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Business Of The House

Volume 463: debated on Monday 28 March 1949

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Motion made, and Question put,

"That the Proceedings on Government Business be exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of Standing Order No. 1 (Sittings of the House)."—[The Prime Minister.]

The House divided: Ayes, 192; Noes, 87.

Segal, Dr. SSwingler, S.Wheatley, Rt. Hn. John (Edinb'gh, E)
Shackleton, E. A. A.Taylor, H. B. (Mansfield)White, H. (Derbyshire, N.E.)
Sharp, GranvilleTaylor, R. J. (Morpeth)Whiteley, Rt. Hon. W.
Shawcross, Rt. Hn. Sir H. (St. Helens)Thomas, D. E. (Aberdare)Willey, F. T. (Sunderland)
Shurmer, P.Thurtle, ErnestWilley, O. G. (Cleveland)
Silverman, J. (Erdington)Timmons, J.Williams, D. J. (Neath)
Simmons, C. J.Tolley, L.Williams, Ronald (Wigan)
Skeffington, A. M.Tomlinson, Rt. Hen. G.Williams, Rt. Hon. T. (Don Valley)
Smith, C. (Colchester)Vernon, Maj. W. F.Williams, W. T. (Hammersmith, S.)
Smith, H. N. (Nottingham, S.)Viant, S. P.Williams, W. R. (Heston)
Solley, L. J.Wadsworth, G.Willis, E.
Soskice, Rt. Hon. Sir FrankWallace, G. D. (Chislehurst)Wise, Major F. J.
Sparks, J. A.Watkins, T. E.Yates, V. F.
Stamford, W.Webb, M. (Bradford, C.)
Strauss, Rt. Hon. G. R. (Lambeth)Weitzman, D.

TELLERS FOR THE AYES:

Summerskill, Rt. Hon. EdithWalls, P. L. (Faversham)Mr. Hannan and Mr. Bowden.

NOES

Agnew, Cmdr. P. G.Harvey, Air-Comdre, A. V.Poole, O. B. S. (Oswestry)
Amory, D. HeathcoatHead, Brig. A. H.Raikes, H. V.
Baldwin, A. E.Holmes, Sir J. Stanley (Harwich)Reed, Sir S. (Aylesbury)
Birch, NigelHudson, Rt. Hon. R. S. (Southport)Robertson, Sir D. (Streatham)
Bossom, A. C.Hulbert, Whig-Cdr. N. J.Ropner, Col. L.
Bower, N.Hutchison, Col. J. R. (Glasgow, C.)Ross, Sir R. D. (Londonderry)
Boyd-Carpenter, J. A.Jeffreys, General Sir G.Savory, Prof. D. L.
Braithwaite, Lt.-Comdr. J. G.Keeling, E. H.Shepherd, W. S. (Bucklow)
Bromley-Davenport, Lt.-Col. W.Lambert, Hon. G.Smith, E. P. (Ashford)
Buchan-Hepburn, P. G. T.Lancaster, Col. C. G.Smithers, Sir W.
Bullock, Capt. M.Langford-Holt, J.Spearman, A. C. M.
Butcher, H. W.Legge-Bourke, Maj. E. A. H.Stanley, Rt. Hon. O.
Clarke, Col. R. S.Lennox-Boyd, A. T.Strauss, Henry (English Universities)
Cooper-Key, E. M.Lloyd, Selwyn (Wirral)Studholme, H. G.
Crookshank, Capt. Rt. Hon. H. F. C.Lucas, Major Sir J.Taylor, Vice-Adm. E. A. (P'dd't'n, S.)
Crowder, Capt. John E.Lucas-Tooth, Sir H.Teeling, William
Cuthbert, W. N.MacAndrew, Col. Sir C.Thomas, Ivor (Keighley)
Darling, Sir W. Y.McCorquodale, Rt. Hon. M. SThorneycroft, G. E. P. (Monmouth)
De Ia Bère, R.Mackeson, Brig. H. R.Touche, G. C.
Dodds-Parker, A. D.McKie, J. H. (Gaffbway)Turton, R. H.
Dower, Cor A. V. G. (Penrith)MacLeod, J.Tweedsmuir, Lady
Drewe, C.Maitland, Comdr, J. W.Wakefield, Sir W. W.
Dugdale, Maj. Sir T. (Richmond)Marlowe, A. A H.Watt, Sir G. S. Harvie
Eccles, D. M.Marsden, Capt. A.Webbe, Sir H. (Abbey)
Erroll, F. J.Marshall, D. (Bodmin)Williams, C. (Torquay)
Fleming, Sqn.-Ldr. E. L.Medlicott, Brigadier F.Willoughby de Eresby, Lord
Fraser, Sir I. (Lonsdale.)Mellor, Sir J.Young, Sir A. S. L. (Partick)
Gammans, L. D.Morris-Jones, Sir H.
George, Maj. Rt. Hn. C. Lloyd (P'ke)Nicholson, G.

TELLERS FOR THE NOES:

Gridley, Sir A.Niel, B. (Chester)Major Conant and Colonel Wheatley.