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hybrid bill

in the constitutional law of the UK, a bill that is introduced as a public bill but that affects a private interest in such a way that it resembles a private bill. It follows a procedure like that of a private bill but does not include a process for allowing objectors to be heard.
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A consultation last year revealed the tight timetable, saying: The Government would expect to introduce the hybrid Bill in October, 2013.
But they will push it through, even via a hybrid bill which is like a dictatorship rather than democracy.
Now the Government has released it, together with a promise from Transport Secretary Alistair Darling--not to build Crossrail, you understand, but to promote a Hybrid Bill to allow it to be built sometime in the future, if they ever got around to a real decision.
They could pass an amendment directly by a vote of the legislature, in which case, says Foley, the measure would certainly be a hybrid bill that would include domestic-partnership rights and other benefits rather than simply ban same-sex marriage.
She led on all aspects of HS2 before becoming the managing director of its development where she successfully delivered the UK's largest-ever hybrid bill and now acts as an adviser on the project and is also a non-executive director at water watchdog Ofwat.
The allocations were made by Cathy Elliott, the independent chair of the CEF and BLEF funds, following recommendations from the House of Commons HS2 hybrid Bill Select Committee.
The economic benefit has been recognised by MPs of all parties who voted strongly in favour of HS2 at the second reading of the Hybrid Bill, and the Transport Select Committee has been clear the scheme is the only practical way to significantly increase rail capacity.
It follows evidence given by HS2 Ltd technical director Andrew McNaughton to the HS2 Hybrid Bill Committee.
The nine-year-old told the HS2 Hybrid Bill Committee that the new rail line will run over a viaduct opposite his mum's house in Balsall Common and will disrupt his sleep, while construction works threaten to affect roads in the area for many years.
The funding would provide the working capital needed for Severn Tidal Energy to carry out the indepth environmental and economic impact assessments required by the UK Government before giving any approval, potential through a hybrid bill.
He said: "By voting in favour of the hybrid Bill, Parliament has made a clear commitment to a key part of the Government's long term economic plan.