S.O.89 Closure - consequential divisions
89. When the House has carried the question “That the question be now put” and any reply has been made, the Speaker shall then put any questions that are consequential on the carriage of the closure motion.
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|S.O. 99 of 1994 (Repealed)||99. When the House or the Committee has carried the question "That the question be now put": The Speaker or the Chairman may, with the leave of the House or Committee, order the bells to be rung to deal with any divisions on any questions that are consequential on the closure motion.|
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