(1) On Mondays, 22nd February and 23rd May, unofficial Members' notices of motions shall have precedence until seven of the clock and if not previously concluded the proceedings thereon shall lapse at that hour and the House shall proceed with the government business.
(2) On Wednesdays, 30th March and 29th June, government business shall have precedence until seven of the clock and if the business has not been concluded earlier Mr. Speaker shall at that hour proceed to interrupt the proceedings thereon and such business shall be disposed of as if it were business interrupted at ten of the clock under Standing Order No.1 (Sittings of the House) and the House shall then proceed with unofficial Members' notices of motions.
(3) Ballots for precedence of unofficial Members' notices of motions shall be held after questions on Tuesdays, 9th February, 15th March, 10th May, and 31st May. for Monday, 22nd February, Wednesday, 30th March, Monday, 23rd May and Wednesday, 29th June, respectively, and no such notice of motion shall be handed in for any of these days in anticipation of the ballot.—[Mr. Redmayne.]