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Clause 352 — Disclosure orders

Orders of the Day — Proceeds of Crime Bill — [2nd Allotted Day] – in the House of Commons at 7:15 pm on 27th February 2002.

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Amendment proposed: No. 66, in page 206, line 11, leave out "or at once".—[Mr. Hawkins.]

Question put, That the amendment be made:—

The House divided: Ayes 124, Noes 318.

Division number 173 Orders of the Day — Proceeds of Crime Bill — [2nd Allotted Day] — Clause 352 — Disclosure orders

Aye: 124 MPs

No: 318 MPs

Ayes: A-Z by last name

Tellers

Nos: A-Z by last name

Tellers

Question accordingly negatived.

Photo of Patrick McLoughlin Patrick McLoughlin Opposition Deputy Chief Whip (Commons)

On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. We seek your ruling on an incident that has just happened, in which Mr. Salter entered the Division Lobby after the doors had been closed, by going past the Tellers. I understand that he was not counted in the vote, but could you perhaps inform the House that it is not allowable for anyone to enter the Lobby by any means after the doors have been closed, and that hon. Members should be aware of that?

Photo of Alan Haselhurst Alan Haselhurst Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Ways and Means

I am grateful to Mr. McLoughlin. I am also grateful to Mr. Salter for having come to the Chair to confess his sin. He made an error that should not be perpetrated by hon. Members, and I assure the House that his name has not been counted in the tally that we have just heard, and that it will not be shown in the record of the vote.