HC Deb 13 July 1933 vol 280 cc1400-1

Order for Consideration of Lords Amendments read.

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Lords Amendments be now considered."

12.7 a.m.

The MINISTER of HEALTH (Sir Hilton Young)

The House will observe that the great bulk of the Amendments, except two or three, are purely drafting Amendments. Of those two or three that may need a word of explanation, only one is of vital disagreement. and it is one of some general interest. The others will occupy only a very short time. I will call attention to those Amendments which contain any point of substance.

Question put, and agreed to.

Lords Amendments considered accordingly.

  1. CLAUSE 1.—(Duration and application of of Acts.) 290 words
  2. cc1401-2
  3. CLAUSE 5.—(Exemption from s. 5 of Act of 1920 of certain dwelling houses of low value.) 213 words
  4. cc1402-4
  5. NEW CLAUSE A.—(Exemption of certain agricultural estate cottages.) 878 words
  6. cc1404-11
  7. CLAUSE 15.—(Application to Scotland.) 2,611 words, 1 division