Clause 16 - Slavery and trafficking prevention orders on application

Part of Modern Slavery Bill – in a Public Bill Committee am 2:45 pm ar 9 Medi 2014.

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Photo of David Hanson David Hanson Shadow Minister (Home Affairs) 2:45, 9 Medi 2014

Given that that is the Minister’s view, what would happen if, in an appeal under clause 22, I, as the recipient of an order said, “I don’t live in the area  any more, I am not in the area now and I do not intend to come back again”? We would then be reliant on one police force telling others to look at that person and then there are further potential defences. I am trying to box this off: the addition of amendment 68 would not water down subsection (4)(a) and (b), but give further potential, because that chief officer of police would have the most local knowledge.