Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill Baroness Williams of Trafford made a statement on Legislative Consent. The bill was read a third time. Amendments 1 to 8 were agreed to. Baroness Williams of Trafford moved that this bill do now pass. Then Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb moved, as an amendment to the motion, to leave out from “that” to the end and insert “this House declines to allow the bill to pass because the bill (1) grants blanket prior legal immunity for otherwise criminal conduct without sufficient safeguards or oversight, (2) provides no system of prior judicial authorisation, (3) does not recover profits obtained under a Criminal Conduct Authorisation which could include proceeds from the sale of drugs, weapons, human trafficking and slavery, (4) fails to provide compensation to victims of crimes authorised under the bill, and (5) represents a significant expansion of undercover policing despite, and without regard to, the ongoing Undercover Policing Inquiry.” After debate, the amendment was disagreed to (see division 1) and the bill was passed and returned to the Commons with amendments.