. If the current rate of defeats continues, then the government could expect to lose 30-40 votes in the Lords each session – that is 150-200 by the parliament’s end in 2020. To establish the Trade and Agriculture Commission in law, and require it to make recommendations to the Secretary of State to promote, maintain and safeguard current standards of food production through international trade policy. To insert a clause requiring authorities to carry out an assessment of and record those who cannot read when they enter youth detention, and those who cannot read when they leave youth detention. To require local authorities that propose a transport partnership scheme termed 'advanced quality partnership' under the bill to give notice to the representatives of any affected employees. To require that the bill cannot come into effect until a report has been conducted into the costs and benefits of the scheme. To insist that rights under UK law to family reunion, currently covered by the Dublin III Treaty EU regulations, will continue after the transition period, but allow the government to levy a fee for those applying for leave to enter using these rights. To see details of a defeat, click the relevant line of the table and this will bring up a report showing the number of votes cast for and against, and lists of voters (in both cases broken down by party). To insert a clause providing that courts must award costs against publishers that are not members of an approved regulator in data protection claims, unless satisfied that the claim could not have been resolved by arbitration provided by the regulator. To ensure that all EEA and Swiss nationals who request proof of pre-settled or settled status granted under the EU Settlement Scheme receive it. In the House of Lords, Labour rebels are only one group among many that could contribu… To insist to not remove the work-related activity component of the Employment and Support Allowance, but requiring only a delay until the Secretary of State has presented an impact assessment report before both Houses. To require that an individual "may" not "must" apply to enter onto the National Register and obtain an ID card when applying/renewing a passport. To require that regulations which would add, vary or remove a reference to a territory for the purposes of the exercise of new powers of arrest in the Bill refer to only one territory. Government dealt string of defeats on post-Brexit immigration bill in Lords. To require that determinations by the Secretary of State provided in the bill regarding payments made by local housing authorities in England should be made by regulation, and consequently subject to approval by parliament. To give judges the discretion to hear judicial review applications in cases where the interests of the applicant can be shown to have not been harmed by the government conduct in question. To require the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority to develop a relative price cap for suppliers, setting the difference between the cheapest rate and the most expensive standard variable or default rate as a specified proportion of the cheapest rate. To remove a clause that reduced the government’s obligations to seek an agreement with the EU on unaccompanied child refugees. To move that there be a delay to the enactment of the 'waiting days' amendment to universal credit regulations until universal credit has been fully rolled out. Click within the grid for more detail about a particular defeat. How many times has the Government been defeated in the House of Lords this session? government defeats in the House of Lords during the current parliamentary term. To remove a clause that would give the UK government powers to provide financial assistance for economic development and other purposes. To require that if regulations are used to change the legitimate aims set out in the Act that can override the non-discrimination principle, the Secretary of State obtain, or give reasons for the lack of, the consent of the devolved administrations. To regret that local authorities lack sufficient resources to implement a test and trace system, that new measures may not sufficiently address rising cases, and to call on the government to provide support to businesses and communities (non-fatal motion). To add the threshold above which local authority tenants are regarded as high income tenants to the face of the bill, increasing it to £50,000 a year per household in London, and £40,000 outside London, rather than the £40,000 and £30,000 proposed by the government. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to produce and to present to parliament a report regarding the effectiveness of the regulatory framework on internet pornography proposed in the bill within 18 months of it coming into force. Kate Devlin. To give judges the discretion, in judicial review proceedings, over whether: 'to order an intervener to pay the costs of a relevant party to the proceedings', and 'to order a relevant party to the proceedings to pay the intervener's costs'. An anti-Brexit protester outside the Houses of Parliament Peers have defeated the government in voting to give Parliament a potentially decisive say over Brexit. Earlier (1918–1945) large (of a margin of more than 100) defeats of governments were for the first MacDonald government, which suffered defeats by a margin of 166 on 8 October 1924 on the Campbell case , and by a margin of 140 … To insist to raise the threshold for when the Legal Services Board can take action against approved regulators. To remove subsections preventing constituency members from standing in regional lists and vice-versa. To insert a clause to include a duty that Ofsted takes into account the careers advice made available to students in carrying out inspections of further education colleges. While holding a majority, governments can generally discount the votes of opposition parties, so long as they can depend on the support of their own MPs. To insist on reinstatement of Section 3 of the Equalities Act 2006, which requires the EHRC to discharge its functions "with a view to encouraging and supporting the development of a society" which respects human rights and equal opportunities, To insist on insertion of a clause adding 'caste' to the list of characteristics covered by the term 'race' in the Equalities Act 2010, To insert a clause requiring the boundary commissions to submit their reports not before October 2018, rather than before October 2013, To move to refer the Bill to the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills (to determine whether the Bill is hybrid), To call on the government to table motions before the summer recess to a) allow members to retire, b) abolish by-elections for hereditary peers, c) remove members convicted of serious criminal offences, d) create a statutory appointments commission, To add spending on academy pupils with low-incidence special educational needs or disabilities to the list of planned expenditure for LEAs, and to allow the Secretary of State to intervene if local authorities fail to make satisfactory provision, To give ID cardholders the option to be reimbursed £30 on surrender of their card, Paving amendment to allow for a new clause which places restrictions on ministerial powers to abolish or modify public bodies by delegated legislation, including requirements to protect judicial independence and human rights, Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill, To allow the referendum on the voting system to be held on any day before the 31 October 2011, rather than requiring it to be held on the 5 May 2011, To remove the Chief Coroner from the list of offices and bodies scheduled for possible abolition, To adjourn consideration of a motion to not insist to give ID cardholders the option to be reimbursed £30 on surrender of their card, To prevent the Isle of Wight having to share a constituency with the mainland, and to exempt it from the 5 per cent variation rule, To make the result of the referendum on the voting system non-binding if less than 40 per cent of the electorate vote in it, To allow the number of voters in new constituencies to deviate up to 7.5 per cent from the norm if necessary to address special geographical considerations or local ties of an "exceptionally compelling nature", To insist to make the result of the referendum on the voting system non-binding if less than 40 per cent of the electorate vote in it, To remove the Youth Justice Commission for England and Wales from the list of bodies scheduled for possible abolition, To add the Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council to the list of bodies scheduled for possible merger with other bodies (while leaving it on the list for possible abolition), To retain the provision which sets a date of 2015 for the next general election, but to require a resolution of both Houses of Parliament before the length of each subsequent parliament is set at five years, Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill, To remove the provision establishing police and crime commissioners for each police area outside London, To remove the requirement for a referendum to be held before certain powers could be transferred from the UK to the EU, leading to amendments requiring a referendum only on a single military force, bringing the UK into Schengen, or joining the euro, To clarify that applicable EU law is recognised as law in the UK specifically by virtue of the European Communities Act 1972, rather than more generally by any Act of Parliament, To introduce a "sunset clause" to make the requirement for a referendum to be held before certain powers can be transferred from the UK to the EU expire after the next general election, and to require parliamentary approval of any order to renew this, To insist on amendments which set a date of 2015 for the next general election, but which require a resolution of both Houses of Parliament before the length of each subsequent parliament is set at five years, To require the annual covenant report on the impact of membership of the armed forces on service people to cover the operation of inquests as well as the subjects of healthcare, housing and education, To insert a clause permitting current or former members of the armed forces to wear medals awarded by Commonwealth governments (including the Pingat Jasa Malaysia medal) without restriction, To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to report to parliament on the VAT treatment of supplies by charities providing health care services for the NHS, Paving amendment to prevent the government making regulations to impose the underoccupancy penalty on social housing tenants with no more than one spare bedroom, Paving amendment to include severely disabled young people who qualify for the support group in those entitled to contributory employment support for one year, To replace the 12-month limit for contributory employment support claims by those in the work-related activity group with a prescribed period of at least two years, To exempt from the 12-month limit on contributory employment support claims those receiving cancer treatment and those unable to work as a result of cancer diagnosis, and to grant those people support until they are able to work, To exclude child benefit from the cap on welfare benefits which is enforced when a single person's or a couple's entitlements exceed the prescribed amount. To insist to allow local authorities to retain and spend payments from selling social housing on building similar properties, but accepting that agreement must first be reached with the Secretary of State regarding the need for such replacements. To insert a clause enabling local authorities to ringfence the spending of money received from speeding fines on local road safety measures. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to appoint an Independent Commissioner to monitor the detention and treatment of terrorist suspects including extensions of detention periods. Whitehall Editor . To require that probation trusts make appropriate provisions for female offenders, including unpaid work and behavioural change programmes. To require imported products to comply with relevant domestic standards and regulations. To commit the entire Bill to a committee of the whole House, rather than splitting it between the Chamber and Grand Committee. To provide legal aid for children in the event of clinical negligence. To remove clauses 44, 45, 46 and 47 of the Bill which provide ministers with powers to disapply obligations under the Northern Ireland protocol notwithstanding any relevant domestic or international law to the contrary. The UK government was defeated 25 times in the House of Lords during the parliamentary session of 2008-09. 8) (England and Wales) Order 2007. To insert a new clause 'Minimum Retirement Income': this will allow the minimum retirement income to be set by the Chancellor, but only after consultation with "appropriate" people and before 31st January of the tax year to which it applies. Home Information Pack (No. The government has been dealt a major blow after the House of Lords voted to delay tax credit cuts and to compensate those affected in full. I voted with the Government against the amendment by Baroness Meacher to continue ESA for young disabled people who have resources of their own to support them and have not contributed to what is… To move to regret that the regulations, which establish a deferred payments scheme for businesses to spread the increase in their business rates, do not remove the retrospective application of non-domestic rates for port-side operators, To require coroners to inform the Chief Coroner if investigations are likely to take more than 12 months, and to require the Chief Coroner to monitor prolonged investigations, To insert a clause making intercept evidence admissible in inquests, so that certain deaths can be dealt within the coronial system instead of through private inquiries, To exempt single parents of children under five from financial sanctions under the back-to-work path through work-related activity plans, To make a deputy chief coroner responsible for overseeing military inquests and for providing specialist training to coroners conducting them, To not make sexual infidelity an exception to the qualifying. To remove a clause enabling the Secretary of State to exempt local authorities in England from children's social care legislation requirements in order to allow them to test different ways of working to provide children's social care. To ensure that a pension dashboard service does not allow financial transactions to take place through it, and is limited to finding and displaying information. Parliament examines what the Government is doing, makes new laws, holds the power to set taxes and debates the issues of the day. To require that a local authority may not make an order designating a locality as an alcohol disorder zone if an action plan is being put into effect. However, MPs will be able to remove their […] To require that certain categories of tenant, including war widows, foster carers and the severely disabled, be exempt from the under-occupancy penalty on universal credit/housing benefit. To remove a (‘Henry VIII’) power that would allow ministers to amend the Act by regulations in order to change what laws are within the scope of the non-discrimination market access principle. To require that the Statistics Board monitors the arrangements for the release of government statistics. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to make provisions to enable persons under the age of 20 undertaking an apprenticeship to be eligible for child benefits. To place the universal service obligation for broadband on the face of the bill, specifying targets for broadband connections and services, and requiring the government to prioritise SMEs and rural areas and to ensure mobile network coverage across the UK. To insert a clause exempting those making claims related to industrial respiratory diseases specifically from the obligation to use their damages to pay part of their legal fees. The Government has suffered a significant defeat in the House of Lords over a controversial new Brexit bill critics say breaks international law. Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Bill [HL], To allow all building societies to transfer funds to a charity that will apply them in the local area where the building society operates, To add a clause on parliamentary accountability requiring the Treasury to lay any directions issued to a reclaim fund before parliament, and similarly any accounts or report from a reclaim fund. The government has faced a string of defeats in the House of Lords over its post-Brexit immigration bill. To require that an independent commissioner decides if it is in the public interest that certain information may be disclosed. To prevent any female, or male under the age of fifteen, being placed in a secure college. The government's flagship immigration bill that would end freedom of movement rules in the UK post-Brexit has been defeated in the Lords. To ensure that when making regulations under the amended Pensions Act, the Secretary of State treats open defined benefit pension schemes and closed schemes differently. To insert a clause lowering the age for voting in local government elections from 18 to 16. Below is an overview of these defeats, listed in chronological order. To rename the Audit Committee the "Accounts Committee". To require the Secretary of State to make regulations prohibiting the application of chemical pesticides near buildings and spaces used by residents and members of the public. To require the Secretary of State to lay before each House reports on the progress with forming an executive in Northern Ireland on 9 September, 21 October, and every 14 calendar days thereafter until 18 December 2019, and to table motions in both Houses for the reports to be debated within five calendar days. To add consumer protection to the functions of the financial guidance body established by the bill. To postpone the second reading of the bill until six months' time. To prevent trade agreements from allowing any part of UK health, care, or publicly funded data processing services and IT systems in connection with health and care to be controlled from outside the UK. Members backed a "regret" amendment by 395 votes to 169, condemning the provocative move by the Government and warning the UK Internal Market Bill "would undermine the rule of law and damage the reputation of the United Kingdom". To insert a clause ensuring that where there is a proposed development to alter/introduce level crossings, that the local planning authority is required to consult with the Secretary of State, rail safety authority and operator of the network. To insert a clause stipulating that "an apology, an offer of treatment or other redress" will not intrinsically amount to an admission of negligence or breach of statutory duty. To require the government within six months to set an interim climate change target for 2030, including the role of agriculture and land use in reducing emissions, followed within 12 months by an implementation strategy. The UK government was defeated 61 times in the House of Lords during the parliamentary session of 2005-06. To ensure that the emissions limit duty applies to those fossil fuel plants that upgrade their systems to stay within the laws relating to pollution. Government. The column on the right shows the number of votes the government was beaten by. To insist on previous amendment to prevent any female, or male under the age of fifteen, being placed in a secure college. Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests. To require that ministers gain the consent of relevant devolved administrations when providing financial assistance for economic development and other purposes, but not to insist on the removal of those powers to provide assistance. Number of defeats. Cases where the coalition partners whipped their parties to vote in opposite lobbies, and the division was therefore a defeat for one governing party and a victory for the other. To require judicial oversight in issuing notices ordering internet service providers to remove offending material ("unlawfully terrorism-related") within 2 days. Below is an overview of these defeats, listed in chronological order. Members of the Lords ask the government four questions on any topic it is responsible for and a minister or spokesperson must respond. To require the Information Commissioner to maintain a register of personal data of national significance that is controlled by public bodies, and to prepare a code of practice setting out practical guidance in relation to such data. To insert a clause incorporating provision for making changes to the NHS Constitution into the Bill in order to give Parliament a role in determining the principles of the NHS Constitution. To remove a clause that would allow the acceptance of political donations from anybody holding Irish citizenship (outside of Northern Ireland). To insist for the second time to require that an individual "may" not "must" apply to enter onto the National Register and obtain an ID card when applying for or renewing a passport. The Bill is published as a House of Commons paper for the first time. To require that the establishment of probation trusts cannot be made unless a draft resolution is approved by each House. To set out that environmental and public health protections are public interest considerations that may allow derogations from the market access principles, but not to insist on removing powers that would allow ministers to set out other considerations. To require a turnout of 40 per cent in referendums on amending the Treaty on the European Union in order for it to be automatically ratified, otherwise to require approval by both Houses of Parliament. To replace the Treasury's role in relation to the Statistics Board with that of the Cabinet Office. To insert a new clause 'Children and Young People' requiring that a clinician with specialist training in child/adolescent mental health shall assess the needs of the child. To move that a select committee should be appointed to consider the clauses in the Trade Union Bill regarding political funds, and that the committee should report by 29 February. To insist on previous amendment to limit the period of detention in immigration removal centres without judicial oversight to a maximum of 28 days, or 28 days in aggregate, with possible extension by a court in exceptional circumstances. Your UK Parliament offers free, flexible support for teachers, community groups, and home educators to spark engagement and active citizenship. See some of the sights you'll encounter on a tour of Parliament. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to propose primary legislation establishing a duty on public authorities to apply principles of EU environmental law after exit day, and to establish an independent public body to ensure compliance. Number of defeats = 58 (as at 15 December 2020) List of Government defeats in previous sessions. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to produce an annual report on devolution within England. Click within the grid for more detail about a particular defeat. To require the Secretary of State to have regard to the current environmental improvement plan when planning the provision of financial assistance for agriculture. To retain civil legal advice for benefits claimants who wish to challenge cuts to their allowances at a second-tier tribunal or higher court. To move to adjourn the debate on the EU Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration for the Prime Minister's Statement in the House of Commons. To allow planning authorities in England to decide on the provision of starter homes in residential developments based on their assessment of local housing need, removing the Secretary of State's power to make regulations on the matter. To require that the court be satisfied when ordering a closed material procedure that the harm to national security caused by disclosure of material outweighs the public interest in fair and open justice. This page lists all government defeats in the House of Lords since the start of the 2014-15 parliamentary session, in reverse order. Government suffers two Brexit defeats in House of Lords. To insert a clause requiring the Secretary of State to bring forward, subject to the approval of parliament, a code of practice regarding the responsibilities of social media platform providers to protect children and young people from online abuse. 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