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B831 - Hunting Bill 2015, The Hon. Saracen’s Fez MP
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Hunting Bill 2015
An Act to extent the Hunting Act to Scotland

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's most excellent Majesty, in accordance with the provisions of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949, and by the authority of the same, as follows:-

1: Implementation
(1) The Hunting Act 2004 shall remain in place in England and Wales.
(2) The Hunting Act 2004 shall extend to Scotland.

2: Commencement, Short Title and Extent
(1) This Act may be cited as the Hunting Act 2015.
(2) This Act shall extend to the United Kingdom; and
(3) Shall come into force immediately.


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Following the SNP’s decision to not support the amendment to the Hunting Act, the provisions should be applied equally to Scotland.

This will also lock the Hunting Act into place in TSRland should it be amended or repealed in real life.
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So a bill which attacks the powers of the Scottish government and does nothing else?
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Let's make use of the new Canon Amendment.

The SNP have made their bed, so they should lie in it.
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So a bill which attacks the powers of the Scottish government and does nothing else?
Also retains the Hunting Act on TSR should it be repealed in RL.
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So a bill which attacks the powers of the Scottish government and does nothing else?
I think more importantly they want to protect this vile act from RL amendments or repeals.
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Also retains the Hunting Act on TSR should it be repealed in RL.
im happy with it but it seems so little, I have a bigger bill to protect the hunting act in the works anyway...

(Original post by Jammy Duel)
I think more importantly they want to protect this vile act from RL amendments or repeals.
It should be protected
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NAY NAY NAY A million times NAY.

I am glad I live in NI where this act doesn't apply in the MHOC or in real life.

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NAY NAY NAY A million times NAY.

I am glad I live in NI where this act doesn't apply in the MHOC or in real life.

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What are the rules in NI?
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What are the rules in NI?
There are some protected species which you can't shoot out of season for example ducks

But the likes of foxes, banned in this legislation can be shot whenever in NI. Although the usual shooting safety restrictions eg. A certain distance away from road/ houses is still in place.
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Also retains the Hunting Act on TSR should it be repealed in RL.
I don't really think this is important enough as a matter to overrule Hollyrood. With Adam's information, the extent needs changing in 2.2 to exclude NI.
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I don't really think this is important enough as a matter to overrule Hollyrood. With Adam's information, the extent needs changing in 2.2 to exclude NI.
A Hunting Bill was introduced into the Northern Ireland Assembly but*rejected*in December 2010.
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I don't really think this is important enough as a matter to overrule Hollyrood. With Adam's information, the extent needs changing in 2.2 to exclude NI.
Never.

As politicians have described it in the past; Northern Ireland is a special place- and as such consideration needs to be taken in for this.
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There is no MHolyrood so I see no problem in 'overriding' them.
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There is no MHolyrood so I see no problem in 'overriding' them.
Hear Hear
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im happy with it but it seems so little, I have a bigger bill to protect the hunting act in the works anyway...


It should be protected
prejudice and discrimination should not be protected, or let's try throwing out all our race, gender, age, sexuality etc anti-discrimination laws and see how that goes...
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prejudice and discrimination should not be protected, or let's try throwing out all our race, gender, age, sexuality etc anti-discrimination laws and see how that goes...
Discrimination against who?!
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Is there a clear explanation of the constitutional relationship between MHoC and Parliament somewhere? How do doctrines such as parliamentary sovereignty operate? It's pretty clear that for this Bill to work, there needs to be a clear understanding of such constitutional rules.
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Nay.
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Is there a clear explanation of the constitutional relationship between MHoC and Parliament somewhere? How do doctrines such as parliamentary sovereignty operate? It's pretty clear that for this Bill to work, there needs to be a clear understanding of such constitutional rules.
MHoC overrules RL.
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MHoC overrules RL.
Including subsequent RL Acts?
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