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Commons Amendments And Reasons

Volume 670: debated on Thursday 10 March 2005

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[The page and line refer to HL Bill 34 as first printed for the Lords.]

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

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

Moved accordingly, and, on Question, Motion agreed to.