789. Orders of the day and notices of motions.

As soon as motions at the commencement of public business1 in the House of Commons have been disposed of, the Speaker directs the Clerk of the House to read the orders of the day, without any question being put, or calls upon a member to move the first motion as the case may be2. The House considers the orders of the day and notices of motions3 in the order in which they appear upon the order of business paper, the right being reserved to Her Majesty's Ministers of arranging government business, whether orders of the day or notices of