§ THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (MR. GEORGE WHITELEY,) YORKSHIRE, W.R., Pudsey
announced that he intended to move the suspension of the eleven o'clock rule the next day in order to ensure the passing of the Motion for the adjournment for the Easter holidays.
§ SIR A. ACLAND-HOOD (Somersetshire, Wellington)
said he noticed that the hon. Gentleman had put down the rules of procedure for Monday week; he did not think he could intend to take them on that day, because there was a distinct understanding that they should not be taken till the following Thursday.
§ MR. GEORGE WHITELEY
said there was certainly an understanding that that business should not be taken till Thursday. At all events, there was a tentative understanding.
§ Adjourned at eight minutes after Eleven o'clock.