HL Deb 25 April 1972 vol 330 c367

7.16 p.m.


My Lords, This short Order and the one that follows it, which have already been considered in another place, are of very limited scope. Neither of them will confer any immunity from legal process upon anybody. They are necessary because of our continued co-operation with other countries in matters of joint concern, and I trust that this House will welcome them. I beg to move.

Moved, That the Draft Interim Commission for the International Trade Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1972, laid before the House on March 22 be approved.—(The Marquess of Lothian.)