§ MR. R. H. PAGET
asked the President of the Local Government Board, Whether the Government intend to pro- 1950 ceed with this Bill this evening; and, if not, whether he will inform the House on what day it will be proceeded with?
§ SIR WALTER B. BARTTELOT
said, that they had been promised by the Government that the Bill should be taken at a reasonable hour. The measure was one of great importance, in which many hon. Members took a deep interest; he did not consider that 11 o'clock was a reasonable time to discuss it.
§ MR. DODSON
said, there was no chance of the Bill coming on that evening. He hoped to proceed with it tomorrow at an early hour.