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Before we come to other Back Benchers, I remind everybody that we will start the Front-Bench speeches at 5.30 pm.
Order. I remind hon.
I call the Minister, mindful that we will have a winding-up speech from Peter Dowd at the end.
Before I call Back Benchers to speak, I remind Members that in this 90-minute debate we will be calling the Front Benchers no later than
I remind hon. Members participating physically and virtually that they must arrive for the start of debates in Westminster Hall.
We are drawing to a close. I am mindful of the time—we have literally two minutes left—so we might as well end slightly early.
With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 10 in schedule 1, page 6, line 26, at end insert “with the consent of
With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment 9, in schedule 1, page 6, line 24, at end insert— “(5) The Secretary of State must,
As the remaining amendments to clause 1 are consequential to amendment 2, to which the Committee has just disagreed, I will not call amen
With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment 6, in schedule 1, page 6, line 2, at end insert— ‘(c) the Chief Executive Officer of