Second reading committees (Commons)
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Period of notice
Rules regulating notices of motion
"In general, substantive motions require notice before they can be moved, whilst subsidiary motions do not. Except where the length of notice required is laid down in standing orders, notice means at least one preceding sitting day. This means that rel..."
Paragraph 20.4, in Part 3, Chapter 20
Bills referred to a second reading committee
Alternatives to second reading debate in the House
"Under the provisions of Standing Order No 90, a public bill, instead of being debated on second reading in the House, may be referred to a second reading committee on motion made by a Minister at the commencement of public business. At least ten days' ..."
Paragraph 28.53–28.55, in Part 4, Chapter 28
Second reading committees
Public bill committees
Other general committees dealing with bills
"Under Standing Order No 90, second reading committees are declared to be general committees, and the method of appointment relating to the latter applies (see para 39.3 ). Committees consider the bills referred to them (see para 28.53 ) and report to t..."
Paragraph 39.32, in Part 6, Chapter 39
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.