§ "Page 2, line 40, leave out from 'mentioned' to end of clause."—(Mr. T. M. Healy.)
AN HONOURABLE MEMBER
I beg to move the Amendment standing in the name of the honourable Member for Louth. I understand that the Government have agreed to accept it, and I congratulate them on a satisfactory settlement of the question.
§ MR. ATKINSON
With regard to this Amendment, I may say that it has been under consideration, and we found that no great advantage would be derived if we adhered to the clause as it stood, and that possibly if we did so, it might jeopardise the passage of the Bill. I am pleased, therefore, to be able to accept the Amendment.
§ MR. SERJEANT HEMPHILL (Tyrone, N.)
I had a similar Amendment to this on the Paper, which, of course, under the circumstances, it is not necessary for me to move.
Motion made, and question put—
That the Bill be read a third time.
§ "Agreed to.