Standing Order 95, line 7, at end add—
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing paragraph, where any society, association or other body, sufficiently representing amenity, educational, travel or recreational interests, petition against a bill, alleging that the interest they represent will be adversely affected to a material extent by the provisions contained in the bill, it shall be competent to the Court of Referees, if they think fit, to admit the petitioners to be heard on such allegations against the bill or any part thereof.—[Mr. Carol Johnson.]
§ Debate arising;
§ And objection being taken to further Proceeding, the debate stood adjourned.
§ Debate to be resumed upon Monday, 1st April at Seven o'clock.