§ Presented by Mr. Bevan.1700
§ Colonel Crosthwaite-Eyre
On a point of Order. As this is the first time, Sir, that a Bill of this nature has been introduced into the House against the recommendations of the Joint Select Committee, would it be in Order to move that the Bill be not now considered?
§ Mr. Speaker
I have had no notice of the hon. and gallant Gentleman's question, but I am certain that it would not be in Order to move anything of that kind now. This merely relates to the presentation of the Bill. I asked what date it should be taken into consideration, and the hon. and gallant Gentleman's point can be considered on that date. At the moment, there can be no point of Order on the Bill.
Bill ordered (under subsection (4) of Section 6 of the Statutory Orders (Special Procedure) Act, 1945) to be considered upon Wednesday, and to be printed. [Bill 107.]