§ Mr. ATTLEE
May I ask the Prime Minister whether it is intended to take any other business than the Report stage of the Unemployment Bill to-morrow?
§ The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald)
I understand that at the present moment we are a little ahead of the Time Table, and there are two or three Orders that must be taken before the House adjourns for Whitsuntide. To-morrow, supposing the Report stage of the Unemployment Bill is finished at a reasonable time, say, 10 o'Clock, the Government would propose to utilise the time to clear off those Orders. The Orders are : the Additional Import Duties Orders Nos. 11, 12, 13, 14 and Substitution Order No. 1 The Additional Import Duties Order No. 11 relates to paper and board; Order No. 12 relates to zipp fasteners; Order No. 13 relates to typewriters; Order No. 14 relates to lead acetate; and Substitution Order No. 1 relates to eggs not in shell and peppercorns.