HC Deb 21 August 1916 vol 85 cc2282-3
Mr. ELLIS GRIFFITH (by Private Notice)

asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the desirability of discussing before the Recess several urgent matters, including the price of food, the allowances and pensions to soldiers and sailors and their dependents, and the Report of the Committee on Public Accounts, he will give more than one day for the Debate on the Motion for Adjournment?


No, Sir. I am not aware of any general desire, either in the House or in the country, for such a prolongation of the Debate.


It may be all night, then?