HC Deb 10 June 1913 vol 53 c1463

May I ask if the right hon. Gentleman the Prime Minister has any statement to make about business?


To-morrow, after the Second Reading of the Finance Bill, if time permits, we hope to take the Second Reading of the two Post Office Bills, the Money Committee of Appellate Jurisdiction, the Report of the Soudan Loan Guarantee, and the Bee Disease Bill. On Friday, we shall take the Report of the Army Votes and of the Office of Works Votes, Committee of Ways and Means, and, if time permits, some other Supply, which will be arranged in the usual way.

Ordered, "That the Proceedings on the Government of Ireland Bill, if under discussion at Eleven o'clock this night, be not interrupted under the Standing Order (Sittings of the House).—[The Prime Minister.]