HL Deb 16 November 1982 vol 436 cc421-2
The Chairman of Committees (Lord Aberdare)

My Lords, I beg to move that this Bill be now read a third time.

Moved, That the Bill be now read a third time— (Lord Aberdare.)

On Question, Bill read a third time.

Clause 54 [Licensing of Portsmouth Watermen and boats]:

Lord Aberdare moved Amendments Nos. 1 and 2: Page 35. line 20, after ("required") insert ("to be certificated") Clause 59, page 41, line 18, after ("unless") insert ("in the case of a requirement under paragraph (a) of that subsection").

The noble Lord said: My Lords, there are two amendments to the Bill. They are both purely drafting amendments, and I think that it might be for the convenience of the House if I move them en bloc. The first amendment is pure drafting, where the three words "to be certificated" are to be inserted on page 35, at line 20, after the word "required". The second amendment is in order to insert words which were left out in error. I beg to move the two amendments en bloc.

On Question, amendments agreed to.

Bill passed, and sent to the Commons.