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Orders of the Day

The Orders of the Day are read out by the Clerk of the House at the table of the house after oral questions.

They consist of motions and instructions which the House needs formally to approve. The orders are generally read out and approved without any debate or votes taking place.




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14 Aug 08 |  Institution guides

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