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Clause 50—(Provisions As To Northern Ireland)

Volume 439: debated on Friday 11 July 1947

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Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Clause stand part of the Bill."

We ask the Committee to leave out Clause 50 of the Bill in order to substitute a new Clause, which will enable us to apply the Bill as a whole to Northern Ireland, with such necessary Amendments as are required by the different system of law and administration in that country.

Question put, and negatived.

Clause 51 ordered to stand part of the Bill.