HC Deb 06 December 1920 vol 135 c1882

Motion made, and Question proposed: That a Supplementary sum, not exceeding £68,540, be granted to His Majesty, to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1921, for the salaries and expenses of the Insurance Commission (Ireland), and for sundry contributions and grants in respect of the cost of benefits and expenses of administration under the National Insurance (Health) Acts, 1911 to 1920 (including certain Grants in Aid).


There is one item likely to be rather controversial, and I want to ask the Government—

It being Eleven of the clock, the Chairman left the Chair to make his Report to the House.

Resolutions to be reported To-morrow.

Committee report Progress; to sit again To-morrow.

The, remaining Government Orders were read, and postponed.

Whereupon Mr. DEPUTY-SPEAKER (Sir E. Cornwall), pursuant to the Order of the House of 19th October, proposed the Question, "That this House do now adjourn."

Question put, and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly at One minute after Eleven o'clock.