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Business Of The House

Volume 415: debated on Tuesday 30 October 1945

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With reference to the second Order on the Paper to-day—Bank of England [Money]—may I ask the Leader of the House what time the Government propose to allow for the discussion of that Resolution to-day, because I wish to draw attention to the very narrow terms of the Resolution, which in its present form, would prevent the Committee from amending the financial Clauses of the Bill.

It is proposed to take this Order to-morrow. We understood that it was agreed officially, with the Opposition, that it should go through, but, in fact, we are not taking it until to-morrow.