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Business Of The House

Volume 165: debated on Friday 19 January 1990

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Ordered,

That, at the sitting on Wednesday 24th January, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1)(b) of Standing Order No. 14 (Exempted business), the Motions in the name of Mr. Secretary Walker relating to Local Government Finance (Wales) may be proceeded with. though opposed, for one and a half hours after the first of them has been entered upon, and Mr. Speaker shall at the end of that period put any Questions necessary to dispose of proceedings on those Motions.

That, at the sitting on Thursday 25th January,—

  • (1) notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Orders Nos. 14 (Exempted business) and 15 (Prayers against statutory instruments, &c., (negative procedure)), Mr. Speaker shall not later than Seven o'clock put any Questions necessary to dispose of proceedings on the Motions in the names of Mr. Secretary Rifkind relating to Housing (Scotland) and Local Government (Scotland) and of Mr. Neil Kinnock relating to Housing (Scotland); and
  • (2) notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order No. 14 (Exempted business), the Motions in the names of the Prime Minister relating to Shipping (Dangerous Goods) and of Mr. Neil Kinnock relating to Merchant Shipping may be proceeded with, though opposed, for one and a half hours after the first of them has been entered upon; and, if proceedings thereon have not previously been disposed of, Mr. Speaker shall at the end of that period put the Question already proposed from Chair; and no further such motion shall be made—[Mr. Chapman.]