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Minutes of Proceedings

Session: Session currently unavailable

Date: 08 June 2021

The Assembly met at 10.30am, the Speaker in the Chair.

1. Prayers

Members observed two minutes' silence.

2. Executive Committee Business

2.1 Statement: Intergovernmental Agreement on Criminal Justice Cooperation

The Minister of Justice, Mrs Naomi Long, made a statement regarding the Intergovernmental Agreement on Criminal Justice Cooperation, following which she replied to questions.

2.2 Motion: The draft Police Act 1997 (Criminal Record Certificates: Relevant Matters) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021

Proposed:

That the draft Police Act 1997 (Criminal Record Certificates: Relevant Matters) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 be approved.

Minister of Justice

Debate ensued.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr Beggs, took the Chair.

The Question being put, the motion was carried.

2.3 Motion: The draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Search, Seizure and Detention of Property: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021

Proposed:

That the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Search, Seizure and Detention of Property: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 be approved.

Minister of Justice

Motion: The draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cash Searches: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021

Proposed:

That the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cash Searches: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 be approved.

Minister of Justice

Motion: The draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Investigations: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021

Proposed:

That the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Investigations: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 be approved.

Minister of Justice

Motion: The draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Recovery of Listed Assets: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021

Proposed:

That the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Recovery of Listed Assets: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 be approved.

Minister of Justice

A single debate ensued on all four motions.

The Question being put, the motion on the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Search, Seizure and Detention of Property: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 was carried.

The Question being put, the motion on the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cash Searches: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 was carried.

The Question being put, the motion on the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Investigations: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 was carried.

The Question being put, the motion on the draft Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Recovery of Listed Assets: Code of Practice) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 was carried.

The Speaker took the Chair.

2.4 Second Stage: Budget (No.2) Bill (NIA 24/17-22)

Minister of Finance

The Minister of Finance, Mr Conor Murphy, moved the Second Stage of the Budget (No.2) Bill (NIA Bill 24/17-22).

Debate ensued.

The Principal Deputy Speaker took the Chair.

The sitting was suspended at 12.59pm.

The sitting resumed at 2.00pm, with the Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, in the Chair.


3. Question Time

3.1 Finance

Questions were put to, and answered by, the Minister of Finance, Mr Conor Murphy.

The Principal Deputy Speaker took the Chair.


4. Executive Committee Business (cont'd)

4.1 Second Stage: Budget (No.2) Bill (NIA 24/17-22) (cont'd)

Debate resumed.

The Speaker took the Chair.

The Principal Deputy Speaker took the Chair.

The Budget (No. 2) Bill (NIA Bill 24/17-22) passed Second Stage with cross-community support (Division 1).

The Speaker took the Chair.

4.2 Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22)

Minister for Communities

The Minister for Communities, Ms Deirdre Hargey, moved the Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22).

Sixty-three amendments were tabled to the Bill and selected for debate.

Clauses

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 1 stand part of the Bill.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr Beggs, took the Chair.

After debate, Amendment 1 inserting new clause 'Removal of restrictions on late opening for on-sales on Sunday' was made on division (Division 2) and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 2 was not moved.

After debate, Amendment 3 to Clause 2 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed on division (Division 3) that Clause 2, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 3 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 4 to Clause 4 was made without division.

As Amendment 4 was made, Amendment 5 was not called.

After debate, Amendment 6 to Clause 4 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 4, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 5 stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 6 stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 7 stand part of the Bill.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, took the Chair.

The Principal Deputy Speaker took the Chair.

After debate, Amendment 7 inserting new clause 'Places of public entertainment: inclusion of cinemas' was made on division (Division 4) and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 8 was not moved.

After debate, Amendment 9 to Clause 8 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 10 was not moved.

As Amendment 10 was not moved, Amendment 11 was not called.

As Amendment 11 was not called, Amendment 12 was not called.

After debate, Amendment 13 to Clause 8 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 14 was not moved.

As Amendment 14 was not moved, Amendment 15 was not called.

After debate, Amendment 16 to Clause 8 was made without division.

As Amendment 8 was not moved, Amendment 17 was not called.

As Amendment 10 was not moved, Amendment 18 was not called.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 8, as amended, stand part of the Bill.
After debate, Amendment 20, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 21, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 22, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 23, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 24, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 25, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 26, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 27, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 28, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was negatived on division (Division 5).

After debate, Amendment 29, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was negatived on division (Division 6).

After debate, Amendment 30, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

As Amendment 30 was made, Amendment 31 was not called.

After debate, Amendment 32, as an amendment to Amendment 19, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 19 inserting new clause 'Sales and consumption of liquor in local producer's premises', as amended, was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 34, as an amendment to Amendment 33, was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 33 inserting new clause 'Restrictions on occasional licences', as amended, was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 9 and 10 stand part of the Bill.

The sitting was suspended at 11.57pm.
The sitting resumed at 12.08am.

After debate, Amendment 35 to Clause 11 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 36 to Clause 11 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 37 to Clause 11 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 38 to Clause 11 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 11, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 39 to Clause 12 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 12, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 13 and 14 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 40 to Clause 15 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 41 to Clause 15 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 42 to Clause 15 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 43 to Clause 15 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 15, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 16 and 17 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 44 inserting new clause 'Minimum unit pricing' was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 18 stand part of the Bill.

The Speaker took the Chair.

After debate, Amendment 45 inserting new clause 'Independent review of the licensing system and surrender principle', was made on division (Division 7) and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 46 inserting new clause 'Annual publication of the number of operational liquor licences', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.
The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 19 to 21 stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 22 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 47 inserting new clause 'Consent required for certain alterations to premises', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 23 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 48 inserting new clause 'Removal of restrictions on late opening on Sunday', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 24 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 49 inserting new clause 'Increase in number of authorisations for special occasions', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

As Amendment 49 was made, Amendment 50 was not called.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 25 and 26 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 51 to Clause 27 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 27, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 52 to Clause 28 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 28, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 53 to Clause 29 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 54 to Clause 29 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 55 to Clause 29 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 29, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 56 to Clause 30 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 57 to Clause 30 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 30, as amended, stand part of the Bill.
The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 31 and 32 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 58 inserting new clause 'Guidance', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 59 inserting new clause 'Review', was made without division and it was agreed that the new clause stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clauses 33 to 35 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 60 to Clause 36 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 36, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

Schedules

After debate, Amendment 61 to Schedule 1 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 62 to Schedule 1 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Schedule 1, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 63 to Schedule 2 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Schedule 2, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

Long Title

The question being put, the Long Title was agreed without division.

NIA Bill 10/17-22 stood referred to the Speaker.

 

5. Adjournment

Proposed:

That the Assembly do now adjourn.

The Speaker

The Assembly adjourned at 2.45am.

Mr Alex Maskey
The Speaker
8 June 2021

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 1

Second Stage: Budget (No. 2) Bill (NIA Bill 24/17-22)

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 80
Noes: 5

AYES
NATIONALIST:
Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms S Bradley, Ms Brogan, Mr Catney, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Mr Durkan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Ms Hunter, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin.

UNIONIST:
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Beggs, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mr Butler, Mrs Cameron, Mr Chambers, Mr Clarke, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stewart, Mr Storey, Mr Swann, Mr Weir.

OTHER:
Ms Armstrong, Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lyttle, Mr Muir.

Tellers for the Ayes: Ms Anderson, Ms Mullan.

NOES
UNIONIST:
Mr Allister, Ms Sugden.

OTHER:
Ms Bailey, Mr Carroll, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Noes: Mr Allister, Mr Carroll.

Total Votes              85       Total Ayes              80 [94.1%]
Nationalist Votes     38       Nationalist Ayes     38 [100.0%]
Unionist Votes         37       Unionist Ayes         35 [94.6%]
Other Votes              10       Other Ayes               7 [70.0%]

The motion was carried.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Ms Bradshaw, Mr Blair, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Mr Middleton, Miss McIlveen, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stalford, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Beggs, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald [Teller, Ayes], Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan [Teller, Ayes], Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Ms Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 2

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Amendment 1

Proposed:

New Clause
After clause 1 insert -
'Removal of restrictions on late opening for on-sales on Sunday
1A.—(1) In Article 30 of the Licensing Order (occasional licences), in paragraph (1)(c), for paragraphs (ii) and (iii) substitute—
"(ii) on Sundays, between half past 12 in the afternoon and 1 in the morning of the day next following,".
(2) In Article 42 of the Licensing Order (general permitted hours)—
(a) in paragraph (1), after sub-paragraph (a) and the following "and" insert—
"(aa) on Sundays, other than Christmas Day, from half past 12 in the afternoon to 11 in the evening; and",
(b) in paragraph (1)(c), for the words from "except" to "Christmas Day" substitute "on Christmas Day,", and
(c) in paragraph (3), for "paragraph (1)(c)" substitute "paragraph (1)(aa) and (c)".
(3) In Article 42 of the Licensing Order, after paragraph (1) insert—
"(1A) Neither paragraph (1)(aa) nor, in a year when Christmas Day is on a Sunday, paragraph (1)(c) applies in the case of premises of a kind mentioned in Article 5(1)(a) with respect to which a direction under Article 7(10) or 15(5)(a) is in force.".
(4) In Article 44 of the Licensing Order (orders for additional permitted hours), in paragraph (2), for the words from "the hours—" to "shall" substitute "the hours on any day from 11 in the evening to 1 in the morning of the day next following shall".
(5) In Article 45 of that Order (authorisations for additional permitted hours), in paragraph (1), for the words from "the hours—" to "in addition to" substitute "the hours on any day from 11 in the evening to 1 in the morning of the day next following in addition to".
(6) In Article 47 of that Order (extension licences), in paragraph (1)(b), for paragraphs (ii) and (iii) substitute—
"(ii) on Sundays, between half past 12 in the afternoon and 1 in the morning of the day next following,".'

Minister for Communities

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 58
Noes: 28

AYES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Mr Boylan, Ms S Bradley, Ms Bradshaw, Ms Brogan, Mr Butler, Mr Catney, Mr Chambers, Mr Dickson, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Mr Durkan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Ms Hunter, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lynch, Mr Lyttle, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Muir, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Mr Nesbitt, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Mr Stewart, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Ayes: Ms Brogan, Ms Ní Chuilín.

NOES
Mr Allister, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mrs Cameron, Mr Clarke, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stalford, Mr Storey, Mr Weir, Mr Wells.

Tellers for the Noes: Mr Allister, Mr Wells.

The following Member voted in both Lobbies and is therefore not counted in the result:
Mr Carroll.

The Amendment was made.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stalford, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan [Teller, Ayes], Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín [Teller, Ayes], Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 – Division 3

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Clause 2

Proposed:

That the clause stand part of the Bill

Minister for Communities

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 84
Noes: 2

AYES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Mr Boylan, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Ms S Bradley, Ms Bradshaw, Ms Brogan, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mr Butler, Mrs Cameron, Mr Catney, Mr Chambers, Mr Clarke, Mr Dickson, Ms Dillon, Mrs Dodds, Ms Dolan, Mr Dunne, Mr Durkan, Mr Easton, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Frew, Mr Gildernew, Mr Givan, Ms Hargey, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Ms Hunter, Mr Irwin, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lynch, Mr Lyons, Mr Lyttle, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Miss McIlveen, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Middleton, Mr Muir, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Newton, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Mr Stalford, Mr Stewart, Mr Storey, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Mr Weir, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Ayes: Ms Brogan, Ms Ní Chuilín.

NOES
Mr Allister, Mr Wells.

Tellers for the Noes: Mr Allister, Mr Wells.

The following Member voted in both Lobbies and is therefore not counted in the result:
Mr Carroll.

The motion was carried.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stalford, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan [Teller, Ayes], Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín [Teller, Ayes], Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 4

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Amendment 7

Proposed:

New Clause
After clause 7 insert -
'Places of public entertainment: inclusion of cinemas
7A.—(1) In Article 2 of the Licensing Order (interpretation) in paragraph 2—
(a) in the definition of "place of public entertainment", after sub-paragraph (a) insert—
"(aa) premises used for a film exhibition;"
(b) at the appropriate place insert—
"Film exhibition has the meaning assigned to it by Article 2 of The Cinemas (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 and means any premises licensed under Article 3 of this Order."
(2) In Article 42(3) of the Licensing Order (general permitted hours) after "theatre" insert "or a premises used for a film exhibition"'

Ms Claire Sugden

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 49
Noes: 36

AYES
Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mr Blair, Mr Boylan, Ms S Bradley, Ms Bradshaw, Ms Brogan, Mr Carroll, Mr Catney, Mr Dickson, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Mr Durkan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Ms Hunter, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lynch, Mr Lyttle, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Muir, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Ms Sugden, Miss Woods.
Tellers for the Ayes: Ms Sugden, Miss Woods.

NOES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Allister, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mr Butler, Mrs Cameron, Mr Chambers, Mr Clarke, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stewart, Mr Storey, Mr Swann, Mr Weir, Mr Wells.
Tellers for the Noes: Mr Easton, Mr Wells.

The Amendment was made.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton [Teller, Noes], Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 5

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Amendment 28

Proposed:

An amendment to Amendment 19
Clause 8A(2) leave out '4 in the afternoon to 10 in the evening' and insert '11 in the morning to 11 in the evening'

Ms Kellie Armstrong

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 21
Noes: 64

AYES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Butler, Mr Carroll, Mr Chambers, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle, Mr Muir, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Ayes: Mr Carroll, Miss Woods.

NOES
Mr Allister, Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Ms S Bradley, Ms Brogan, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mrs Cameron, Mr Catney, Mr Clarke, Ms Dillon, Mrs Dodds, Ms Dolan, Mr Dunne, Mr Durkan, Mr Easton, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Frew, Mr Gildernew, Mr Givan, Ms Hargey, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Ms Hunter, Mr Irwin, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr Lyons, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Miss McIlveen, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Middleton, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Mr Newton, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Mr Storey, Mr Weir, Mr Wells.

Tellers for the Noes: Mr Easton, Ms Ní Chuilín.

The Amendment was negatived.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton [Teller, Noes], Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín [Teller, Noes], Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 6

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Amendment 29

Proposed:

An amendment to Amendment 19
Clause 8A(2) leave out '4 in the afternoon to 10 in the evening' and insert '12 in the afternoon to 11 in the evening'

Miss Rachel Woods

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 21
Noes: 63

AYES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Butler, Mr Carroll, Mr Chambers, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle, Mr Muir, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Ayes: Mr Carroll, Miss Woods.

NOES
Mr Allister, Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Ms S Bradley, Ms Brogan, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mrs Cameron, Mr Catney, Mr Clarke, Ms Dillon, Mrs Dodds, Ms Dolan, Mr Dunne, Mr Durkan, Mr Easton, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Frew, Mr Gildernew, Mr Givan, Ms Hargey, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Ms Hunter, Mr Irwin, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Mr Lynch, Mr Lyons, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Miss McIlveen, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Middleton, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Mr Newton, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Mr Storey, Mr Weir, Mr Wells.

Tellers for the Noes: Mr Easton, Ms Mullan.

The Amendment was negatived.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton [Teller, Noes], Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan [Teller, Noes], Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

8 June 2021 - Division 7

Consideration Stage: Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 10/17-22) – Amendment 45

Proposed:

New Clause
Before clause 19 insert -
'Independent review of the licensing system and surrender principle
18A.—(1) The Department for Communities must, not later than 6 months after the date of Royal Assent of this Act, appoint an independent person to undertake a review of the licensing system, including the operation of the 'Surrender Principle', in Northern Ireland.
(2) The Department must, so far as is reasonable, ensure that the review mentioned in subsection (1) has regard to⁠—
(a) the social, health, economic and industry competition impact of the current licensing system in Northern Ireland,
(b) the distribution of licences in areas that are under-licensed, including but not limited to rural areas and tourist areas,
(c) the functioning of the 'Surrender Principle', including legislative options for reform to allow for the creation of new liquor licences for sale on premises, including specific options for the creation of licenses based on clear community need,
(d) draft options, where appropriate, to compensate existing license holders.
(3) The person must, not later than 1 year after their appointment, report and make recommendations on developing a liquor licensing system that is responsive to consumer and community needs in a changing social and economic environment, while taking due account of the public health concerns around alcohol-related health and social harms.
(4) The Department must⁠—
(a) lay the report before the Northern Ireland Assembly, and
(b) arrange for it to be published.
(5) The Department for Communities must, not later than six months after the date of the publication of the report mentioned in subsection (3), publish an action plan for addressing the recommendations contained in the report.
(6) The Minister for Communities, must, not later than six months after the date of the publication of the report mentioned in subsection (3), make an oral statement to the Northern Ireland Assembly on the Department's action plan for addressing the recommendations contained in the report.'

Mr Matthew O'Toole

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 57
Noes: 26

AYES
Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Ms S Bradley, Ms Bradshaw, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mr Butler, Mrs Cameron, Mr Carroll, Mr Catney, Mr Chambers, Mr Clarke, Mr Dickson, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Durkan, Mr Easton, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Ms Hunter, Mr Irwin, Mrs D Kelly, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyons, Mr Lyttle, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Miss McIlveen, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Middleton, Mr Muir, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Newton, Mr O'Toole, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stewart, Mr Storey, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Mr Weir, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Ayes: Mr Catney, Ms Sugden.

NOES
Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin.

Tellers for the Noes: Ms Ennis, Ms Ní Chuilín.

The Amendment was made.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Ms Armstrong voted for Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw, Mr Dickson, Mrs Long, Mr Lunn, Mr Lyttle and Mr Muir.

Ms Bunting voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Robinson, Mr Stalford, Mr Storey and Mr Weir.

Mr Butler voted for Mr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mr Beattie, Mrs Barton, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr O'Dowd voted for Ms Anderson, Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ennis [Teller, Noes], Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr Lynch, Mr McAleer, Mr McCann, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms Mullan, Mr Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín [Teller, Noes], Mrs O'Neill, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Mr O'Toole voted for Ms S Bradley, Mr Catney [Teller, Ayes], Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Mrs D Kelly, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin and Mr McNulty.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey.

Northern Ireland Assembly

Papers Presented to the Assembly on 8 June 2021

1. Acts of the Northern Ireland Assembly

2. Bills of the Northern Ireland Assembly

3. Orders in Council

4. Publications Laid in the Northern Ireland Assembly

5. Assembly Reports

Report of the Examiner of Statutory Rules to the Assembly and the Appropriate Committees Forty-first Report of Session 2020 – 2021 (NIA 107/17-22) (Examiner of Statutory Rules)

6. Statutory Rules

SR 2021/154 The Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (Amendment No. 4) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Department of Health)

SR 2021/155 The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Application of Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern Ireland) Order 1989) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Department of Justice)

SR 2021/156 The Police Act 1997 (Criminal Record Certificates: Relevant Matters) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Department of Justice)

For information only

Correction slip for Draft SR The Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2016 (Relevant Benefits) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Department of Justice)

7. Written Ministerial Statements

8. Consultation Documents

9. Departmental Publications

The Coronavirus Act 2020 Temporary Modification of Education Duties (No.33) Notice (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Department of Education)

10. Agency Publications

11. Westminster Publications

12. Miscellaneous Publications


Northern Ireland Assembly Legislation:

Stages in Consideration of Public Bills

First Stage: Introduction of Bill.

Second Stage: General debate of the Bill with an opportunity for Members to vote on its general principles.

Committee Stage (Comm. Stage): Detailed investigation by a Committee which concludes with the publication of a report for consideration by the Assembly.

Consideration Stage (CS): Consideration by the Assembly of, and an opportunity for Members to vote on, the details of the Bill including amendments proposed to the Bill.

Further Consideration Stage (FCS): Consideration by the Assembly of, and an opportunity for Members to vote on, further amendments to the Bill.

Final Stage: Passing or rejecting of Bill by the Assembly, without further amendment.

Royal Assent.

Proceedings as 8 June 2021

2017-2022 Mandate
Executive Bills

Title &
NIA Bill Number

First
Stage

Second Stage

Comm. Stage to Conclude

Report Ordered to be Printed

CS

FCS

Final Stage

Royal Assent

Budget Bill (NIA Bill 02/17-22)

24/02/20

25/02/20

/

/

02/03/20

03/03/20

09/03/20

26/03/20

Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill (NIA Bill 03/17-22)

31/03/20

28/04/20

15/10/20

15/10/20

17/11/20

15/12/20

18/01/21

01/03/21

Private Tenancies (Coronavirus Modifications) Bill (NIA Bill 04/17-22)

21/04/20

21/04/20

/

/

28/04/20

/

28/04/20

04/05/20

Budget (No. 2) Bill (NIA Bill 05/17-22)

26/05/20

26/05/20

/

/

01/06/20

02/06/20

02/06/20

17/06/20

Housing Amendment Bill (NIA Bill 06/17-22)

26/05/20

01/06/20

/

/

16/06/20

23/06/20

30/06/20

28/08/20

Pension Schemes Bill (NIA Bill 07/17-22)

23/06/20

07/07/20

29/01/21

19/11/20

04/05/21

17/05/21

01/06/21

 

Executive Committee (Functions) Bill (NIA Bill 08/17-22)

06/07/20

06/07/20

/

/

21/07/20

27/07/20

28/07/20

25/08/20

Budget (No. 3) Bill

(NIA Bill 09/17-22)

19/10/20

20/10/20

/

/

02/11/20

09/11/20

10/11/20

25/11/20

The Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill

(NIA Bill 10/17-22)

19/10/20

03/11/20

15/05/21

13/05/21

08/06/21

 

 

 

The Criminal Justice (Committal Reform) Bill (NIA Bill 11/17-22)

03/11/20

16/11/20

11/06/21

 

 

 

 

 

The Harbours (Grants and Loans Limit) Bill (NIA Bill 12/17-22)

23/11/20

01/12/20

/

/

14/12/20

19/01/21

25/01/21

01/03/21

Protection from Stalking Bill (NIA Bill 14/17-22)

18/01/20

08/02/21

10/12/21

 

 

 

 

 

The Damages (Return on Investment) Bill (NIA Bill 16/17-22)

01/03/21

09/03/21

28/10/21

 

 

 

 

 

Budget Bill (NIA Bill 17/17-22)

01/03/21

02/03/21

/

/

08/03/21

09/03/21

09/03/21

23/03/21

Health and Social Care Bill (NIA Bill 18/17/22)


08/03/21

 

16/03/21

01/10/21

 

 

 

 

 

Horse Racing (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 20/17-22)

13/04/21

26/04/21

28/01/22

 

 

 

 

 

The Financial Reporting (Departments and Public Bodies) Bill (NIA Bill 21/17-22)

01/06/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Bill (NIA Bill 22/17-22)

01/06/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Budget (No.2) Bill (NIA Bill 24/17-22)

07/06/21

08/06/21

/

/

 

 

 

 

2017-2022 Mandate
Non-Executive Bills

Title &
NIA Bill Number

First
Stage

Second Stage

Comm. Stage to Conclude

Report Ordered to be Printed

CS

FCS

Final Stage

Royal Assent

Functioning of Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (NIA Bill 01/17-22)

03/02/20

16/03/20

02/12/20

11/11/20

24/11/20

19/01/21

02/02/20

22/03/21

Assembly Members (Remuneration Board) Bill

(NIA Bill 13/17-22)

14/12/20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill

(NIA Bill 15/17-22)

16/02/21

15/03/21

19/11/21

 

 

 

 

 

Climate Change Bill (NIA Bill 19/17-22)

22/03/21

10/05/21

17/12/21

 

 

 

 

 

The Integrated Education Bill (NIA Bill 23/17-22)

01/06/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defamation Bill (NIA Bill 25/17-22)

07/06/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

/ Bills progressing by accelerated passage

PROXY VOTING NOTICES – TUESDAY 8 JUNE 2021

The following Members notified the Speaker, under Standing Order 112, that they wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements for the sitting on Tuesday 8 June 2021:

Steve Aiken

Dolores Kelly

Andy Allen

Gerry Kelly

Martina Anderson

Liz Kimmins

Caoimhe Archibald

Naomi Long

Clare Bailey

Trevor Lunn*

Rosemary Barton

Gordon Lyons

Doug Beattie

Séan Lynch

Roy Beggs

Chris Lyttle

Paula Bradshaw

Nichola Mallon

John Blair

Declan McAleer

Cathal Boylan

Fra McCann

Maurice Bradley

Daniel McCrossan

Paula Bradley

Patsy McGlone

Sinead Bradley

Colin McGrath

Nicola Brogan

Philip McGuigan

Keith Buchanan

Maolíosa McHugh

Tom Buchanan

Michelle McIlveen

Pam Cameron

Sinead McLaughlin

Pat Catney

Justin McNulty

Alan Chambers

Gary Middleton

Stewart Dickson

Andrew Muir

Linda Dillon

Karen Mullan

Diane Dodds

Conor Murphy

Jemma Dolan

Mike Nesbitt

Gordon Dunne

Robin Newton

Mark Durkan

Carál Ní Chuilín

Alex Easton

Michelle O’Neill

Sinead Ennis

Edwin Poots

Órlaithí Flynn

George Robinson

Colm Gildernew

Emma Rogan

Paul Givan

Pat Sheehan

Deirdre Hargey

Emma Sheerin

Harry Harvey

Christopher Stalford

David Hilditch

John Stewart

Cara Hunter

Mervyn Storey

William Irwin

Robin Swann

Declan Kearney

Peter Weir

* Only for the Consideration Stage of the Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill (NIA BILL 10/17-22)

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