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Commons Amendment

Volume 385: debated on Thursday 14 July 1977

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28 In the Title, line 4, after 'in' insert 'relation to'.

My Lords, I beg to move that this House doth agree with the Commons in their Amendment No. 28. This is the last Amendment before us, and may I first express from the Government Benches our thanks to the noble Lord, Lord Mowbray, and the noble Earl, Lord Kimberley, for the help which they have given us in the passage of the Bill. We have been grateful for the support which we have had. I know that the noble Lord, Lord Mowbray, thinks that we have been a little tardy and, perhaps, a little niggardly. But it is nice to know that we are at least on the way to rural transport experiments, and I am sure that all Members of the House would wish the Bill well. So far as Amendment No. 28 is concerned, I spoke to it with Amendment No. 1. My Lords, I beg to move.

Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendment.—( Baroness Stedman.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.