HC Deb 09 November 1928 vol 222 cc371-2

Perhaps you will allow me, Mr. Speaker, to say that when I put the question on business yesterday I was under a misapprehension, and made a slight reflection on the Prime Minister, which I would not have done if I had had full information. I would now ask the Prime Minister if he will tell us what business he proposes to take next week.

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)

On Monday: Debate on the Address; the Amendment which we are now discussing will be disposed of at half-past seven.

Tuesday: Debate on the Address. The Liberal party Amendment on Foreign Affairs will be considered.

Wednesday: The Labour party's second Amendment will be considered, and the Debate on the Address in reply to the King's Speech brought to a conclusion on Wednesday night.

Thursday; Unemployment Insurance Bill, Second Reading; and Second Reading, which is a purely formal stage, of the Expiring Laws Continuance Bill.

Friday: Unemployment Insurance Bill, Committee; and Expiring Laws Continuance Bill, Committee.

If there is time on Thursday and Friday, other Orders will be taken.