HC Deb 20 June 1902 vol 109 c1327

[On the Motion for Adjournment.]

MR. GROVES (Salford, S.)

asked the First Lord of the Treasury if he could inform the House whether, if the Education Bill got through on Monday, he would take the Licensing Bill. The last time the Licensing Bill came on it was without any notice, and that had placed many Members in a very awkward position.


said he feared the Education Bill would not be through on Monday night. All he could say was that the Licensing Bill would be placed on the Paper as the second Order.