HC Deb 11 December 1906 vol 167 c153
MR. A. J. BALFOUR (City of London)

asked for an indication of the proposed course of business.


said he could only speak conjecturally as to future business because he did not know what the course of the discussion on the Lords Amendments to the Education Bill would be or how long it would take. But to-day the debate on the Motion he was to propose would be followed by the Second Reading of the Expiring Laws Continuance Bill and the Land Tax Commissioners' Bill. To-morrow, after the Education discussion, there would be the Procedure resolutions as to divisions, and the Committee stage of the Expiring Laws Continuance Bill; and on Thursday, the Third Reading of that Bill and the Committee stage of the National Galleries (Scotland) Bill. The Third; Reading of the Workmen's Compensation Bill and the Report stage of the Education (Provision of Meals) Bill would be taken on Friday.


suggested that it would be more convenient to take the Provision of Meals Bill on Thursday and the National Galleries (Scotland) Bill might be taken on Friday.


said if that were so he should be glad to make that arrangement.