§ LORD AMMON
My Lords, on behalf of my noble friend Viscount Addison, I beg to move the Motion standing on the Paper in his name.
§ Moved, That Standing Order No. XXXIX be considered in order to its being dispensed with to allow the remaining stages of the Camberwell, Bristol and Nottingham Elections (Validation) Bill to be taken, and, in the event of a message being received from the Commons that they have passed the Consolidated Fund (No. 2) Bill, in order to pass that Bill through all its stages.—(Lord Ammon.)
§ On Question, Motion agreed to, and ordered accordingly.
§ DEPARTMENT OF OVERSEAS TRADE (DISSOLUTION) ORDER, 1946.
§ MINISTRY OF AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION (DISSOLUTION) ORDER, 1946.
§ MINISTRY OF WAR TRANSPORT (DISSOLUTION) ORDER, 1946.
§ THE EARL OF CLARENDON
My Lords, I have a Message from the King, signed with his own hand. His Majesty's Message is as follows:
§ "I have received your Addresses praying that the Department of Overseas Trade (Dissolution) Order, 1946, the Ministry of Aircraft Production (Dissolution) Order, 1946, and the Ministry of War Transport (Dissolution) Order, 1946, be made in the form of the respective drafts laid before Parliament. I have complied with your request."