HL Deb 07 July 1932 vol 85 c711

Page 86, line 36, leave out lines 36 to 40.

The Commons disagree to the above Amendment, but have amended the words so restored to the Bill as follows:— Page 86, line 40, at end insert ("and Section seventy-four of the Prisons (Scotland) Act, 1860, shall, except in so far as it applies to cases tried on indictment, cease to have effect").


My Lords, after the result of the Division which has just been taken upon the question of whipping, I do not think that this need be moved. It was to deal with whipping in Scotland. Now that your Lordships have insisted upon your Amendment I suppose you will insist on this. I formally move that this House doth not insist on its Amendment, but agrees with the Commons Amendment.

Moved, That this House doth not insist upon the said Amendment and doth agree with the Amendment made by the Commons.—(Viscount Snowden.)

On Question, Motion disagreed to: Lords Amendment insisted upon accordingly.