HC Deb 14 November 1918 vol 110 c2891

In regard to Tuesday, His Majesty the King has intimated that he would like to send a Message to the Empire by addressing both Houses of Parliament and the official representatives of the Dominions and India in this country. After consultation, it has been thought that the best method of doing this would be that an Address should be presented to His Majesty in both Houses, and the Motion giving the terms of the Address will be put on the Paper to-night. It will be moved in both Houses on Monday. The proposal is that, after this House assembles on Tuesday, it should adjourn to the Royal Gallery; but the day will not be lost, as it is not expected to take a long time. The arrangements will be mentioned on Monday.