HC Deb 05 November 1919 vol 120 c1503
Sir D. MACLEAN (by Private Notice)

asked the Leader of the House whether, in considering the arrangements for business next week, which he will announce to-morrow, he will bear in mind the fact that 11th November (next Tuesday) is Armistice Day, and as hon. Members of the House have no doubt made many arrangements, notably in connection with the League of Nations, he could, if possible, set down business as little contentions in character as, in consideration of the exigencies of Parliamentary business, he can manage to do?


Before I received notice of my right hon. Friend's question, I had already discussed this with my Noble Friend, and I hope it may be possible to do what he has suggested. The worst of the House of Commons, however, is that it is always the unexpected that happens.


Will he say what business they have in their minds?


I think it will be sufficient if I tell you what we have in our minds to-morrow.

Ordered, "That the Army Estimates, 1919–20 (Further Vote on Account) [presented 30th October], be considered in Committee of Supply."—[Mr. Boner Law.]

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