This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Papers presented to Parliament
"In the Commons the procedure also survives in the form of ‘Motions for Unopposed Returns’ (see para 19.12 ) for particular documents which the Minister responsible for the government department concerned wishes to make public—hence they are ‘unopposed’..."
Paragraph 7.32, in Part 1, Chapter 7
Warsama v Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The twenty-first century
Later cases relating to freedom of speech
"Warsama v Foreign and Commonwealth Office looked at the extent to which freedom of speech in Parliament enjoyed privilege by analysis of whether or not a particular matter was in fact a proceeding in Parliament. The central question was whether a pape..."
Paragraph 16.31, in Part 2, Chapter 16
Motions for unopposed returns
Order of business
Business taken immediately after prayers
"Immediately after private business is the usual time for moving motions for returns (of accounts and other documents) of which notice stands upon the notice paper for the day, and which the Minister responsible for the government department concerned h..."
Paragraph 19.12, in Part 3, Chapter 19
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.