Business of the House (Supply).

– in the House of Commons on 28th July 1942.

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Ordered, That all outstanding Votes in the Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue. Departments, and Supplementary Estimates, 1912, except Class VI, Vote 5, Class VII, Vote 6, and Class X, Votes 9, 10 and 15, and all outstanding Votes in the Navy, Army and Air Estimates, 1942, be considered in Committee of Supply; that this day, notwithstanding anything in Standing Order No. 14, Supplementary Estimates for New Services may be considered in Committee of Supply; that Business other than the Business of Supply may be taken before the hour appointed for the interruption of Business; and that if the first two Votes shall have been agreed to by the Commitee of Supply before the hour at which the Chairman is directed by paragraph 6 of Standing Order No. 14 to put forthwith certain Questions, the Chairman shall proceed to put forthwith those Questions."—[Sir S. Cripps.]