§ Mr. CLYNES
On Thursday last I announced that the business for next Thursday would be the Ministry of Transport Vote, but in deference to a request that I have received through the usual channels, I am arranging for the Vote for the Ministry of Labour to be taken on that date. I also wish to announce that with respect to Wednesday, the Government propose to take the Committee stage of two urgent Supplementary Votes, that for the British Airship Service and that for the Scottish Fisheries. In case the discussion on these Votes is not completed by quarter-past eight, the Government propose to put down a Motion to suspend the Eleven o'clock rule, the suspension to be limited to enable the Government to secure the Vote on these two Estimates.
§ Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY
Can the right hon. Gentleman say what other Vote will be put down for Thursday, after the question of the Minister of Labour's salary has been disposed of?
§ Mr. HOPE
Does my right hon. Friend anticipate that the discussion on the Finance Bill will end to-morrow?
§ Mr. BALDWIN
Have the Government come to any decision as to when the Debate on Preference will be taken, and what time it will occupy?
§ Mr. CLYNES
It is still uncertain whether we can take that Debate next week. As to the length of time, those questions have to be considered in reference to the amount of time which we are compelled to give to other questions, keeping in mind the relative importance of the different questions, but we will do our best to meet the wishes of the House.