§ Bill, as amended, considered.
§ MR. CARVELL WILLIAMS (Nottingham, S.)
I now beg, with the permission of the House, to move that this Bill be read the third time.
§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Bill be now read the third time."—(Mr. Carvell Williams.)
§ SIR ROBERT FOWLER (London)
I must on this Motion point out the very unreasonable course the hon. Gentleman has taken. He has objected, as also has his hon. Friend behind him the Member for Bradford (Mr. Illingworth), to the second reading of the Bill of my hon. and learned Friend (Sir Richard Webster), and now he is attempting to press on his own Bill. I do not suppose any opposition will be offered to his Motion, and I merely rise to draw attention to the great difference between the manner in which we meet Bills of hon. Gentlemen 219 opposite and hon. Gentlemen opposite meet Bills of ours.
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT (Mr. CHILDERS) (Edinburgh, S.)
There is no objection to this Bill in any quarter of the House, and it has passed the second reading stage.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Bill read the third time, and passed.