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Tredegar Urban District Council Bill

Volume 40: debated on Friday 25 June 1920

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My Lords, with reference to the Tredegar Urban District Council Bill I make the Motion which stands in my name on the Paper. The Bill is late, but it has been delayed by negotiations which, I am happy to say, have now resulted in its being unopposed; therefore I think it reasonable that your Lordships should waive the Sessional Order.

Moved, That the Order made on the 29th day of April last, "That no Private Bill brought from the House of Commons shall be read a second time after Thursday, the 17th day of June next," be dispensed with in respect of the Tredegar Urban District Council Bill; and that the Bill be now read 2a .—( The Chairman of Committees.)

On Question, Motion agreed to, and Bill read 2a .