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Private Members' Bills

Volume 171: debated on Friday 27 April 1990

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Poll Tax (Restoration Of Individual Privacy) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

With the agreement of the proposer, Friday 4 May.

On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. Does it not seem rather odd that, on a day when Ministers are making contradictory statements about the future of the poll tax, when we have an opportunity to debate it in the House, another Minister objects? One Minister says that the Government will change it, the Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary says that they will change it, yet he is trying to stop it. We have reached a tidy state of affairs.

Order. We have heard that point of order twice already this morning, and it is not acceptable.

Political Parties (Income And Expenditure) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Second Reading deferred till Friday 4 May.

National Health Service Hospitals (Opting Out) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Second Reading deferred till Friday 4 May.

Telecommunications Act 1984 (Amendment) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Second Reading deferred till Friday 11 May.

Greyhound Betting Levy Bill

Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Second Reading [ 16 February].

Second Reading deferred till Friday 4 May.

Football Spectators Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Second Reading deferred till Friday 4 May.

British Racing Commission Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Second Reading deferred till Friday 4 May.

Radioactive Material (Road Transport) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

Read a Second time, and committed to a Standing Committee pursuant to Standing Order No. 61 (Committal of Bills).

Australian Constitution (Public Record Copy) Bill

Motion made, and Question proposed,

That in respect of the Australian Constitution (Public Record Copy) Bill, notices of Amendments, new Clauses and new Schedules to be moved in Committee may be accepted by the Clerks at the Table before the Bill has been read a second time.— [Mr. John M. Taylor.]