HC Deb 27 July 1914 vol 65 c921
51. Mr. HOARE

asked the Prime Minister whether the only opportunity for discussing the educational administration of England and Wales, and its expenditure of twenty millions of public money, will be on the second Order for Tuesday, which may never be reached; and whether, in view of the importance of many questions connected with it and the fact that the Government have postponed their Education Bill, he will give a full day for discussion before the Session ends?


As the hon. Member is aware, arrangements as to the subjects to be discussed on Supply days are made through the usual channels, and I shall be glad to concur if, in the remaining days allotted to Supply, the Education Estimates are arranged to be taken. An opportunity may also occur on the Second or Third Reading of the Appropriation Bill.

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