HC Deb 12 November 1908 vol 196 c562

In view of the late sitting last night may I appeal to the Leader of the House not to have a very late sitting to-night. The Bill under discussion is one in which there is great interest, and I am informed that last night the debate was mainly carried on by hon. Members on the Government side. There is, of course, no question of obstruction, but I hope under the circumstances there will not be a very late sitting.


This, as the right hon. Gentleman indicates, is not a party Bill, and I had hoped we might get through it in reasonable time. Of course no undue pressure will be put on the House.