Schedule 3 - Consequential amendments

Hunting (Re-committed) Bill – in a Public Bill Committee at 11:15 am on 3rd July 2003.

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Amendment proposed: No. 51, in

schedule 3, page 28, line 18, leave out 'registered or'.—[Alun Michael.]

Question put, That the amendment be made:—

The Committee divided: Ayes 19, Noes 9.

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Aye: 19 MPs

No: 9 MPs

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Question accordingly agreed to.

Question put, That this schedule, as amended, be the Third schedule to the Bill:—

The Committee divided: Ayes 19, Noes 9.

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Aye: 19 MPs

No: 9 MPs

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Question accordingly agreed to.

Schedule 3, as amended, agreed to.

Photo of John Gummer John Gummer Conservative, Suffolk Coastal

On a point of order, Mrs. Roe, I am sorry to prolong the procedure, but we have spent 25 minutes on Divisions and you have kindly borne that with your usual equanimity. I am sure that Opposition Members are sorry that that happened. I hope that the Government will think between now and the next sitting about whether we could help on the time it takes to divide, in return for extending the time for debate.

Photo of Mrs Marion Roe Mrs Marion Roe Conservative, Broxbourne

That is not a point of order.

It being after twenty-five minutes past Eleven, The Chairman adjourned the Committee without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.

Adjourned accordingly at ten minutes to 12 noon till this day at half-past Two o'clock.