HC Deb 31 October 1918 vol 110 c1643

May I inquire what Orders will be taken to-day, and what will be the business for next week?


We shall not be able to-day to take the first Order—Police Pensions' Bill—Second Reading. After the Motion for Adjournment is disposed of, we will take the following Orders:—No. 2 (Bastardy Laws Amendment Act (1872) Amendment Bill—Committee), No. 3 (Loans—Incumbents of Benefices—Amendment Bill—Lords—Committee), and, if time permits, No. 6 (Licensed Stockbrokers)—Ireland—Bill, Second Beading).

Next week the business will be—

On Monday we propose to take the further stages of the School Teachers (Superannuation) Bill, the Tithe Bill, the Second Reading of the Police (Pensions) Bill, and the Parliament (Qualification of Women) Bill.

On Tuesday there will be the Irish Debate.

The business for the remainder of the week will be announced on Monday.