§ Whereupon Mr. DEPUTY-SPEAKER, pursuant to the Order o£ the House of 17th July, proposed the Question, "That this House do now adjourn."
§ Mr. GULLAND (Lord of the Treasury)
I am afraid I cannot answer that definitely. The Prime Minister said that if it were possible more notice should be given. I think it is probable that the Bills taken to-morrow will be the Milk and Dairies Bill and the County and Borough Councils (Qualification) (No. 3) Bill. It may be the National Insurance Act, 1911 (Part II. Amendment) Bill, Report stage, but it will probably be the Milk and Dairies Bill.
§ Mr. JONATHAN SAMUEL
May I point out to the hon. Member for Pontefract that the suggestion of forty-eight hours is more in the nature of an ultimatum. I would advise him not to press it.
§ Adjourned accordingly at Three minutes after Twelve o'clock.