HC Deb 07 May 1928 vol 217 cc28-9

May I ask the Prime Minister whether he has any statement to make with regard to a change of business?


Yes, Sir. It was found after consultation with the Opposition that the days put down for Supply were not the most convenient, and so we made a change. The business for to-day will be Report and Third Reading of the Representation of the People (Equal Franchise) Bill; adjourned Debate on the Second Reading of the Rabbits Bill; Committee stage of the Naval Prize (Transfer of Funds) Money Resolution.

Tuesday will be a Supply day: Scottish Estimates for Public Education, Board of Health, and the Board of Agriculture.

Wednesday: Second Reading of the Agricultural Credits Bill and the Committee stage of the necessary Money Resolution.

Thursday: The Foreign Office Vote will be considered in Committee of Supply.

On Friday, the business for which day I did not announce last week, we take the Reading Second of the Dog Racing Bill.

If there is time on any day, other collected. Orders will be taken.