HC Deb 08 July 1908 vol 191 cc1682-3
MR. DUNDAS WHITE (Dumbarton shire)

I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether the Government will give facilities for the passing this session of the Daylight Saving Bill, now entitled the Local Time (Great Britain and Ireland) Bill; and, if so, whether the Government will propose amendments making clear that the adoption of the proposed modification of time is not compulsory, and substituting for the term local time some less ambiguous term.


No, Sir. The Government have no intention of giving facilities for the passing of the Daylight Saving Bill.