UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
25 June 1852 Made

That at the time fixed for the commencement of Public Business, on days on which Orders have precedence of Notices of Motions, and after the Notices of Motions have been disposed of on all other days, Mr. Speaker do direct the Clerk at the Table to read the Orders of the Day, without any Question being put.

07 March 1888 Amended

That at the time fixed for the commencement of Public Business, on days on which Orders have precedence of Notices of Motions, and after the Notices of Motions have been disposed of, on all other days, Mr. Speaker do direct the Clerk at the Table to read the Orders of the Day, without any Question being put.

01 December 1902 Amended

At the time fixed for the commencement of public business, on days on which orders have precedence of notices of motions, and after the notices of motions have been disposed of, on all other days, Mr. Speaker shall direct the clerk at the table to read the orders of the day, without any question being put.

28 July 1948 Amended

At the time fixed for the commencement of public business, on days on which orders have precedence of notices of motions, and on all other days after the notices of motions have been disposed of, Mr. Speaker shall direct the clerk to read the orders of the day, without any question being put.

06 December 1951 Amended

At the time fixed for the commencement of public business, on days on which orders have precedence of notices of motions, and on all other days after the notices of motions have been disposed of, Mr. Speaker shall direct the Clerk to read the orders of the day, without any question being put.

08 March 1971 Amended

Upon Mr. Speaker's direction, the Clerk shall read the orders of the day, without any question being put.

24 November 1994 Amended

Upon the Speaker's direction, the Clerk shall read the orders of the day, without any question being put.