§ Mr. P. SNOWDEN
As was indicated on Thursday last, it is not proposed to add to the programme then announced any business likely to involve unduly late sittings, and the Prime- Minister feels, in view of the very heavy calls recently made upon the House, particularly in the last two weeks, that he would not be justified in asking the House to enter, at a late hour, upon such an important subject as the Lords Amendments to the Representation of the People Bill. This will accordingly be taken without delay after the House resumes.
Sir N. G RATTAN-DOYLE
Does not the right hon. Gentleman think that this very important Bill is worth a late sitting or two?
§ Mr. SNOWDEN
I am sure that, if there were a unanimous desire in the House to have late sittings in order to facilitate the progress of this Bill, we should raise no objection.