"That, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders:
(1) the Twenty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Protection of Human Life in Pregnancy) Bill, 2001, be referred to the Select Committee on Health and Children, in accordance with Standing Order 112(1) and paragraph 1(a)(i) of the Orders of Reference of that Committee and that it be an instruction to the Select Committee that it shall–
(a) consider the provisions contained in the Second Schedule to the Bill section by section, the question on each such section being ‘That the section (or the section, as amended) stand part of the Schedule'; and
(b) thereafter consider the title of the provisions contained in the Schedule, the question on the title being ‘That the title of the provisions stand part of the Schedule'.
(2) the proceedings in the Select Committee shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion at 6 p.m. on Thursday, 29 November, 2001, by one question, which shall be put from the Chair, and which shall, in relation to amendments, include only those set down or accepted by the Minister for Health and Children, or a Minister of State, nominated as substitute on his behalf; whereupon the Select Committee shall, in accordance with Standing Order 79B, send a message to the Dáil in relation to the completion of its consideration of the Twenty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Protection of Human Life in Pregnancy) Bill, 2001, and Standing Order 79A(2) shall apply accordingly."