UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
25 June 1852 Made

That when such business has been disposed of, or at Six o'clock precisely, notwithstanding there may be business under discussion, Mr. Speaker do adjourn The House, without putting any Question.

01 December 1902 Amended

When such business has been disposed of, or at six o'clock precisely, notwithstanding there may be business under discussion, Mr. Speaker shall adjourn the house, without putting any question.

03 April 1906 Amended

When such business has been disposed of, or at half-past five o'clock precisely, notwithstanding there may be business under discussion, Mr. Speaker shall adjourn the house, without putting any question.

05 May 1914 Amended

When such business has been disposed of, or at half-past five o'clock precisely, notwithstanding there may be business under discussion, Mr. Speaker shall adjourn the house without putting any question.

21 December 1927 Amended

When such business has been disposed of, or at half-past four o'clock precisely, notwithstanding there may be business under discussion, Mr. Speaker shall adjourn the house without putting any question.

14 November 1933 Repealed Article repealed