HC Deb 10 April 1907 vol 172 c328
MR. J. A. PEASE (Essex, Saffron Walden)

, in moving the Adjournment of the House, gave notice that the Prime Minister would to-morrow move the suspension of the Eleven o'clock rule.

SIR A. ACLAND-HOOD (Somerset, Wellington)

thought it might be for the convenience of the House for him to say that, if that Resolution were carried, the sitting to-morrow was likely to be peculiarly long.

Adjourned at a Quarter after Eleven o'clock