HC Deb 12 May 1908 vol 188 c944
MR. AKERS-DOUGLAS (Kent, St. Augustine's)

asked as to Thursday's business.


said that the Second Reading of the Education Bill would be taken on Monday. On Thursday Supply would be taken, a Supplementary Vote of £5 being put down in order to enable the House to discuss the Report of the Select Committee on Parliamentary Debates. There would also be several small Treasury Votes relating to rates on Government property, the Mint, the National Debt Office, miscellaneous expenses, the Civil Service Commission, and the Customs and Inland Revenue.

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