§ Mr. SHORTT
To-morrow it is proposed to take the Acquisition of Land Bill and the Money Resolution for the Electricity (Supply) Bill. It is proposed also to ask the House to suspend the Standing Orders, for the purpose of getting those two Orders.
On Thursday, the Post Office Vote will be taken.
§ Sir D. MACLEAN
Is the Eleven o'Clock Rule to be suspended, in order to get the Land Acquisition Bill through, as well as the Money Resolution?
Sir H. DALZIEL
Can the right hon. Gentleman give any indication when the Peace terms will be in the hands of Members?
§ Mr. BILLING
Is it proposed that any discussion shall take place on the Peace terms after they are laid on the Table?
§ Mr. BOWERMAN
As many of my colleagues who are interested in the Post Office Vote cannot be here this week, can the right hon. Gentleman see his way not to take that Vote on Thursday?
§ Mr. SHORTT
I understand that my right hon. Friend and those who act with him only asked that the Home Office Vote should not be taken, and suggested that anything else might be taken. As it has been arranged to take the Post Office Vote, I am afraid it is too late to alter it now.
That the Civil Services Estimates, 1919–20, Ministry of Munitions Vote, be considered in Committee of Supply."—[Mr. Shortt,]