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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022

Report stage

Session 2021-22

Looking for a marshalled list of amendments? Please go to publications.

Lords Hansard - Part 1
8 December 2021
Lords
Lords Hansard - Part 2
8 December 2021
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings
8 December 2021
Lords

Lords Hansard - Part 1
13 December 2021
Lords
Lords Hansard - Part 2
13 December 2021
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings
13 December 2021
Lords

Lords Hansard - Part 1
15 December 2021
Lords
Lords Hansard - Part 2
15 December 2021
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings
15 December 2021
Lords

Lords Hansard - Part 1
10 January 2022
Lords
Lords Hansard - Part 2
10 January 2022
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings - Part 1
10 January 2022
Lords
Minutes of Proceedings - Part 2
10 January 2022
Lords

12 January 2022
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings
12 January 2022
Lords

17 January 2022
Lords

Minutes of Proceedings - Part 1
17 January 2022
Lords
Minutes of Proceedings - Part 2
17 January 2022
Lords

What is report stage?

Report stage gives all members of the Lords a further opportunity to examine and make amendments (changes) to a Bill.

It usually starts 14 days after committee stage has concluded and can be spread over several days (but is generally shorter than committee stage).

Before report stage takes place

Before report stage begins, amendments are gathered together and placed in order, then published in the 'marshalled list'. Updated lists are produced before the start of each day of committee stage.

What happens at report stage?

During report stage detailed examination of the Bill continues. Any member of the Lords can take part and votes on any amendments may take place.

What happens after report stage?

After report stage, the Bill is reprinted to include all the agreed amendments. The Bill then moves to third reading, a further chance for the Lords to discuss and amend the Bill as it nears conclusion.

If the Bill is amended it is reprinted to include all the agreed amendments. The Bill moves to third reading - the final chance for the Lords to amend the Bill.