HL Deb 30 June 1948 vol 157 c97

Clause 13, page 10, line 21, at end, insert— ("Provided that a child shall not be accommodated and maintained as mentioned in this subsection for any period exceeding fourteen days except with the consent of the Secretary of State; and—

  1. (a) the Secretary of State shall not give his consent for the purposes of this subsection for a period exceeding eight weeks, but may renew any such consent for a further such period or periods;
  2. (b) the Secretary of State may at any time withdraw his consent given for the purposes of this subsection notwithstanding that the period for which it was given or renewed has not expired.")


My Lords, this is a consequential Amendment, and part of the Amendment I have already moved about the fourteen days. I beg to move.

Moved, This this House do agree with the Commons in the said Amendment.—(The Lord Chancellor.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.