HC Deb 11 November 1954 vol 532 c1502
Dr. Hill

I beg to move, in page 8, line 31, after the first "or," to insert: (in the case of an offence committed in respect of premises) to. My hon. Friend the Member for Hastings (Mr. Cooper-Key), when moving an Amendment, raised the subject of the disqualification procedure. He pointed out that it would be possible for a prosecution to be successful under one heading—perhaps a personal heading—and for disqualification to take place under another heading, one that had not been the subject of prosecution. Whatever may be thought about the disqualification principle, it seemed desirable to clear up the point, and that is what the Amendment does.

Amendment agreed to.