HC Deb 28 June 1937 vol 325 c1744

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

Mr. Morgan Jones

May we have an explanation of this Clause?

8.54 p.m.

The Postmaster-General (Major Tryon)

I shall be happy to explain the Clause, but I am anxious not to repeat what I said on the Second Reading. The Clause follows the ordinary course of previous Bills except in the last three lines of Subsection (1), which says: For repaying to the Post Office Fund any moneys which may have been applied thereout for that purpose. They are introduced in order to enable us to repay to the Post Office Fund any moneys taken out of it for development.

Remaining Clauses ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Schedule agreed to.

Bill reported, without Amendment; to be read the Third time To-morrow.