HC Deb 10 September 1914 vol 66 cc654-7

I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether for the remainder of the Session he would consent to the Motion for the Adjournment of the House being moved before the ordinary Government measures on the Order Paper are called, and thus provide a fuller opportunity for private Members to raise any question of an urgent character than is possible in an half-hour's Debate?


I will give my right hon. Friend's suggestion full and sympathetic consideration—[HON. MEMBERS: "No!"]—but I wish first to ascertain the feeling of the House. I am quite sure that the House does not desire to enter into any unnecessary discussion, and hon. Members will, no doubt, bear in mind that it is particularly difficult for Ministers to answer questions without adequate previous notice.

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