I beg to move, "That the Lords Amendments be now considered."
It will perhaps be convenient if I say straight away that it is proposed to accept all the Lords Amendments. We do not disagree with any of them. There are some 140 Amendments and most of them are of a drafting character, or are consequential on drafting Amendments, or represent improvements in machinery. Perhaps it would be convenient if hon. Members were to ask questions about any Amendments upon which they required further information. Generally, I can assure the House that the Amendments are of a character which is not controversial, but will meet such points as have been made in this House or in the other Chamber.