§ 44. Lieut.-Colonel POWNALL
asked the Prime Minister whether it is intended 601 to introduce during the present Session a Bill to abolish night baking on the lines of the Government Bill of 1920?
The LEADER of the HOUSE (Mr. Chamberlain)
I cannot at present say whether it will be possible to find time for this Bill this Session
§ Mr. W. THORNE
Is it not a fact that the Government promised to introduce legislation to deal with this subject last Session?
I think a hope of dealing with it was expressed, but, having regard to the great amount of work we have to perform, especially financial work, I should not like to begin this Session by making promises which I may not be able to carry out.
§ Mr. NEWBOULD
If the bakers can stay up all night baking bread, cannot this House stay up all night passing legislation?