Orders of the Day — (3) Third Reading.

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 13th June 1921.

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Any Private Business which is set down for consideration at 8.15 p.m. and any Motion for Adjournment under Standing Order No. 10 on an allotted day shall, on that day, instead of being taken as provided by the Standing Orders, be taken after the conclusion of the proceedings on the Bill or under this Order for that day, and any Private Business or Motion for Adjournment, so taken may be proceeded with, though opposed, notwithstanding any Standing Order relating to the Sittings of the House.