HC Deb 23 February 1931 vol 248 cc1770-1
84. Mr. ISAACS

asked the Home Secretary if he can now make a definite statement as to the intentions of the Government with respect to legislation intended to amend the Sunday Observance Act of 1780 so far as entertainments are concerned, in order to give equal treatment to all forms of entertainment under equal conditions?


My right hon. Friend is not yet in a position to add anything to the answer which he gave on Thursday last to the hon. Member for Central Southwark (Mr. Day) and the right hon. Member for Chorley (Mr. Hacking).


May I ask the Under-Secretary when he is likely to be in a position to give a reply?


I can add nothing to the answer.