§ Major Sir HARRY BARNSTON (Controller of the Household)
May I ask Mr. Speaker, what arrangements you have been able to make for the printing and publication of the Votes and Proceedings
§ Mr. SPEAKER
A very limited number of Order Papers have been printed, under some difficulty. A copy has been placed in the Library, and one in the Vote Office for the use of Members. I will call hon. Members by name and the number of their questions, seeing that they will not have the Order Paper themselves. Similar arrangements will be possible, I hope, for to-morrow. After that, other arrangements may have to be made. I cannot hold out any hope of circulating papers as usual.
I should like to add that it will facilitate the task of bringing out the papers if hon. Members will abstain, as far as they can, from putting down questions. Urgent questions, of course, can be asked by private notices as usual.