UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
20 February 1919 Made

Notwithstanding any standing order or custom of the house, if notice is given of a resolution authorising expenditure in connection with a bill, the house may, if the recommendation of the crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the paper resolve itself into committee to consider the resolution, and the resolution, when reported, may be considered forthwith by the house.

21 June 1922 Amended

When notice has been given of a resolution authorising expenditure in connection with a bill, the house may, if the recommendation of the crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the paper resolve itself into committee to consider the resolution.

14 November 1933 Amended

When notice has been given of a resolution authorising expenditure in connection with a bill, the House may if the recommendation of the crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the paper resolve itself into committee to consider the resolution.

04 November 1947 Amended

When notice has been given of a motion authorising expenditure in connection with a bill, the House may if the recommendation of the crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the paper resolve itself into committee to consider the motion, and any resolution come to by such committee may, with the general agreement of the House, be reported forthwith.

06 December 1951 Amended

When notice has been given of a motion authorising expenditure in connection with a bill, the House may, if the recommendation of the Crown is signified thereto, at any time after such notice appears on the paper resolve itself into committee to consider the motion, and any resolution come to by such committee may, with the general agreement of the House, be reported forthwith.

14 December 1966 Repealed Article repealed