2. Advance decisions, as defined in the Mental Capacity Act, can
be applied to mental health conditions, including an advance
decision to refuse detention and/or treatment, provided that
this decision is regularly renewed by the individual, with a formal
assessment of capacity required on each renewal.
3. Restriction Orders are not used unjustifiably to detain, rather
than treat, patients; in particular, the Restriction Orders'
presumption for lifelong detention should be reviewed to ensure
it is not unduly discriminatory against individuals with mental
Applicability: England and Wales.
Mover: 7 minutes; summation of motion and movers and summation of any
amendments: 4 minutes; all other speakers: 3 minutes. For eligibility and
procedure for speaking in this debate, see page 4.
The deadline for amendments to this motion is 13.00, Monday 3 September; see
page 4. Amendments selected for debate will be printed in Sunday's Conference
Daily. The deadline for requests for separate votes is 09.00 Saturday 15
September; see page 3.
In addition to speeches from the platform, voting members will be able to make
concise (maximum one minute) interventions from the floor during the debate
on the motion. See pages 3 and 4 for further information.
11.00 Policy motion
Chair: Geoff Payne (Chair, FCC). Aide: Cllr Nick da Costa (Vice Chair, FCC).
Hall Aide: Zoë O'Connell (Vice Chair, FCC).
F16 A Fair Deal for Everyone: Prosperity and Dignity in Migration
(Immigration and Identity Policy Paper)
Federal Policy Committee
Mover: Rt Hon Sir Ed Davey MP (Spokesperson on Home Affairs).
Summation: Thais Portilho (Vice Chair, Policy Working Group).
Conference celebrates the positive impact migration has had on the
United Kingdom - its culture, economy and standing in the world,
Conference rejects the Government's hostile language and policies
Sunday 16 September