Clause 1. — (Modification of Government of Ireland Act, 1920.)

Part of Irish Free State (Consequential Provisions) Bill. – in the House of Commons on 28th November 1922.

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Photo of Mr Frederick Banbury Mr Frederick Banbury , City of London

We were told by the Chairman of Ways and Means on the other Bill that we could not move Amendments to the Schedule, because it had been already enacted in Clause 1 that the Schedule shall become law. The same thing is enacted in this Bill. Therefore, if we were unable to move Amendments to the Schedule of the other Bill, we cannot move Amendments to the Schedule of this Bill.