A financial resolution is not part of the proceedings on a bill and may therefore be taken at any time before the detailed consideration of the provisions of the bill which necessitate the resolution. Although such resolutions are normally considered immediately after the second reading of bills, they have also been considered after presentation and before second reading and at other later stages of bills1. It is now provided that when, as is normally the case, a motion authorising expenditure in connection with a bill or on a ways and means motion in connection with a bill is dealt
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