§ Mr. BALDWIN
May I ask the Lord Privy Seal if there is any change in the order of business for to-morrow, and at the same time, how late he proposes to keep the House sitting to-night?
§ The LORD PRIVY SEAL (Mr. Clynes)
On Thursday last I announced certain items of business which were then prepared for to-morrow and to that list we propose certain additions. May I say we regard most of these additions as departmental, and, we hope, non-conversial and they ought not to take very much of the time of the House to-morrow. The complete list, including the items previously announced, is as follows:
As to to-night's sitting, it will depend upon the progress which is made. My right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer does not propose to ask the House to sit unduly late.
- Public Health (Scotland) Amendment Bill, Second Reading.
- Old Age Pensions Bill, Second Reading.
- Post Office (London) Railway Bill, Second Reading.
- County Courts Bill, Report.
- Auxiliary Air Force and Air Force Reserve Bill [Lords], Report.
- Government of India (Leave of Absence) [Money], Resolution in Committee.
- Telegraph [Money], Resolution.
- Pacific Cable Board Bill, Lords Amendment.
- Carriage of Goods by Sea Bill [Lords], Report.
- Administration of Justice Bill [Lords], Report.