Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1927. – in the House of Commons on 27th July 1927.
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Order read for consideration of Lords Amendment.
I beg to move, "That the Lords Amendment be now considered."
We must protest against this being taken now.
It is only a drafting Amendment.
Lords Amendment considered accordingly.
In Title, leave out "London and Gloucester Diocesan Boards of Finance, respectively" and insert "Gloucester Diocesan Board of Finance."
I beg to move, "That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment."
How is it that this business is not on the Order Paper? Hon. Members did not know that this Bill was to be considered.
This Amendment is merely to make the Title of the Bill conform to an Amendment embodied in the Bill at the instance of hon. Members opposite, that Clause 19 be dropped.
That may be so, but hon. Members ought to have been informed, so that they would know that the business was coming on.
It is my duty to examine Amendments, to see whether there is any substance in them. This is only an Amendment of the Title to conform to an Amendment which was suggested from this House.
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