|Criminal Justice and Police Bill
Mr. Charles Clarke: I have argued the points already and I do not want to add anything to them. I urge the Committee to allow the clause to stand part of the Bill.
Question put, That the clause stand part of the Bill:
The Committee divided: Ayes 10, Noes 6.
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Clause 44 ordered to stand part of the Bill.
Mr. Gerry Sutcliffe (Bradford, South): I beg to move, That further consideration be now adjourned.
The Chairman: The hon. Gentleman should be aware that under the sittings motion, business would normally terminate automatically at Five o'clock. However, in the interests of tidiness and completeness, I will accept the motion. The Committee will sit again at 10.30 on Tuesday morning with Mr. Hood in the Chair. I trust that those members of the Committee heading north will find more clement weather than during the past week, and I am sure that all of our good wishes go with the hon. Member for Selby (Mr. Grogan), given the traumatic circumstances that his constituents have faced this week. I wish all the Committee a peaceful and productive weekend.
Question put and agreed to.
Gale, Mr. Roger (Chairman)
Clark, Mr. Paul
Clarke, Mr. Charles
Hughes, Mr. Simon
Smith, Miss Geraldine
Thomas, Mr. Gareth R.
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