UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
25 June 1852 Made

That the Serjeant-at-Arms attending this House do, from time to time, when the House is going to Prayers, give Notice thereof to all Committees; and that all proceedings of Committees, after such Notice, be declared to be null and void.

21 July 1856 Amended

That the Serjeant-at-Arms attending this House do, from time to time, when the House is going to Prayers, give Notice thereof to all Committees; and that all proceedings of Committees, after such Notice, be declared to be null and void, unless such Committees be otherwise empowered to sit after Prayers.

13 July 1869 Amended

That the Serjeant-at-Arms attending this House do, from time to time, when The House is going to Prayers, give Notice thereof to all Committees; and that all proceedings of Committees, after such Notice, be declared to be null and void, unless such Committees be otherwise empowered to sit after Prayers.

01 December 1902 Amended

The serjeant-at-arms attending this house shall, from time to time, when the house is going to prayers, give notice thereof to all committees; and all proceedings of committees, after such notice, are declared to be null and void, unless such committees be otherwise empowered to sit after prayers.

14 November 1933 Amended

The serjeant-at-arms attending this House shall, from time to time, when the house is going to prayers, give notice thereof to all committees.

09 March 1945 Amended

The serjeant at arms attending this House shall, from time to time, when the House is going to prayers, give notice thereof to all committees.

28 July 1948 Amended

The serjeant at arms attending this House shall, when the House is going to prayers, give notice thereof to all committees.

06 December 1951 Amended

The Serjeant at Arms attending this House shall, when the House is going to prayers, give notice thereof to all committees.

01 August 1963 Repealed Article repealed