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EXTRADITION BILL

EDM (Early Day Motion) 301: tabled on 05 December 2002

Tabled in the 2002-03 session.

This motion has been signed by 42 Members. It has not yet had any amendments submitted.

As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.

Motion text

That this House expresses its concerns at proposals in the Extradition Bill allowing British citizens to be extradited for offences that are not criminal in the UK; believes that extradition should only apply to serious offences to guard against thousands of individuals being sent abroad for very minor or trivial offences; further believes that the list of offences in the Bill that can give rise to extradition is too vague and too wide and includes unacceptably ambiguous offences such as computer related crime; and further believes that the passage of the Bill represents a serious and unwarranted attack on the civil liberties of all those resident in the United Kingdom.

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.

In addition to the sponsors, the following Members have signed to support the motion.

Evans, Mr Nigel
Conservative
Signed on 19 March 2003
Ribble Valley
Flight, Mr Howard
Conservative
Signed on 18 December 2002
Arundel and South Downs
Flook, Mr Adrian
Conservative
Signed on 12 December 2002
Taunton
Garnier, Mr Edward
Conservative
Signed on 12 December 2002
Harborough
Gillan, Mrs Cheryl
Conservative
Signed on 11 December 2002
Chesham and Amersham
Gray, Mr James
Conservative
Signed on 11 December 2002
North Wiltshire
Grieve, Mr Dominic
Conservative
Signed on 5 December 2002
Beaconsfield
Hammond, Mr Philip
Conservative
Signed on 25 February 2003
Runnymede and Weybridge
Hawkins, Mr Nick
Conservative
Signed on 5 December 2002
Surrey Heath
Heald, Mr Oliver
Conservative
Signed on 21 January 2003
North East Hertfordshire
Horam, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 23 January 2003
Orpington
Hunter, Mr Andrew
Independent Conservative
Signed on 19 December 2002
Basingstoke
Lewis, Dr Julian
Conservative
Signed on 12 December 2002
New Forest East
Llwyd, Mr Elfyn
Plaid Cymru
Signed on 12 December 2002
Meirionnydd Nant Conwy
Loughton, Tim
Conservative
Signed on 16 December 2002
East Worthing and Shoreham
Luff, Peter
Conservative
Signed on 16 January 2003
Mid Worcestershire
Maclean, David
Conservative
Signed on 9 December 2002
Penrith and The Border
Malins, Mr Humfrey
Conservative
Signed on 5 December 2002
Woking
McIntosh, Miss Anne
Conservative
Signed on 19 December 2002
Vale of York
Murrison, Dr Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 17 December 2002
Westbury
Osborne, Mr George
Conservative
Signed on 12 December 2002
Tatton
Paice, Mr James
Conservative
Signed on 23 June 2003
South East Cambridgeshire
Randall, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 7 January 2003
Uxbridge
Redwood, Mr John
Conservative
Signed on 9 January 2003
Wokingham
Roe, Mrs Marion
Conservative
Signed on 9 December 2002
Broxbourne
Rosindell, Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 9 January 2003
Romford
Selous, Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 24 March 2003
South West Bedfordshire
Spelman, Mrs Caroline
Conservative
Signed on 17 December 2002
Meriden
Spink, Bob
Conservative
Signed on 11 December 2002
Castle Point
Swire, Mr Hugo
Conservative
Signed on 10 December 2002
East Devon
Waterson, Mr Nigel
Conservative
Signed on 10 December 2002
Eastbourne
Watkinson, Angela
Conservative
Signed on 18 December 2002
Upminster
Wiggin, Bill
Conservative
Signed on 17 December 2002
Leominster
Wilshire, Mr David
Conservative
Signed on 10 December 2002
Spelthorne
Winterton, Ann
Conservative
Signed on 11 December 2002
Congleton
Winterton, Sir Nicholas
Conservative
Signed on 11 December 2002
Macclesfield

There are no withdrawn signatures for this motion.