UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
04 November 1947 Made

When a minister of the crown in committee of ways and means has moved the first of several motions for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing any charge upon the people, the chairman shall forthwith put the question thereupon and shall then successively put forthwith the question on each further motion moved by the minister, save the last motion; and all such questions shall be decided without amendment or debate.

On consideration of any resolution reported from the committee of ways and means for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing a charge upon the people, the question ' That this House doth agree with the committee in the said resolution ' shall be put forthwith.

28 July 1948 Amended

When a minister of the crown in committee of ways and means has moved the first of several motions upon which a bill is to be founded for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing any charge upon the people, the chairman shall forthwith put the question thereupon and shall then successively put forthwith the question on each further motion moved by the minister, save the last motion.

On consideration of a resolution reported from the committee of ways and means for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing a charge upon the people, the question ' That this House doth agree with the committee in the said resolution ' shall be put forthwith.

06 December 1951 Amended

When a Minister of the Crown in Committee of Ways and Means has moved the first of several motions upon which a bill is to be founded for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing any charge upon the people, the chairman shall forthwith put the question thereupon and shall then successively put forthwith the question on each further motion moved by the Minister, save the last motion.

On consideration of a resolution reported from the Committee of Ways and Means for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing a charge upon the people, the question ' That this House doth agree with the committee in the said resolution ' shall be put forthwith.

01 August 1963 Amended

When a Minister of the Crown in Committee of Ways and Means has made the first of several motions upon which a bill is to be founded for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing any charge upon the people, the chairman shall forthwith put the question thereupon and shall then successively put forthwith the question on each further motion made by the Minister, save the last motion.

On consideration of a resolution reported from the Committee of Ways and Means for imposing, renewing, varying or repealing a charge upon the people, the question ' That this House doth agree with the committee in the said resolution ' shall be put forthwith.

24 October 1967 Repealed Article repealed