HC Deb 21 November 1955 vol 546 c1218

Considered in Committee; reported, without Amendment.

12.44 a.m.

The Solicitor-General (Sir Harry Hylton-Foster)

I beg to move, That the Bill be now read the Third time.

I have listened to many hon. Members saying that they did not wish to detain the House. I do not wish to detain it longer than to say that this is a bulky Bill involving much difficult and skilled labour. I know that the House would not wish to part with it without expressing gratitude to the staff of the Lord Chancellor especially engaged in these matters, and to the Members of both Houses who served on the Joint Committee.

Bill accordingly read the Third time and passed, without Amendment.