HC Deb 13 June 1906 vol 158 c971
MR. A. J. BALFOUR (City of Lon don)

asked what would be the business of the House on Friday, and what would be the business on Monday and subsequent days. There were rumours of such a character regarding the business on Monday as made it desirable that the Prime Minister should give the House as soon as possible any information in his power.


The first order on Friday will be the Public Trustee Bill, which has come down from the House of Lords. The next order will be the Bills of Exchange Act Amendment Bill, and then we will proceed with the Bills on the Paper to-day so far as they have not been over taken. On Monday I propose to move, or my right hon. friend will move for me, a Motion determining the future course of progress on the Education Bill.


The intimation just made is one of importance. Can the right hon. Gentleman tell us how soon the proposals which we are to discuss on Monday will be on the Paper? The sooner they can be in the hands of hon. Members the better.


I hope to-morrow; that is to say, they will be handed in to-morrow; they will not be on the Paper to-morrow.