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Standing Orders

Volume 155: debated on Wednesday 21 June 1922

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71A.— Money Committees.

Notwithstanding any Standing Order or custom of the House, if notice is given of a Resolution authorising expenditure in connection with a Bill, the House may, if the recommendation of the Crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the Paper resolve itself into Committee to consider the Resolution, and the Resolution, when reported, may be considered forthwith by the House.

Amendments made: Leave out the words, "Notwithstanding any Standing Order or custom of the House, if notice is," and insert instead thereof the words, "When notice has been."

Leave out the words, "and the Resolution when reported may he considered forthwith by the House."—[ Sir F. Banbury.]

The remaining Orders were read, and postponed.

It being after half-past Eleven of the Clock, Mr. DEPUTY-SPEAKER adjourned the House, without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.

Adjourned at Five minutes before Twelve o'Clock.