Standing Orders of the House of Commons - Public Business 2002 Contents


Orders of the Day

  26. Upon the Speaker's direction, the Clerk shall read the orders of the day, without any question being put. Orders of the day to be read without question put.
  27. The orders of the day shall be disposed of in the order in which they stand upon the paper, the right being reserved to Her Majesty's Ministers of arranging government business, whether orders of the day or notices of motion, in such order as they think fit. Order of disposing of orders of the day.

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