HC Deb 19 November 1918 vol 110 cc3390-2

Lords Amendments to be considered forthwith—[Sir A. Griffith-Boscawen]; considered accordingly, and agreed to.

The remaining Order was read, and postponed.

Whereupon Mr. SPEAKER, pursuant to the Order of the House of the 13th February, proposed the Question, "That this House do now adjourn."


I desire to ask if any Member on the Treasury Bench will tell us what the Government propose to do with the starving prisoners in Germany who have been turned out. Sixty thousand of our men have been turned out without food. Ought we not to say we will send no food until they feed our prisoners? The Government really ought to take some action in the matter.

Mr. PRATT (Lord of the Treasury)

I have had no notice that this question would be raised, but I will immediately convey it to my hon. Friend the Member for Sheffield (Mr. Hope), and I am sure he will give it immediate attention.

Question put, and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly at Sixteen minutes before Six o'clock.