HC Deb 30 July 1925 vol 187 c777

Will you, Sir, allow me to ask the courtesy of the House to put a question of which I gave notice immediately after Questions today, namely, whether any statement can now be made regarding the position of the industrial dispute that is going on in the coal trade?

The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the TREASURY (Commander Eyres Monsell)

The Prime Minister has instructed me to say that he is not in a position to make any statement to-night on this subject, as he is meeting both parties to the dispute this evening.