Hansard of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1963) - Malaysia Bill/STANDING ORDERS (REVISION)

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Hansard of Parliament of the United Kingdom (1963) - Malaysia Bill
STANDING ORDERS (REVISION)
 (1963) 
by The Goverment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland



STANDING ORDERS (REVISION)

HC Deb 19 July 1963 vol 681 c1008

Select Committee appointed to consider and report upon the re-arrangement and re-drafting of the Standing Orders so as to bring them into conformity with existing practice;

Mr. Brian Batsford, Mr. Sydney Irving, Mr. Carol Johnson, Mr. Airey Neave, Sir Hamilton Kerr, Mr. David Renton, Mr. W. R. Williams, and Sir Gerald Wills;

Power to send for persons, papers, and records;
Three to be the Quorum.—[Mr. Hughes-Young.]

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

Forward to EMPLOYMENT, ERITH AND CRAYFORD

 
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