§ SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE
inquired what Business the Government 1920 proposed to take at the Morning Sitting to-morrow and on Monday?
§ MR. BERESFORD HOPE
asked, Whether a time could be fixed for the second reading of the Burials Bill?
said, that the Burials Bill would not be taken next week. The Business to-morrow would depend upon the course of the debate to-night on the Compensation for Disturbance (Ireland) Bill. If it were not closed, it would be proceeded with tomorrow. If it were, then the adjourned debate on the Employers' Liability Bill would be taken.
said, that since he had replied to the Question put to him as to the Business for to-morrow a communication had been made to him signifying a desire on the part of some hon. Members for a postponement of the adjourned debate on the Employers' Liability Bill. He had not had an opportunity of communicating with the President of the Local Government Board; and he would be excused, under the circumstances, if he withdrew the statement he had made with regard to the Employers' Liability Bill. He would, as soon as possible, fix a day for the renewal of the debate.