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order paper

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) a list indicating the order in which business is to be conducted, esp in Parliament
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Noun1.order paper - a printed copy of the order of the day
order of the day - the order of business for an assembly on a given day
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order paper

n (esp Parl) → Tagesordnung f
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The former Tory grandee was among 21 of the party's MPs to have the whip removed after helping defeat the government on a bill to seize control of the Commons order paper.
The exchanges came just hours after MPs voted to seize control of the order paper, raising the likelihood of a delay to Brexit and prompting the PM to threaten a general election.
But if MPs vote to "seize control of the order paper", which means controlling the agenda, then they can decide which laws are debated.
MPs will seek to take control of the Commons agenda, known as the order paper, at 2.30pm today.
The two per cent increase requires an amendment to the National Insurance Act and during the last sitting of Parliament the matter was not included on the Order Paper.
He said the session was adjourned due to the low participation of assemblymen in debates on the issues tabled during the session and that the supposed amendment on the proposed Bill was merely a rumour and never listed in the Order Paper.
The MCAs who walked out demanded that the house should not proceed with any agenda in the order paper until the issue of bursaries is addressed.
Energy and Clean Growth Minister Chris Skidmore has signed the order paper which makes the law come into force today, after it passed the Commons and Lords this week.
LORD BROCKWAY My Lords, I beg leave to ask the Question which stands in my name on the Order Paper.
Legislators across both Houses can now view the Hansard, order papers, bills and the legislative calendar within a second through the STL-developed platform.Clerk of the National Assembly Michael Sialai had in April said that digitisation of the order paper alone will save the government at least Sh15 million annually in printing and photocopy costs.
As at the time of filing this report, the Supplementary Order Paper which contained the details of the actual amount approved by both chambers was being printed.
He told the Marr Show: "If an amendment goes through where Parliament takes control of the order paper then that leaves open the door to Parliament then legislating to take no-deal off the table.