HC Deb 30 August 1926 vol 199 cc6-8

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do meet To-morrow, at Eleven of the Clock. — [Mr. Churchill.]


I understand by consent of the House it is possible to discuss the general question to-morrow. I assume the Government assent to that order of procedure, otherwise it will be quite impossible to discuss the general position.

The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER (Mr. Churchill)

The Government are perfectly willing that there should be a general Debate to-morrow on the Adjournment.

Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY

I understand we are meeting at eleven, if the Motion be carried. Is it the intention of the Government to put an Order on the Paper as to the time we shall rise, and, if so, at what time shall we rise?


We shall certainly have to put a Motion on the Paper to-morrow.

Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY

At what time shall we rise?


After discussion through the usual channels, we hope that about 5 o'clock will see our labours concluded.


On a point of Order. I hope we shall not make any mistake. Under what circumstances can we now proceed to discuss the Emergency Regulations, which, I understand, are not on the Order Paper?


The assent of the House having been obtained, I take no objection to our proceeding with the Emergency Regulations in the absence of Notice on the Paper.

Question put, and agreed to.

Resolved, "That this House do meet To-morrow, at Eleven of the Clock."