HC Deb 29 April 1909 vol 4 c471

I desire to ask the Prime Minister what business he intends to take next week; secondly, with regard to his Motion for the Suspension of the Eleven o'clock Rule, and presume he does not intend to keep the House to a later hour than is necessary for getting the Resolutions; and, thirdly, I wish to ask whether we shall have a full opportunity of discussing the Budget proposals on some subsequent Resolution?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Asquith)

With regard to next week we propose on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to take the Budget Resolutions, with the suspension of the 11 o'clock Rule on these nights. On Thursday we shall take Supply. With regard to the last question put by the right hon. Gentleman it will be necessary before the House adjourns to-night to get three Resolutions. On Monday, with the assent of the Chair, in accordance with the usual practice, we suggest that the general Debate should be continued on the next Resolution.