§ Amendments made: No. 44, in page 172, line 55, leave out 'it appears to them'.
§ No. 45, in page 172, line 56, leave out 'that'. No. 46, in page 173, line 1, leave out 'that'.
§ No. 47, in page 173, line 2, leave out first 'that'.
§ No. 48, in page 173, line 5, leave out from beginning to end of line 7 and insert
§ `the transaction in question is not a supply which is the only supply by reference to which the case falls within paragraphs (a) to (c) above.'.
§ No. 49, in page 175, line 47, leave out
§ `appears to the Commissioners to have'.—[Mr. Wells.]
§ Further consideration adjourned.—[Mr. Wells.]
§ Bill, as amended (in the Committee and in the Standing Committee), to be further considered tomorrow.
§ Mr. Ian Bruce (South Dorset)
On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I wonder if you can help the 1140 House. On Monday, a document was introduced into the House that purported to be a draft of an order that was supposed to have been introduced by the Labour party in 1978 on treating cattle food. The Labour Front Benchers said then that that document would be available to the House, but there has been nothing on the record to identify that document. I have tried to get a copy and I wonder whether you can help the House by explaining that such documents, when introduced, should be identified in Hansard.