Friday, 25 July 1952
The House met at Eleven o'Clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
As amended considered; Amendments made to the Bill; Bill to be read the Third time.
Standing Order 208 (Notice of Consideration of Lords Amendments) suspended until the Summer Adjournment:—As regards Private Bills to be returned by the House of Lords with Amendments, such...
Read a Second time; to be considered upon Monday next.
Considered in Committee [Progress, 24th July].
Question proposed [24th July], "That the Clause stand part of the Bill."
Any statutory instrument made under this Act shall be laid in draft before both Houses of Parliament and shall not have legislative effect until the same shall have been approved by an...
Order for Second Reading read
Considered in Committee under Standing Order No. 84 [Money Committees].—(Queen's Recommendation signified.)
Motion made, and Question proposed. That the Draft Ploughing Grants Scheme, 1952, a copy of which was laid before this House on 10th July, be approved.—[Sir T. Dugdale.]
Considered in Committee.
Considered in Committee: reported, without Amendment; read the Third time, and passed, without Amendment.
Order for Second Reading read.
Order made by the Secretary of Slate for the Home Department, extending Section 1 of the Sunday Entertainments Act, 1932, to the Urban District of Bourne [copy presented 21st July] approved.
Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Mr. Heath.]
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