§ Mr. STUART-WORTLEY
Will the right hon. Gentleman say what business it is proposed to take on Thursday?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
On Thursday we shall take Supply—the Treasury and other outstanding Votes in Committee of Supply. We propose to take the Second Reading of the Dublin Reconstruction (Emergency Provisions) Bill to-morrow.
§ Sir F. BANBURY
In view of what the right hon. Gentleman said just now, may task whether he remembers that the Order which provides that no other business but Supply can be taken on an allotted day is an Order which has been in existence ever since the year 1902, and the practice was always so long before that. Am I to understand that the right hon. Gentleman intends to alter the Standing Order to enable him, at a late hour, to take a very controversial and contentious Bill?
§ Sir J. D. REES
When will the right hon. Gentleman take the Municipal Savings Banks (War Loan Investment) (No. 2) Bill?