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Commons Amendments And Reasons

Volume 670: debated on Thursday 10 March 2005

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A message was brought from the Commons, That they do not insist on certain amendments to which the Lords have disagreed and propose amendments in lieu to which they desire the agreement of your Lordships; they insist on their amendments to the words to be restored to the Bill, to which they desire the agreement of your Lordships; they insist on their amendments in lieu, to which they desire the agreement of your Lordships; they insist on their disagreement to certain other Lords amendments; and they insist on the amendments in lieu thereof to which they desire the agreement of your Lordships; they insist on certain amendments to Lords amendments disagreed to by the Lords; they insist on their disagreement to certain amendments to Lords amendments; they insist on their disagreement to certain other Lords amendments and Lords amendments in lieu.

My Lords, I beg to move that the Commons reasons and amendments be considered forthwith.

Moved, That the Commons reasons and amendments be considered forthwith.—(Lord Falconer of Thoroton.)

On Question. Motion agreed to.