§ As amended (in the Standing Committee) considered.
§ Mr. HANNON
I do not propose to move the New Clause (As to supply in bulk in London), standing in my name. I am putting down an Amendment to a later Clause.
§ Sir DOUGLAS NEWTON
On a point of Order. May I make a suggestion in regard to the consideration of the Amendments before the House. Would it be possible, Mr. Speaker, for you to arrange that all the Amendments put down to the Bill should have an identification number, as was done when a similarly long list of Amendments were considered in Standing Committee, and that that identification number should not be changed so long as the Amendment remains upon the Order Paper? We have 25 pages of Amendments before us, and it would be very useful during this stage and in connection with any correspondence which we may be carrying on as individuals in connection with these Amendments, if it could be arranged that they should have an identification number.
§ Mr. SPEAKER
I am aware of the procedure which has been adopted upstairs, but I am not able at present to adopt it on the Floor of the House. The New Clause (Constitution of the Board) standing in the name of the hon. and learned Member for Watford (Mr. Dennis Herbert) should come as an Amendment to Clause 1. The hon. and learned Member has it on the Paper there.