||The Prime Minister
That this House do now adjourn.
Proposed subject for debate: Trade and Inward Investment.
The White Paper on Free Trade and Foreign Policy: a Global Vision, Cm 3437, and the Report from the National Audit Office on Overseas Trade Services: Assistance to Exporters, of Session 1995--96, HC 293, are relevant.
||SCOTTISH GRAND COMMITTEE|
||Mr Tony Newton|
Mr Secretary Forsyth
That the Order of the House [15th November] be amended, by leaving out paragraph (2) and inserting--
'(2) at the meeting of the Committee on Monday 9th December--
(a) notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order No. 94D(2)(b) (Scottish Grand Committee (ministerial statements)), proceedings on any ministerial statement which may be made relating to E. coli in Scotland shall be brought to a conclusion not later than three-quarters of an hour after their commencement and proceedings on any ministerial statement which may be made relating to public expenditure in Scotland shall be brought to a conclusion not later than half an hour after their commencement;
(b) proceedings on the substantive Motion for the Adjournment of the Committee shall lapse at a quarter past Two o'clock; and
(c) notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (3) of Standing Order No. 94E (Scottish Grand Committee (bills in relation to their principle)), the Chairman shall put any Question necessary to dispose of any Motion which may then be made in relation to the Scottish Legal Services Ombudsman and Commissioner for Local Administration in Scotland Bill at a quarter past Three o'clock, if not previously concluded'.
||PROTECTION FROM HARASSMENT BILL|
||Mr Tony Newton
That, in respect of the Protection from Harassment Bill, notices of Amendments, new Clauses and new Schedules to be moved in Committee may be accepted by the Clerks at the Table before the Bill has been read a second time.
||CONSOLIDATED FUND BILL|
||Mr Tony Newton
That, at the sitting on Tuesday 10th December, any Consolidated Fund Bill ordered to be brought in and read the first time shall be proceeded with as if the Second Reading thereof stood as an Order of the Day, and Standing Order No. 54 (Consolidated Fund Bills) shall apply.
On the Motion for the Adjournment of the House under Standing Order No. 9 Sir John Gorst proposes to raise the subject of emergency medical arrangements for the Edgware district of North West London.