HL Deb 04 June 1957 vol 204 cc197-8

Order of the Day for the consideration of Commons Amendments read.


My Lords, I rise to move that the Commons Amendments be now considered. In doing so it may be convenient if I intimate to the House that it has been mentioned to me that as these Amendments are limited in scope and, in so far as they alter the procedure, reflect views generally expressed in this House, then, unless any noble Lord feels to the contrary, they might be taken en bloc. If no noble Lord intimates to the contrary, I propose that your Lordships pass this Motion and deal with them in that way. On the other hand, should any noble Lord desire any information I am quite prepared to deal with them in detail. I beg to move.

Moved, That the Commons Amendments be now considered.—(The Lord Chancellor.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.