report stage


Related to report stage: first reading, Third reading

report stage

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) the stage preceding the third reading in the passage of a bill through Parliament, at which the bill, as amended in committee, is reported back to the chamber considering it
Translations

report stage

n the bill has reached the report stage (Brit Parl) → der Gesetzentwurf kommt nach seiner Beratung im Ausschuss zur Berichterstattung wieder vors Parlament
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In the latest of a string of defeats inflicted on the Government, the upper house voted by 293 to 211 to approve the reform by a majority of 82 during a debate on the report stage of the European Union Referendum Bill.
The amendments being laid by the Government will be debated by MPs on the floor of the House of Commons at Report Stage on Monday, November 9th.
As a unicameral chamber, it is critical that the Assembly has suf-ficient time and opportunity to consider in detail and add value to a proposed law, so we would like to see a compulsory report stage, and highlight the importance of pre-legislative scrutiny.
Bill C-51, best known by its short title, the Antiterrorism Act, 2015, was concurred in at report stage on May 4, 2015 and read the third time and passed on May 6, 2015, after defeat of a reasoned amendment proposed by Randall Garrison (Esquimalt--Juan de Fuca).
The Commission proposed changing the question in its statutory advice issued to Parliament, ahead of the report stage of the European Union Referendum Bill.
Mundell said he would bring forward amendments to the Bill at its report stage in the Commons after he had finished "sorting the wheat from the chaff".
For example, an EH scheduled to meet Stage 2 in 2014 could report Stage 1 measures alternatively.
A hardcore of between four and six MPs repeatedly voted against the International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) Bill during report stage and third reading, posing scores of wrecking amendments and opposing the principle of the Bill.
The report stage and third reading have been allocated just four hours debate.
The amendment - New clause 11 - was proposed by shadow minister for sport Clive Efford and was voted on as the bill, which seeks to regulate gambling on a point-of-consumption basis, reached its report stage.
The legislation which is in its report stage in the Commons will be debated by MPs with hopes from Tyneside veterans that back-bench Conservatives and the Labour party will push for a re-think.
The bill will now go to the report stage back on the floor of the House of Commons.