Ten-minute rule bills
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Motions under Standing Order No 23 (the ‘Ten-minute Rule’)
Public business: Business taken in Government time
House business in government time
"Under the terms of Standing Order No 23, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays one private Member is able to set down a notice of motion for consideration at the commencement of public business for leave to bring in a bill. The Member who makes the motion and a M..."
Paragraph 18.40, in Part 3, Chapter 18
Question to be put at a specified point or elapse of time
Requirements on Chair to put the question
"Standing orders in a number of circumstances provide for the putting of the question, or for the debate to be ended in other ways, either after the elapse of a specified period of time, or by a particular time of day, or both:"
Paragraph 20.50, in Part 3, Chapter 20
Motions for leave to bring in bills or for nomination of select committees under Standing Order No 23 (`Ten-minute Rule’)
Order of business
Business taken after questions (including business being taken ‘at the commencement of public business’)
"Motions for leave to bring in bills and for the nomination of select committees may be set down at the commencement of public business after the foregoing motions on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays by members of the Government and on Tues..."
Paragraph 19.28, in Part 3, Chapter 19
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.