§ Order of the Day read for the consideration of Commons Reason for disagreeing to one of the Lords Amendments.284
§ THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION (EARL DE LA WARR)
My Lords, I beg to move that the Commons Reason for disagreeing to the Lords Amendment be considered. I had not intended to say anything at this stage because I thought that perhaps the most reverend Primate would first wish to make a statement. The Reason which the Commons give is the following:Because the Amendment would involve a charge on public funds by authorising grants for non-provided schools which would not otherwise have been lawful and the Commons do not offer any further reason trusting that the above Reason may be deemed sufficient.
§ Moved, That the Commons Reason for disagreeing to the Lords Amendment be now considered.—(Earl De La Warr.)
§ On Question, Motion agreed to.