Hansard of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1963) - Malaysia Bill/Clause 2

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Hansard of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1963) - Malaysia Bill
Clause 2.—(CONSEQUENTIAL MODIFICA TIONS OF BRITISH NATIONALITY ACTS.)
 (1963) 
by The Goverment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Clause 2.—(CONSEQUENTIAL MODIFICATIONS OF BRITISH NATIONALITY ACTS.)

HC Deb 19 July 1963 vol 681 c1007

Question proposed, That the Clause stand part of the Bill.

Mr. Brockway May I just ask whether the House will have any opportunity of making a decision on these Orders in Council? There is a reference to Orders in Council in Clause 1(2).

The Deputy-Chairman (Sir Robert Grimston) We have passed Clause 1. I have put the Question, That Clause 2 stand part of the Bill.

Question put and agreed to.
Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill.
Clause 3 ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Back to Clause 1.—(MALAYSIA.)

Forward to Clause 4.—(POWER TO MAKE CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS.)

 
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