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House of Commons Votes and Proceedings
Wednesday 3rd November 1999

The House met at half-past Nine o'clock.
PRAYERS.
1Adjournment,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House do now adjourn—(Mr David Jamieson);
 
        And it being Two o'clock, the Motion for the adjournment of the House lapsed, without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.
2Kensington and Chelsea Writ,—Ordered, That the Speaker do issue her Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a New Writ for the electing of a Member to serve in this present Parliament for the Borough Constituency of Kensington and Chelsea, in the room of the Right honourable Alan Kenneth McKenzie Clark, deceased.—(Mr James Arbuthnot.)
3Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Barry Jones reported from the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the draft Tax Credit (New Category of Child Care Provider) Regulations 1999.
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
4Fourth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Humfrey Malins reported from the Fourth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the draft Licensing and Registered Clubs (Northern Ireland) Order 1999.
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
5Fifth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation,—Mr Frank Cook reported from the Fifth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation the draft Chartered Institute of Patent Agents Order 1999.
 
        Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee to lie upon the Table.
6Message from the Lords,—A Message was brought from the Lords, as follows:
 
        The Lords have agreed to the Immigration and Asylum Bill, with Amendments; to which they desire the concurrence of this House.
 
        The Lords have agreed to the Food Standards Bill, with Amendments; to which they desire the concurrence of this House.
7Immigration and Asylum Bill,—Lords Amendments to the Immigration and Asylum Bill to be considered to-morrow and to be printed [Bill 161].
8Food Standards Bill,—Lords Amendments to the Food Standards Bill to be considered to-morrow and to be printed [Bill 162].
9City of London (Ward Elections) Bill,—The Order for further consideration of the City of London (Ward Elections) Bill on Tuesday 9th November was read and discharged.
10Multiple Retailer (Publication and Display of Ethical Sourcing Policies),—Ordered, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require retailers with more than ten outlets to publish and display in each outlet a statement of their procurement policies in relation to child labour, slave labour and environmental protection: And that Mr John Gummer, Mrs Gillian Shephard, Mr Anthony Steen, Mr Richard Spring, Mr Peter Lilley, Sir David Madel and Mr David Ruffley do prepare and bring it in.
11Multiple Retailer (Publication and Display of Ethical Sourcing Policies) Bill,—Mr John Gummer accordingly presented a Bill to require retailers with more than ten outlets to publish and display in each outlet a statement of their procurement policies in relation to child labour, slave labour and environmental protection: And the same was read the first time; and ordered to be read a second time on Friday 5th November and to be printed [Bill 160].
12Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill (Supplemental Allocation of Time),—Ordered, That the Order of the House of 20th May 1999 be supplemented as follows—
Lords Amendments
 
        1. Proceedings on Consideration of Lords Amendments shall be completed at today's sitting and, if not previously concluded, shall be brought to a conclusion at midnight.
 
        2.—(1) The Lords Amendments shall be considered in the following order, namely:
 
          Nos. 42 to 46, 1 to 41 and 47 to 191.
 
        (2) Each part of the proceedings shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion at the time specified in the second column of the Table.
TABLE
Lords amendmentsTime for conclusion of proceedings
Nos. 42 to 467.00 p.m.
Nos. 1 to 3410.00 p.m.
Nos. 35 to 41, 47 to 191Midnight
 
        3.—(1) This paragraph applies for the purpose of bringing proceedings to a conclusion in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.
 
        (2) The Speaker shall—
 
        (a) put forthwith any Question which has been proposed from the Chair and has not been decided and, if that Question is for the amendment of a Lords Amendment, the Question on any further Amendment of the Lords Amendment moved by a Minister of the Crown and on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown, That this House agrees or disagrees with the Lords in the Lords Amendment or, as the case may be, in the Lords Amendment as amended,
 
        (b) put forthwith the Question on any Amendment moved by a Minister of the Crown to a Lords Amendment followed by the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown, That this House agrees or disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment or, as the case may be, in their Amendment as amended,
 
        (c) put forthwith the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown, That this House disagrees with the Lords in a Lords Amendment, and
 
        (d) put forthwith the Question, That this House agrees with the Lords in all the remaining Lords Amendments.
 
        (3) As soon as the House has agreed or disagreed with the Lords in any of their Amendments the Speaker shall put forthwith a single Question on any Amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment.
Subsequent stages
 
        4. The Speaker shall put forthwith the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown for the consideration forthwith of any further Message from the Lords on the Bill.
 
        5. The proceedings on any further Message from the Lords shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion one hour after their commencement.
 
        6. For the purpose of bringing those proceedings to a conclusion the Speaker shall—
 
        (a) put forthwith any Question which has been proposed from the Chair and has not been decided, and the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown which is related to the Question already proposed from the Chair,
 
        (b) put forthwith the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown on or relevant to any of the remaining items in the Lords Message, and
 
        (c) put forthwith the Question, That this House agrees with the Lords in all the remaining Lords Proposals.
Reasons Committee
 
        7. The Speaker shall put forthwith the Question on any Motion made by a Minister of the Crown for the appointment, nomination and quorum of a Committee to draw up Reasons and the appointment of its Chairman.
 
        8.—(1) A Committee appointed to draw up Reasons shall report before the conclusion of the sitting at which it is appointed.
 
        (2) Proceedings in the Committee shall, if not previously brought to a conclusion, be brought to a conclusion 30 minutes after their commencement.
 
        (3) For the purpose of bringing any proceedings to a conclusion in accordance with sub-paragraph (2) the Chairman shall—
 
        (a) first put forthwith any Question which has already been proposed from the Chair and has not yet been decided; and
 
        (b) then put forthwith successively Questions on motions which may be made by a Minister of the Crown for assigning a Reason for disagreeing with the Lords in one of their Amendments.
 
        (4) The proceedings of the Committee shall be reported without any further Question being put.
Miscellaneous
 
        9. This paragraph applies to—
 
        (a) proceedings on Consideration of Lords Amendments,
 
        (b) proceedings on any further Message from the Lords, and
 
        (c) proceedings of the kind mentioned in paragraph 7.
 
        10. Standing Order No. 15(1) (Exempted business) shall apply to proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies.
 
        11. Proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies shall not be interrupted under any Standing Order relating to the sittings of the House.
 
        12. No dilatory Motion with respect to, or in the course of, proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies shall be made except by a Minister of the Crown; and the Question on any such Motion shall be put forthwith.
 
        13. Where proceedings on a Motion for the Adjournment of the House would, by virtue of Standing Order No. 24 (Urgent matters), commence at a time when proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies are in progress, the proceedings on the Motion shall be postponed to the conclusion of the proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies.
 
        14. If the House is adjourned, or the sitting is suspended, before the conclusion of any proceedings to which paragraph 9 applies, no notice shall be required of a Motion made at the next sitting by a Minister of the Crown for varying or supplementing the provisions of this Order.—(Mr Secretary Darling.)
13Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill,—The House, according to Order, proceeded to consider the Lords Amendments to the Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill.
 
        Lords Amendment No.42.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Secretary Darling);
 
        And it being Seven o'clock, the Deputy Speaker put the Question already proposed from the Chair, pursuant to Order [this day].
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Mrs Anne McGuire: 325.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Keith Simpson, Mr Oliver Heald: 265.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        The Deputy Speaker then proceeded to put the Questions necessary to dispose of the business to be concluded at that hour.
 
        Amendments ((c) and (d)) were made to the words so restored to the Bill.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 43.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Mrs Anne McGuire: 320.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Keith Simpson, Mr Oliver Heald: 262.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        Amendments ((c), (d) and (e)) were made to the words so restored to the Bill.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 46.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Mrs Anne McGuire: 326.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Keith Simpson, Mr Oliver Heald: 253.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendments Nos. 44 and 45 were agreed to, the Commons being willing to waive their privileges in respect of Lords Amendment No. 44.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 1 was disagreed to.
 
        Amendments were made to the Bill, in lieu of the Lords Amendment disagreed to, in page 52, line 4, at the end to insert a Clause (Preservation of rights in respect of additional pensions), and in page 86, line 26, after the word 'sections' to insert the words '(Preservation of rights in respect of additional pensions),'.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 2 was agreed to.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 3 was disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendments Nos. 4 to 19 were agreed to.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 20.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Jeff Rooker);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr David Clelland, Mr Clive Betts: 363.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr John M. Taylor: 193.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        And it being after Ten o'clock, the Deputy Speaker proceeded to put the Questions necessary to dispose of the business to be concluded at that hour.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 33.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Clive Betts, Mr David Clelland: 336.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Keith Simpson: 241.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        An Amendment ((a)) was made to the Bill, in lieu of the Lords Amendment disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 34 was disagreed to.
 
        An Amendment ((a)) was made to the Bill, in lieu of the Lords Amendment disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendments Nos. 21 to 32 were agreed to.
 
        Lords Amendments Nos. 35 to 41 and 47 to 52 were agreed to, the Commons being willing to waive their privileges in respect of Lords Amendment No. 40.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 53.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Stephen Timms);
Thursday 4th November 1999
 
        And it being Twelve o'clock, the Deputy Speaker put the Question already proposed from the Chair.
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Robert Ainsworth: 345.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Keith Simpson: 203.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        The Deputy Speaker then proceeded to put the Questions necessary to dispose of the business to be concluded at that hour.
 
        And the Question being put, That Amendments ((a) to (t)) be made to the words so restored to the Bill;
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Robert Ainsworth: 344.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Wilshire, Mr Jonathan Sayeed: 166.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        Amendments ((a) to (t)) were accordingly made to the words restored to the Bill.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 54.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Robert Ainsworth: 337.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Wilshire, Mr Jonathan Sayeed: 124.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        Amendments ((a) to (t)) were made to the words restored to the Bill.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 85.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Graham Allen, Mr Robert Ainsworth: 311.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Wilshire, Mr Jonathan Sayeed: 104.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendment No. 93.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment—(Mr Kevin Hughes);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Mike Hall, Jim Dowd: 301.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Wilshire, Mr Jonathan Sayeed: 91.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Lords Amendment was accordingly disagreed to.
 
        Lords Amendments Nos. 55 to 84, 86 to 92 and 94 to 191 were agreed to, the Commons being willing to waive their privileges in respect of Lords Amendments Nos. 137 and 156.
 
        A Motion was made, and the Question being put, That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their Amendments Nos. 3, 20, 46, 85 and 93;
 
        That Mr Richard Burden, Mr Kevin Hughes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Eric Pickles and Mr Jeff Rooker be members of the Committee;
 
        That Mr Jeff Rooker be Chairman of the Committee;
 
        That three be the quorum of the Committee;
 
        That the Committee do withdraw immediately—(Mrs Anne McGuire);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Jim Dowd, Mr Mike Hall: 297.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Wilshire, Mr Jonathan Sayeed: 76.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        Ordered, That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their Amendments Nos. 3, 20, 46, 85 and 93.
 
        Ordered, That Mr Richard Burden, Mr Kevin Hughes, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Eric Pickles and Mr Jeff Rooker be members of the Committee.
 
        Ordered, That Mr Jeff Rooker be Chairman of the Committee.
 
        Ordered, That three be the quorum of the Committee.
 
        Ordered, That the Committee do withdraw immediately.
14Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill,—Mr Jeff Rooker reported from the Committee appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to certain of their Amendments to the Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill, That it had drawn up the following Reasons:—
 
        The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment No. 3 for the following Reason:
 
      Because it is inconsistent with the condition that a stakeholder pension must have tax exemption or tax approval.
 
        The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment No. 20 for the following Reason:
 
      Because it involves charges on public funds, and the Commons do not offer any further Reason, trusting that this Reason may be deemed sufficient.
 
        The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment No. 46 for the following Reason:
 
      Because it would alter the financial arrangements made by the Commons, and the Commons do not offer any further Reason, trusting that this Reason may be deemed sufficient.
 
        The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment No. 85 for the following Reason:
 
      Because it is consequential on Lords Amendment No. 53 to which the Commons have disagreed.
 
        The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment No. 93 for the following Reason:
 
      Because it is consequential on Lords Amendment No. 54 to which the Commons have disagreed.
 
        The Reasons were agreed to.
 
        Message to the Lords to communicate the said Reasons, with the Bill and Amendments.
15Public Accounts,—Ordered, That Mrs Barbara Roche be discharged from the Committee of Public Accounts and Mr Stephen Timms be added to the Committee.—(Mrs Anne McGuire.)
16Public Accounts,—Ordered, That Mr Robert Maclennan be discharged from the Committee of Public Accounts and Mr David Rendel be added to the Committee.—(Mrs Anne McGuire.)
17Standards and Privileges,—Ordered, That Mr Charles Kennedy be discharged from the Committee on Standards and Privileges and Mr Malcolm Bruce be added to the Committee.—(Mrs Anne McGuire.)
18Adjournment,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House do now adjourn—(Mrs Anne McGuire);
 
        And the Motion having been made after Ten o'clock on Wednesday evening, and the Debate having continued for half an hour, the Deputy Speaker adjourned the House, without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order, it being then eleven minutes to Two o'clock on Thursday morning, till this day.
[Adjourned at 1.49 a.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:
Paper subject to Affirmative Resolution:
1Justices of the Peace,—Draft Maximum Number of Stipendiary Magistrates Order 1999 [by Act] [Mr David Lock].
Papers subject to Negative Resolution:
2Agriculture,—Organic Farming (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 2933), dated 3rd November 1999 [by Act] [Mr Nicholas Brown].
3Consumer Protection,—Road Vehicles (Brake Linings Safety) Regulations 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 2978), dated 2nd November 1999 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Prescott].
4Financial Services,—Financial Markets and Insolvency (Settlement Finality) Regulations 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 2979), dated 2nd November 1999 [by Act] [Miss Melanie Johnson].
5Health and Safety,—Asbestos (Prohibitions) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 2977), dated 2nd November 1999 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Prescott].
Other Papers:
6Public Accounts,—Treasury Minute on the Twenty-Eighth to Twenty-Ninth and Thirty-First to Thirty-Fourth Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts, Session 1998-99 [by Command] [Cm. 4471] [Mr Stephen Timms].
APPENDIX II
Standing Committees
1Draft Jobseekers' Allowance (New Deal) Regulations 1999,—The Committee of Selection has discharged Mr Jeff Ennis, Mr David Faber and Mr John Randall from the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation (nominated in respect of the draft Regulations); and nominated in substitution Jean Corston, Mr David Ruffley and Mr David Wilshire.
2Draft Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Regulations 1999 and draft Jobseeker's Allowance (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1999,—The Speaker has allocated the draft Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Regulations 1999 and the draft Jobseekers' Allowance (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1999 to the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation (nominated in respect of the draft Jobseekers' Allowance (New Deal) Regulations 1999); and has appointed Mr Nicholas Winterton Chairman in place of Mr Humfrey Malins.
3Value Added Tax (Input Tax) (Amendment) Order 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 2930):
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the Order to the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Edward O'Hara Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr Graham Allen, Mr Julian Brazier, Mr Martin Caton, Mr Chrisopher Chope, Mr Edward Davey, Mr Eric Illsley, Miss Melanie Johnson, Lynne Jones, Mr Piara S. Khabra, Ms Oona King, Mrs Eleanor Laing, Mr Oliver Letwin, Mr Kevin McNamara, Mr Chris Pond, Mr Bill Rammell and Mr William Ross.
4Fire Precautions (Workplace) (Amendment) Regulations 1999 (S.I., 1999, No. 1877),—The Committee of Selection has discharged Helen Southworth from the Sixth Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation (nominated in respect of the Regulations); and nominated in substitution Christine Russell.
European Standing Committees
5European Union Documents Nos. 10297/99, relating to the World Trade Organisation Millennium Round, and 10948/99, relating to State Aid to the Coal Industry, have been referred to European Standing Committee C.
APPENDIX III
Reports from Select Committees
1Defence,—(1) Eighth Report from the Defence Committee [Major Procurement Projects Survey: The Common New Generation Frigate], 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. 544];
 
        (2) Ninth Report from the Committee [Defence Research], 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. 616]; and
 
        (3) Memorandum laid before the Committee [Correction of Evidence relating to the Sixth Report of the Defence Committee, Session 1997-98, HC621]
 
    [Mr Bruce George].
2Defence, Foreign Affairs, International Development and Trade and Industry,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Defence, Foreign Affairs, International Development and Trade and Industry Committees, meeting concurrently pursuant to paragraph (4) of Standing Order No. 152 (Select committees related to government departments) [Committees' Inquiry into the 1997 and 1998 Annual Reports on Strategic Export Controls]; to be printed [No. 541-i] [Mr Ted Rowlands].
3Education and Employment,—(1) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Education Sub-Committee of the Education and Employment Committee [OFSTED Annual Report/The Work of OFSTED]; to be printed [No. 884] [Valerie Davey]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Employment Sub-Committee of the Committee [Employability and Jobs: Is There a Jobs Gap?]; to be printed [No. 886-i] [Mr Derek Foster].
4Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs,—(1) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee [The Environmental Impact of Supermarket Competition]; to be printed [No. 841-ii]; and
 
        (2) Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee [The Environmental Impact of Supermarket Competition]; to be printed [No. 841-iii]
 
    [Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody].
5European Scrutiny,—Thirtieth Report from the European Scrutiny Committee; to be printed, with the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee relating to the Report [No. 34-xxx] [Mr Jim Marshall].
6Science and Technology,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Science and Technology Committee [The Scientific Advisory System: Diabetes and Driving Licences]; to be printed [No. 823-ii] [Mr Nigel Beard].
7Social Security,—(1) Tenth Report from the Social Security Committee [The 1999 Child Support White Paper], 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. 798]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee [The Contributory Principle]; to be printed [No. 485-v]; and
 
        (3) Memoranda laid before the Committee [The 1999 Child Support White Paper; The Modernisation of Social Security Appeals Service]
 
    [Mr Archy Kirkwood].
8Treasury,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Sub-Committee of the Treasury Committee [Customs and Excise]; to be printed [No. 885-i] [Mr Giles Radice].



 
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