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Clause 10. — (Short title and extent.)

Part of Clause 4 (Prohibition of offensive weapons at public, meetings and processions), ordered to stand part of the Bill. – in the House of Commons on 26th November 1936.

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Photo of Lieut-General Edward Fitzroy Lieut-General Edward Fitzroy , Daventry

I have some little doubt about the Amendment standing in the name of the hon. Member for Central Leeds (Mr. Denman), but I think that under Standing Order 45 it ought to be moved as a new Clause. Perhaps the hon. Member will so move it.