§ On the Motion for the adjournment of the House,
§ *THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRE-OF THE TREASURY (Sir A. ACLAND-HOOD, Somersetshire Wellington)
announced that in consequence of a delay at the printers the first Order to-morrow (Tuesday) would be Vote I. of the Navy Estimates.
§ MR. WHITLEY (Halifax)
said he hoped that the right hon. Gentleman would understand that there was a strong feeling that at least at one stage of these Estimates there should be a general discussion, when a free hand should be given without the closure.
§ MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL (Oldham)
asked if one of the reasons why the Government had altered their programme was that there was less danger of defeat upon the Navy Votes than upon the Supplementary Estimates.
§ [No answer was returned.]
§ Adjourned at twenty-nine minutes before One o'clock.