The bill granting full British passports to Hong Kong's war widows was due to complete all its stages in the House of Lords this morning following Labour's accidental blocking of a similar measure in the Commons last month. The measure has already had its formal first reading in the Commons, and last night, just a few lords, including former Governor Lord MacLehose, were expected to speak in praise of it. The bill then goes to the House of Commons where Labour has this time promised full co-operation. The bill should become law at the end of the current parliamentary session in July. Labour deputy whip Nick Brown mistakenly objected to the bill progressing last month and the measure in the first form was killed off.