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Private Business

Volume 411: debated on Monday 11 June 1945

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Weaver Navigation Bill

As amended, considered; to be read the Third time.

NORTH DEVON WATER BOARD BILL [ Lords]

Read a Second time, and committed.

PORT GLASGOW GAS AND BURGH ORDER CONFIRMATION BILL [ Lords]

Read the Third time, and passed, without Amendment.

Private Bills

Ordered:

"That Standing Orders 88 and 208, relating to Private Bills, be suspended."

Ordered:

"That, as regards Private Bills to be returned by the House of Lords with Amendments, such Amendments (if unopposed) shall be considered forthwith."

Ordered:

"That as regards Private Bills returned, or to be returned, by the House of Lords with Amendments, the consideration of such Amendments (if opposed) shall be deferred until some future day at the time at which private business is usually taken or until half-past seven of the clock on any day not being a Friday as the Chairman of Ways and Means may determine."

Ordered:

"That, when it is intended to propose any Amendments thereto, a copy of such Amendments shall be deposited in the Committee and Private Bill Office, and notice given on the day on which the Bill is returned from the House of Lords."—[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]

Business Of The House

I desire to ask the acting Leader of the House whether he can make any statement with regard to the Industrial Injuries (Insurance) Bill?

Yes, Sir, there have been discussions on this subject. My right hon. Friend the Minister of National Insurance is giving notice to-day of the presentation of this Bill, in the form in which it was prepared by the late Government. The Explanatory Memorandum will also be published.

Message From The Lords

That they have agreed to—

Distribution of Industry Bill, without Amendment.