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Bills Presented

Volume 480: debated on Thursday 9 November 1950

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Festival Of Britain (Sunday Opening) Bill

"to legalise, or remove doubts about the legality of, the opening on Sunday of certain places of public resort to be provided as part of the Festival of Britain. 1951," presented by Mr. Herbert Morrison; supported by the Attorney-General; read the First time; to be read a Second time Tomorrow, and to be printed.[Bill 11.]

Dangerous Drugs (Amendment Bill)

"to facilitate the consolidation of enactments relating to dangerous drugs by removing limitations on the extension to Northern Ireland of certain Acts amending the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1920, repealing the corresponding Acts of the Parliament of Northern Ireland and making necessary consequential amendments; and to make, as respects dangerous drugs, certain other amendments of law which are requisite in consequence of the supersession of the League of Nations by the United Nations or expedient with a view to the consolidation of such enactments as aforesaid," presented by Mr. Ede; supported by Mr. Bevan and Mr. McNeil; read the First time; to be read a Second time Tomorrow, and to be printed. [Bill 12.]