HC Deb 03 December 1906 vol 166 c603
MR. A. J. BALFOUR (City of London)

asked the Prime Minister what days he proposed to assign for the promised debates on the Army and wireless telegraphy, and what business he contemplated taking on Thursday and Friday.


said he was afraid he could not say yet when those debates would take place. On Thursday it was proposed to take the Education (Provision of Meals) Bill and to submit a Motion for the suspension of the eleven o'clock rule for the rest of the session.

MR. KEIR-HARDIE (Merthyr Tydvil)

asked whether the Prime Minister would not give the Report of the Procedure Committee priority over the debates on the Army and wireless telegraphy.


We have certain obligations in regard to those two subjects, but I am very anxious to have the discussion on procedure as soon as possible.