§ Lords Amendments agreed to: In page 13, line 13. after "of" insert "that Part of".
In line 24, leave out from "prospective" to end of line 26 and insert:
is or would be development arising from the circumstances of the case".
§ In page 14 line 38, leave out "subsection" and insert "paragraph".
In line 42, leave out from "prospective" to end of line 44 and insert:
is or would be development arising from the circumstances of that case
Lords Amendment: In page 15, line 15, at end insert:
(6A) Any reference in this section to development (whether actual or prospective) which is or would be development arising from the circumstances of a case mentioned in the first column of the table set out in subsection (2) of this section—
§ Mr. H. Brooke
I beg to move, That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment.
The Amendment is linked with a previous Amendment to which the House has already agreed.
§ Mr. Willis
Surely we can have a better explanation than that it is "linked with another Amendment." I find it extremely difficult to conceive that a Lords Amendment of about 20 lines is a drafting Amendment. Could not the right hon. Gentleman or his Parliamentary Secretary tell us what it means?
§ Mr. Brooke
If I may speak again with the leave of the House I would mention a slight embarrassment, because the hon. and learned Member for Kettering (Mr. Mitchison) suggested that a number of these Amendments might be taken together.
§ Mr. Brooke
The Lords Amendment now under discussion is connected with the Amendment to page 13, line 24, which, with the Amendment in page 14, line 42, remedies a defect in the drafting of the Bill. I will go into further detail if the hon. Member for Edinburgh, East (Mr. Willis) would like me to do so. I assure him—I think the hon. and learned Member for Kettering will confirm this—that no point of substance arises here.
§ Question put and agreed to.