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MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE—WORKPLACE RELATIONS AMENDMENT (FAIR DISMISSAL) BILL 2002

Message No. 83, 28 June 2002 a.m., from the Senate was reported returning the Workplace Relations Amendment (Fair Dismissal) Bill 2002 and acquainting the House that the Senate insists upon its amendments disagreed to by the House of Representatives and desires the reconsideration of the Bill by the House in respect of the amendments.

Mr Abbott (Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations) moved—That the message be considered forthwith.

Mr Latham rising to address the House—

Closure

Mr Abbott moved—That the question be now put.

Question—That the question be now put—put.

The House divided (the Speaker, Mr J. N. Andrew, in the Chair)—

AYES, 75

Mr AbbottMrs DraperMrs D. M. KellyMr Ruddock
Mr AndersonMr DuttonDr KempMr Schultz
Fran BaileyMrs ElsonMr P. E. KingMr Scott
Mr BairdMr EntschMrs LeyMr Slipper
Mr BaldwinMr FarmerMr LindsayMr A. D. H. Smith
Mr BarresiMr Forrest*Mr LloydMr Somlyay
Mr BartlettMrs GallusMr McArthur*Dr Southcott
Mr BillsonMs GambaroMr I. E. MacfarlaneDr Stone
Mrs B. K. BishopMrs GashMr McGauranMr C. P. Thompson
Ms J. I. BishopMr GeorgiouMrs MayMr Ticehurst
Mr BroughMr HaaseMrs MoylanMr Tollner
Mr CadmanMr HardgraveMr NairnMr Truss
Mr CameronMr HartsuykerDr NelsonMr Tuckey
Mr CausleyMr HawkerMr NevilleMrs D. S. Vale
Mr CharlesMr HockeyMs PanopoulosMr Wakelin
Mr CioboMrs HullMr PearceDr Washer
Mr CobbMr HuntMr ProsserMr Williams
Mr CostelloMr JohnsonMr PyneMs Worth
Mr DownerMr JullMr Randall

NOES, 60

Mr AdamsMr FitzgibbonDr LawrenceMr Quick*
Mr AlbaneseMs GeorgeMs LivermoreMr Ripoll
Mr BevisMr GibbonsMr McClellandMs Roxon
Mr BreretonMs GillardMs J. S. McFarlaneMr Rudd
Mr ByrneMs GriersonMr McLeayMr Sciacca
Mr CoxMr GriffinMr McMullanMr Sercombe
Mr CreanMs HallDr MartinMr Sidebottom
Mrs CrosioMr HattonMr MelhamMr S. F. Smith
Mr Danby*Ms HoareMr MossfieldMr Snowdon
Mr EdwardsMrs IrwinMr MurphyMr Swan
Ms EllisMs JacksonMs O'ByrneMr Tanner
Mr EmersonMr JenkinsMr B. P. O'ConnorMr K. J. Thomson
Mr EvansMr KerrMr G. M. O'ConnorMs Vamvakinou
Mr L. D. T. FergusonMs C. F. KingMs PlibersekMr Wilkie
Mr M. J. FergusonMr LathamMr PriceMr Zahra

* Tellers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.

And the question—That the message be considered forthwith—was put accordingly, and passed.

Mr Abbott moved—That the House insists on disagreeing to the amendments insisted on by the Senate.

Debate ensued.

Question—put.

The House divided (the Speaker, Mr J. N. Andrew, in the Chair)—

AYES, 77

Mr AbbottMr DownerMrs D. M. KellyMr Schultz
Mr AndersonMrs DraperDr KempMr Scott
Mr K. J. AndrewsMr DuttonMr P. E. KingMr Slipper
Mr AnthonyMrs ElsonMrs LeyMr A. D. H. Smith
Fran BaileyMr EntschMr LindsayMr Somlyay
Mr BairdMr FarmerMr LloydDr Southcott
Mr BaldwinMr Forrest*Mr McArthur*Dr Stone
Mr BarresiMrs GallusMr I. E. MacfarlaneMr C. P. Thompson
Mr BartlettMs GambaroMr McGauranMr Ticehurst
Mr BillsonMrs GashMrs MayMr Tollner
Mrs B. K. BishopMr GeorgiouMrs MoylanMr Truss
Ms J. I. BishopMr HaaseMr NairnMr Tuckey
Mr BroughMr HardgraveDr NelsonMrs D. S. Vale
Mr CadmanMr HartsuykerMr NevilleMr Wakelin
Mr CameronMr HawkerMs PanopoulosDr Washer
Mr CausleyMr HockeyMr PearceMr Williams
Mr CharlesMrs HullMr ProsserMs Worth
Mr CioboMr HuntMr Pyne
Mr CobbMr JohnsonMr Randall
Mr CostelloMr JullMr Ruddock

NOES, 60

Mr AdamsMr FitzgibbonDr LawrenceMr Quick*
Mr AlbaneseMs GeorgeMs LivermoreMr Ripoll
Mr BevisMr GibbonsMr McClellandMs Roxon
Mr BreretonMs GillardMs J. S. McFarlaneMr Rudd
Mr ByrneMs GriersonMr McLeayMr Sciacca
Mr CoxMr GriffinMr McMullanMr Sercombe
Mr CreanMs HallDr MartinMr Sidebottom
Mrs CrosioMr HattonMr MelhamMr S. F. Smith
Mr Danby*Ms HoareMr MossfieldMr Snowdon
Mr EdwardsMrs IrwinMr MurphyMr Swan
Ms EllisMs JacksonMs O'ByrneMr Tanner
Mr EmersonMr JenkinsMr B. P. O'ConnorMr K. J. Thomson
Mr EvansMr KerrMr G. M. O'ConnorMs Vamvakinou
Mr L. D. T. FergusonMs C. F. KingMs PlibersekMr Wilkie
Mr M. J. FergusonMr LathamMr PriceMr Zahra

* Tellers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.

On the motion of Mr Abbott, the Bill was laid aside.