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House of Commons Votes and Proceedings
Tuesday 25th January 2000

The House met at half-past Two o'clock.
PRAYERS.
1City of Newcastle upon Tyne Bill [Lords],—The City of Newcastle upon Tyne Bill [Lords] was read a second time and committed.
2Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill,—A Bill to restore land at and in the vicinity of the Greenham and Crookham Commons as common land open to the public; to make provision for the conservation of the natural beauty of that land; to grant public access over that land in perpetuity and to make provision with respect to that public access; to restore and extend commoners' rights over that land; to constitute the Greenham and Crookham Common Commission for the management of that land; to confer powers on the West Berkshire District Council and on that Commission with respect to that land; and for connected and other purposes, was read the first time; and ordered to be read a second time.
3Mersey Tunnels Bill,—A Bill to amend provisions of the County of Merseyside Act 1980 relating to the levying and revision of tolls for use of the Mersey Tunnels; to amend that Act so that the Merseyside Passenger Transport Authority has power to enter into concession agreements for the management, operation and maintenance of those tunnels and to transfer functions and lease land and other property for that purpose; and to amend that Act for connected purposes, was read the first time; and ordered to be read a second time.
4First Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Barry Jones reported from the First Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the draft African Development Bank (Further Subscription to Capital Stock) Order 1999, the draft African Development Fund (Eighth Replenishment) Order 1999, the draft International Development Association (Twelfth Replenishment) Order 1999 and the draft Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (Further Subscription to Capital Stock) Order 1999.
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
5Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Jonathan Sayeed reported from the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the draft Local Government Best Value (Exemption) (England) Order 2000.
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
6Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Bill O'Brien reported from the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the Local Government Finance (England) Special Grant Report (No. 49) on the 1999/2000 Special Grant for Kosovan Evacuees (House of Commons Paper No. 115).
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
7Parental Authority,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to allow parents to use reasonable force or chastisement when exercising authority over their children—(Mr Andrew Robathan);
 
        And the Motion being opposed, after a brief explanatory statement from the Member who made the Motion and from a Member who opposed it, the Speaker put the Question, pursuant to Standing Order No. 23 (Motions for leave to bring in bills and nomination of select committees at commencement of public business).
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Desmond Swayne, Mr Nick St. Aubyn: 48.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Llin Golding, Mr Tony McWalter: 118.
 
        So the Question was negatived.
8Electronic Communications Bill,—The House, according to Order, proceeded to consider the Electronic Communications Bill, as amended in the Standing Committee.
 
        A Clause (Country of origin)—(Mr Nick St. Aubyn)—brought up, and read the first time.
 
        Question proposed, That the Clause be read a second time:—Clause, by leave, withdrawn.
 
        Amendment (No. 5) proposed to the Bill, in page 2, line 7, at the end, to insert the words—
 
        '(1A) In order to grant an approval the Secretary of State must be satisfied that that person—
 
          (a) will comply, in providing the services in respect of which he is approved, with such technical and other requirements as may be prescribed;
 
          (b) is a person in relation to whom such other requirements as may be prescribed are, and will continue to be, satisfied;
 
          (c) is, and will continue to be, able and willing to comply with any requirements that the Secretary of State is proposing to impose by means of conditions of the approval; and
 
          (d) is otherwise a fit and proper person to be approved in respect of those services.
 
        (1B) Regulations made by virtue of paragraph (a) or (b) of subsection (1A) may frame a requirement for the purposes of that subsection by reference to the opinion of a person specified in the regulations, or of a person chosen in a manner determined in accordance with the regulations.'.—(Mr Alan Duncan.)
 
        Question proposed, That the Amendment be made:—Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 11) proposed to the Bill, in page 6, line 1, to leave out subsection (2) and to insert the words—
 
        '(2) References in this Part to the provision of cryptography support services exclude the supply of computer hardware or software, or the right to use them, except where that supply is an integral part of cryptography support services supplied by the same provider', instead thereof.—(Mr Alan Duncan.)
 
        Question proposed, That the Amendment be made:—Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.
 
        Other Amendments (Nos. 13, 14 and 1 to 3) made to the Bill.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 12) proposed to the Bill, in page 13, line 37, to leave out the words 'deposit a key for electronic data with', and to insert the words 'render electronic data intelligible to the satisfaction of', instead thereof.—(Mr Alan Duncan.)
 
        Question proposed, That the Amendment be made:—Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 4) made to the Bill.
 
        The Bill was read the third time, and passed.
9Disqualifications Bill,—The House, according to Order, resolved itself into a Committee on the Disqualifications Bill.
 
(In the Committee)
 
        Clause No. 1 (Amendment of section 1(1)(e) of the Disqualification Acts).
 
        Amendment (No. 10) proposed, in page 1, line 5, at the beginning, to insert the words 'Subject to section (Commencement of Act to be conditional on progress in implementing decommissioning),'.—(Mr Andrew MacKay.)
 
        Question proposed, That the Amendment be made.
 
        And it being Ten o'clock, the Chairman left the Chair to report progress and ask leave to sit again.


 
        The Deputy Speaker resumed the Chair; and Mr Gerry Sutcliffe reported, That the Committee had made progress in the Bill, and moved, That the Committee may have leave to sit again.
10Business of the House,—A Motion was made, and the Question being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 15 (Exempted business), That, at this day's sitting, the Disqualifications Bill may be proceeded with, though opposed, until any hour—(Mr Gerry Sutcliffe);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Mr Kevin Hughes: 299.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Stephen Day, Mr Peter Atkinson: 156.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
11Disqualifications Bill,—The House again resolved itself into a Committee on the Disqualifications Bill.
(In the Committee)
 
        Amendment (No. 10) proposed, in page 1, line 5, at the beginning, to insert the words 'Subject to section (Commencement of Act to be conditional on progress in implementing decommissioning),'.
 
        Question again proposed, That the Amendment be made.
 
        Question put.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Peter Atkinson, Mr Stephen Day: 133.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Mike Hall, Mrs Anne McGuire: 271.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 32) proposed, in page 1, line 9, after the word 'Ireland)', to add the words—
 
        'provided that, in respect of Ireland, a person who is or has been a member of a proscribed organisation within the meaning of the Terrorism Act 2000 and who has not disavowed terrorism within the meaning given to that expression by that Act before taking his or her seat in the said House or Assembly shall be disqualified from membership of the House of Commons and the Northern Ireland Assembly'.—(Mr William Cash.)
 
        Question put, That the Amendment be made.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Douglas Hogg, Mr Eric Forth: 19.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Mike Hall, Mrs Anne McGuire: 280.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 1) proposed, in page 1, line 9, at the end, to add the words—
 
        '(2A) This section shall come into force on a day to be appointed by an order made by the Secretary of State; and the Secretary of State shall not make such an order unless he has previously laid before both Houses of Parliament a statement in relation to the Belfast Agreement (Cm 3883), stating that in his opinion and in the opinion of all parties to that Agreement all aspects of the Agreement have been implemented.
 
        (2B) No order shall be made under subsection (2A) unless a draft of the order has been laid before and approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.'.—(Mr Eric Forth.)
 
        Question put, That the Amendment be made.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr John Randall, Mr Peter Atkinson: 118.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Robert Ainsworth, Mr Graham Allen: 282.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 2) proposed, in page 1, line 9, at the end, to add the words—
 
        '(2A) This section shall come into force on a day to be appointed by an order made by the Secretary of State; and the Secretary of State shall not make such an order unless he is satisfied that Members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons are qualified for membership of either House of the legislature of the Republic of Ireland.'.—(Mr Eric Forth.)
 
        Question proposed, That the Amendment be made.
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        Question put.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Desmond Swayne, Mr Michael Fabricant: 13.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Clive Betts, Jim Dowd: 243.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 6) proposed, in page 1, line 9, at the end, to add the words—
 
        '(3) At the end insert "is a Minister in the government of any country or territory outside the United Kingdom; or".'.—(Mr William Ross.)
 
        Question put, That the Amendment be made.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr John Randall, Mr Roy Beggs: 25.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Anne McGuire, Mr Don Touhig: 224.
 
        The Chairman, being of the opinion that the principle of the Clause and any matters arising thereon had been adequately discussed in the course of debate on the Amendments proposed thereto, put forthwith the Question, pursuant to Standing Order No. 68 (Debate on clause or schedule standing part), That the Clause stand part of the Bill.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mrs Anne McGuire, Mr Don Touhig: 221.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr John Randall, Mr Roy Beggs: 24.
 
        Clause No. 2 (Disqualification for Ministerial office in Northern Ireland).
 
        Amendment (No. 21) proposed, in page 1, line 13, after the word 'Minister', to insert the words 'Presiding Officer or Deputy Presiding Officer'.—(Mr William Ross.)
 
        Question put, That the Amendment be made.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Eric Forth, Mr William Thompson: 33.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Mike Hall, Mr Clive Betts: 202.
 
        Another Amendment (No. 3) proposed, in page 1, line 16, at the end, to insert the words 'or a member of either House of the legislature of the Republic of Ireland'.—(Mr Eric Forth.)
 
        Question put, That the Amendment be made.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Eric Forth, Mr David Maclean: 13.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Mike Hall, Mr Kevin Hughes: 234.
 
        The Chairman, being of opinion that the principle of the Clause and any matters arising thereon had been adequately discussed in the course of debate on the Amendments proposed thereto, put forthwith the Question, pursuant to Standing Order No. 68 (Debate on clause or schedule standing part), That the Clause stand part of the Bill.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Gerry Sutcliffe: 228.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Eric Forth, Mr David Maclean: 22.
 
        Clause No. 3 (Consequential repeal).
 
        Question put, That the Clause stand part of the Bill.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Jim Dowd: 318.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Maclean, Mr Peter Bottomley: 16.
 
        Clause No. 4 agreed to.
 
        A Clause (Disqualification from ministerial office in United Kingdom)—(Mr William Ross)—brought up and read the first time.
 
        Question put, That the Clause be read a second time.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, The Reverend Martin Smyth, Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: 173.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Greg Pope, Mr Gerry Sutcliffe: 309.
 
        Another Clause (Salaries)—(Mr William Ross)—brought up and read the first time.
 
        Question put, That the Clause be read a second time.
 
        The Committee divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr William Ross, Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: 139.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Don Touhig: 337.
 
        Bill to be reported.


 
        The Deputy Speaker resumed the Chair; and Mr Mike Hall reported, That the Committee had gone through the Bill and directed him to report the same, without Amendment.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That the Bill be read the third time;
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Mr Don Touhig: 326.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Peter Atkinson: 141.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Bill was accordingly read the third time, and passed.
12Terms and Conditions of Employment,—Ordered, That the Transnational Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 1999 be referred to a Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation.—(Mr Kevin Hughes.)
13Census,—Ordered, That:—
 
        (1) the draft Census Order 2000, which was laid before this House on 10th January, be referred to a Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation; and
 
        (2) if, after the Committee has reported the Instrument to the House, the Motion in the name of Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer relating to the draft Order is made, the Speaker shall put forthwith—
 
          (i) the Questions on any amendments to the Motion which she has selected and which may then be moved, and
 
          (ii) the Question on the Motion, or on the Motion as amended;
 
    and such questions may be decided at any hour, though opposed.—(Mr Kevin Hughes.)
14Adjournment,—Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—(Mr Kevin Hughes.)
 
        And accordingly the House, having continued to sit till nine minutes to Eight o'clock on Wednesday evening, adjourned till to-morrow.
[Adjourned at 7.51 p.m.
Betty Boothroyd
Speaker        

Madam Speaker will take the Chair at half-past Eleven o'clock.

APPENDIX I
Papers presented or laid upon the Table on Tuesday 25th January 2000:
1Environment, Transport and the Regions,—Government Response to the Sixteenth Report from the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee, Session 1998-99, on Multilateral Environmental Agreements [by Command] [Cm. 4577] [Mr Secretary Prescott].
2Social Security (Administration),—Account of the Social Fund for 1998-99, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon [by Act]; to be printed [No. 191] [Clerk of the House].
Papers presented or laid upon the Table on Wednesday 26th January 2000:
Papers subject to Negative Resolution:
3Trade Marks,—(1) Trade Marks (Fees) Rules 2000 (S.I., 2000, No. 137),
 
        (2) Trade Marks (International Registration) (Amendment) Order 2000 (S.I., 2000, No. 138), and
 
        (3) Trade Marks Rules 2000 (S.I., 2000, No. 136),
 
    dated 23rd January 2000 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Byers].
Other Papers:
4Appropriation Accounts, 1998-99,—Appropriation Accounts of the sums granted by Parliament for Class IX (Education and Employment) for 1998-99 [by Act]; to be printed [No. 11-IX] [Mr Stephen Timms].
5Culture, Media and Sport,—Government Response to the Fourth Report from the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Session 1998-99, on Staging International Sporting Events [by Command] [Cm. 4575] [Mr Secretary Smith].
6Defence Executive Agencies,—Report and Accounts of the Army Base Storage and Distribution Agency for 1998-99, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon [by Act]; to be printed [No. 166] [Mr Secretary Hoon].
7Environment, Transport and the Regions,—Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions Departmental Minute, dated 20th January 2000, concerning a contingent liability consequent upon the proposed indemnification of ship owners or operators under the NATO Marine War Risks Insurance Scheme [by Command] [Mr Secretary Prescott].
8Exchange Equalisation,—Exchange Equalisation Account for 1997-98, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon, together with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General on the Exchange Equalisation Accounts for 1995-96 and 1996-97 [by Act]; to be printed [No. 9] [Miss Melanie Johnson].
9Public Accounts,—Treasury Minute on the Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts, Session 1998-99 [by Command] [Cm. 4576] [Mr Stephen Timms].
APPENDIX II
Standing Committees
1Child Support, Pensions and Social Security Bill,—The Speaker has appointed Mr Jim Cunningham an additional Chairman of Standing Committee F in respect of the Bill.
2Draft Immigration (Regularisation Period for Overstayers) Regulations 2000:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Regulations to the First Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Barry Jones Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has nominated sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Jackie Ballard, Mr Stephen Day, Mr Michael Foster, Mr Mike Hall, Mr Doug Henderson, Mr Simon Hughes, Mr Alan Keen, Mr David Kidney, Mr Tom Levitt, Mr David Lidington, Mrs Barbara Roche, Mr Martin Salter, Dr Phyllis Starkey, Mr Peter Temple-Morris, Sir Raymond Whitney and Mr David Wilshire.
3Draft Grants to the Churches Conservation Trust Order 2000:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Order to the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mrs Irene Adams Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has nominated sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: John Austin, Mr. A. J. Beith, Mr Harold Best, Mrs Ann Cryer, Jim Dowd, Mr Frank Field, Mr Alan Howarth, Ms Jenny Jones, Mr David Lepper, Fiona Mactaggart, Mr John Randall, Mr Alan Simpson, Mr Richard Spring, Mr Peter Viggers, Mr Charles Wardle and Steve Webb.
4Draft Films (Modification of the Definition of "British Film") Order 2000:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Order to the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Mike Hancock Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has nominated sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr Richard Allan, Janet Anderson, Mr Harry Cohen, Mr David Crausby, Mr Lawrence Cunliffe, Jim Dowd, Mr Ronnie Fearn, Mrs Eileen Gordon, Fiona Mactaggart, Mr Alan Meale, Mr John Randall, Mr Andrew Reed, Miss Geraldine Smith, Mr Richard Spring, Mr Ian Taylor and Mr Andrew Tyrie.
5Draft Competition Act 1998 (Land and Vertical Agreements Exclusion) Order 2000, and the draft Competition Act 1998 (Determination of Turnover Penalties) Order 2000:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Orders to the Fourth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Jim Cunningham Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has nominated sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Ms Diane Abbott, Norman Baker, Sir Paul Beresford, Mr Ben Chapman, Mr Michael Connarty, Mr Brian Cotter, Mr Clive Efford, Mr Bill Etherington, Mr Nick Gibb, Mr Nigel Griffiths, Mr John Horam, Dr Kim Howells, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Tom Pendry, Mr Greg Pope and Mr Tony Worthington.
6Draft Local Government Best Value (Exemption) (England) Order 2000,—The Committee of Selection has discharged Ms Hazel Blears and Mr Doug Henderson from the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation (nominated in respect of the draft Order); and nominated in substitution Mrs Llin Golding and Mr Jon Owen Jones.
APPENDIX III
Reports from Select Committees
Reports made on Tuesday 25th January:
1Deregulation,—First Special Report from the Deregulation Committee [Government Response to the First Special Report from the Committee, Session 1998-99 on the Future of the Deregulation Procedure]; to be printed [No. 177] [Mr Peter L. Pike].
2Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Environment Sub-Committee of the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee [the Audit Commission]; to be printed [No. 174-i] [Mr Andrew F. Bennett].
3Foreign Affairs,—First Report from the Foreign Affairs Committee [Annual Report on Human Rights 1999] together with Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee; to be printed, with the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee relating to the Report [No. 41] [Mr Donald Anderson].
4Home Affairs,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Home Affairs Committee [the Double Jeopardy Rule]; to be printed [No. 190-i] [Mr Robin Corbett].
5Statutory Instruments,—Seventh Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments, together with Memoranda laid before the Committee; to be printed [No. 47-vii] [Mr David Tredinnick].
6Trade and Industry,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Trade and Industry Committee [The Work of Ofgem]; to be printed [No. 193-i] [Mr Martin O'Neill].
Reports made on Wednesday 26th January:
1Education and Employment,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Employment Sub-Committee of the Education and Employment Committee [Employability and Jobs: Is there a Jobs Gap?/New Deal]; to be printed [No. 60-iv] [Mr Derek Foster].
2Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs,—(1) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee [UK Climate Change Programme]; to be printed [No. 194-i] [Mr Andrew F. Bennett]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Transport Sub-Committee of the Committee [Light Rapid Transit Systems]; to be printed [No. 153-ii] [Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody].
3European Scrutiny,—Sixth Report from the European Scrutiny Committee; to be printed, with the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee relating to the Report [No. 23-vi] [Mr Jimmy Hood].
4Northern Ireland Affairs,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee [Public Expenditure—Inward Investment in Northern Ireland]; to be printed [No. 198-i] [Mr Peter Brooke].
5Social Security,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Social Security Committee [Medical Services]; to be printed [No. 183-ii] [Mr Archy Kirkwood].
6Trade and Industry,—(1) Third Special Report from the Trade and Industry Committee [Further Government Observations on the Fourteenth Report from the Trade and Industry Committee, Session 1998-99, on The Draft Electronic Communications Bill]; to be printed [No. 199]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee [Application for Support from ECGD for UK participation in the Ilisu Dam Project]; to be printed [No. 200-i]
 
    [Mr Martin O'Neill].
7Treasury,—(1) First Special Report from the Treasury Committee [Government Response to the Tenth Report from the Committee, Session 1998-99, on The Valuation Office Agency]; to be printed [No. 197]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee [The Private Finance Initiative]; to be printed [No. 147-iii]
 
    [Mr Giles Radice].


Supplement to the Votes and Proceedings
Tuesday 25th January 2000
Minutes of Proceedings of the Sitting in Westminster Hall
[pursuant to the Order of 24th May 1999]

The Sitting commenced at Ten o'clock.
PRAYERS.
1Adjournment,—Resolved, That the Sitting be now adjourned.—(Mr Gerry Sutcliffe.)
 
        And accordingly the Sitting was adjourned till to-morrow.
[Adjourned at 12.59 p.m.
Sir Alan Haselhurst
Deputy Speaker        

Supplement to the Votes and Proceedings
Wednesday 26th January 2000
Minutes of Proceedings of the Sitting in Westminster Hall
[pursuant to the Order of 24th May 1999]

The Sitting commenced at four minutes to Ten o'clock.
PRAYERS.
1Adjournment,—Resolved, That the Sitting be now adjourned.—(Mr David Clelland.)
 
        And accordingly the Sitting was adjourned till to-morrow.
[Adjourned at 1.57 p.m.
Sir Alan Haselhurst
Deputy Speaker        



 
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