V938 - National Security Bill 2016 Watch

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As many are of the opinion, Aye (29)
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On the contrary, No (11)
24.44%
Abstain (5)
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B938 - National Security Bill 2016, TSR Conservative and Unionist Party
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Increase the effort to protect the UK with focus on counter-terrorism.

BE IT ENACTED by The Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, in accordance with the provisions of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1 Interpretation
In this Act—
“extremists” means individuals who support or commit ideologically-motivated violence.

2 Deportation of individuals promoting terrorism
(1) Any immigrant found guilty of promoting terrorism shall be deported from the country.
(2) If the individual is a UK national, or deportation is impossible, the passport will be seized.
(3) If the individual holds dual citizenship, their British citizenship will be revoked and they will be subject to 2(4) or 2(1).
(4) If a British individual is found guilty for promoting terrorism they shall be sentenced to a minimum of 10 years in prison.

3 Closure of congregations that promote radical ideology
(1) Any centre of congregation that is found promoting extremist ideology shall be considered for closure.
(2) The closure shall be decided by a local judge based on available evidence.

4 Short title and extent
(1) This Act may be cited as the National Security Act 2016.
(2) This Act extends to the whole of the United Kingdom.
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Spoiler: show We are in a time where the world is facing the worst threat it has ever seen since the end of the Cold War. Radical Islamic terrorism has gained territorial ground in Iraq, Syria, Libya and various African regions. The objective of these jihadist groups is striking fear in the West, with their objective being making us live in constant terror. But the West must not submit to these threats.

This Act will provide the tools our anti-terrorism forces need to fight the menace of ISIS and related organizations. As a country, our main focus must be doing all we can to protect our citizens. After Paris, San Bernardino, Philadelphia, Jakarta and many other attacks, it is our moral duty to do all in our power to prevent future attacks in the UK because if one does happen, and blood is spilled, the people will ask if all possible actions were taken by their leaders to prevent the attack.
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Life_peer I trust you don't mind my taking the liberty of amending the numbering to reflect the omission?
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Life_peer I trust you don't mind my taking the liberty of amending the numbering to reflect the omission?
Not at all, thank you very much for your help!
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Did I say nay before? Can't remember

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Ayes to the right: 29
Noes to the left: 11
Abstain: 5

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