HC Deb 08 May 1933 vol 277 cc1226-7

If the Motion to suspend the Eleven O'clock Rule is carried, how far does the Prime Minister propose to go to-night?


The Eleven O'clock Rule is being suspended in order to move Mr. Speaker out of the Chair on the Civil Estimates so that the House may go formally into Committee of Supply. It is also proposed to-day to consider a Motion for an Address for the appointment of a judge in the King's Bench Division, and to take the Report stage of the Exchange Equalisation Account Money Resolution. Both those items, however, are exempted business. Three Orders under the Sunday Entertainments Act, 1932, which are on the Paper, will also be moved to-night.

Ordered, That the Proceedings on Government Business be exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House)."—[The Prime Minister.]