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I congratulate the hon. Member for Glasgow South (Stewart Malcolm McDonald) on bringing this Bill before the House.
Certainly not; I am going as fast as I can. The activities carried out during such a trial assessment would not constitute work.
If the hon. Gentleman was able to take the case he mentioned to HMRC and it was resolved, why is there a need for new legislation?
Let me get to the end of my speech. I am very pleased that, as we heard from my hon.
No, I am not entirely comfortable with that.
Absolutely. My hon. Friend reads my mind; he has obviously been looking ahead at what I am about to say.
I have not read it, but I would be extremely interested to do so, so I will look at it. I thank the hon. and learned Lady.
There is a lot to be said for what my hon. Friend says.
It is a privilege and a pleasure to follow the hon.
As I am sure no one would disagree, it would only be in the interests of people traffickers—no one else—for children to be encouraged to