Standing orders exempt certain categories of business from lapsing at the moment of interruption1. Thus proceedings on a bill brought in on a ways and means resolution may be entered upon after the interruption of business even if opposed2. Such proceedings will not be interrupted and, if they are under discussion when the business is postponed under the provisions of any standing order, may be resumed, even if opposed, after the interruption of business3. There is a similar absence of restriction on debate on the consideration of petitions as to present personal grievances4.
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