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Commons Amendments

Volume 413: debated on Tuesday 21 October 1980

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94 Clause 70, page 48, line 2, leave out 'use' and insert 'purpose'.

95 Clause 70, page 48, line 4, leave out 'use' and insert 'purpose'.

My Lords, I beg to move Amendments Nos. 94 and 95 en bloc. These are minor drafting amendments. As drafted, Clause 70 refers to "medical use" as defined in the Medicines Act 1968, but the term actually used in that Act is "medical purpose". These amendments bring the wording of the clause into line with the 1968 Act. I beg to move.

Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in the said amendments.—( The Earl of Mansfield.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.