§ SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE
Can the right hon. Gentleman the Prime Minister give the House any information in regard to the Easter Holidays?
We shall propose that the House should pursue the course which has become common of late years. Last year the holiday was lengthened somewhat, in consequence of the length of the time the House had been labouring before Easter. This year it is the average time, and we propose to do what has been usual of late years. We shall meet on the Tuesday in Passion week for a Morning Sitting, and then adjourn till the Monday week following.