HC Deb 29 July 1930 vol 242 c236

Ordered, That any further Proceedings on the London County Council (Improvements) Bill [Lords] be suspended in order that the Bill may be proceeded with in the new Session of Parliament.

Ordered, That when the said Bill is brought from the House of Lords in the next Session of Parliament it shall be read the First time pro forma, in respect of which stage no new fees shall be charged, and shall be ordered to be read a Second time.

Ordered, That the Standing Orders by which Proceedings on Bills are regulated shall not apply to the said Bill in regard to any of the stages through which the same shall have passed during the present Session.

Ordered, That all Petitions presented in the present Session against the said Bill shall stand referred to the Committee on the Bill in the next Session of Parliament, and that all notices and grounds of objection to the right of Petitioners to be heard within the time prescribed by the Rules of the Referees relating to such notices shall be held applicable in the next Session of Parliament.

Ordered, That no Petitioners shall be heard before the Committee on the Bill unless their Petition shall have been presented within the time limited in the present Session. That these Orders be a Standing Order of the House.—[The Deputy-Chairman.]

Message to the Lords to acquaint them therewith.