Orders of the Day — (3) Third Reading.

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

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Nothing in this Order shall—

  1. (a) prevent any proceedings which under this Order are to be concluded on any particular day or at any particular time being proceeded with, on any other day or at any other time, or necessitate any particular day or part of a particular day being given to any such proceedings if those proceedings have been otherwise disposed of; or
  2. (b) prevent any other business being proceeded with on any particular day, or part of a particular day, in accordance with the Standing Orders of the House, after any proceedings to be concluded under this Order on that particular day, or part of a particular day, have been disposed of.