Motion made, and Question proposed,
That, at any sitting day on which the House resolves itself into a Committee on Clauses Nos. I to 5 of the Firearms (Amendment) Bill and any new Clauses or Schedules committed to a Committee of the whole House.
(1) the Chairman shall, not later than Ten o'clock, put successively—
(a) the Question already proposed from the Chair;
(b) any Question necessary to bring to a decision a Question so proposed (including, in the case of a new Clause or Schedule which has been read a second time, the Question on any Amendment to such a new Clause or Schedule which has been selected by him and which may then be moved and, thereafter, the Question that the Clause or Schedule, or the Clause or Schedule as amended, be added to the Bill); and
(c) any other Question necessary for the disposal of those provisions of the Bill committed to the Committee, which shall include the Question on any Amendment or new Clause or Schedule or Amendment thereto which has been selected by him and which may then be moved; and
(2) proceedings in the said Committee may be taken, though opposed, after Ten o'clock.—[Mr. Coe.]