HC Deb 17 April 1928 vol 216 c123

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Clause stand part of the Bill."


Perhaps it will be for the convenience of the Committee, if I remind hon. Members that this Bill is just the ordinary Post Office Sites Bill mainly to acquire certain lands by arbitration and to obtain certain easements, and that it has been to a Select Committee of this House where it has been very carefully examined. The Select Committee have reported unanimously in favour of it. They have made one or two drafting Amendments, but they are only drafting Amendments. This Bill is entirely in common form almost year after year, and in its machinery the same as the Bill we passed last year and the year before. Therefore, I hope hon. Members will agree to its passage tonight. Of course, if there is any point on which any hon. Member desires detailed information, I shall be only too glad to do my best to supply it.