HC Deb 11 July 1935 vol 304 cc498-9

May I ask the Prime Minister if he will tell us the business for next week?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)

Monday: Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Money (No. 2) Resolution; Report and Third Reading of the National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill; Second Reading of the House of Commons Disqualification (Declaration of Law) Bill; Committee stage of the British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill.

Tuesday: Supply, Committee (14th Allotted day), Home Office Vote.

Wednesday: Supply, Committee (15th Allotted day), Ministry of Health Vote.

Thursday: Supply, Committee (16th Allotted day). The Vote will be announced later.

Friday: Second Reading of the Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill.

On any day, if there is time, other Orders may be taken.


I would ask the right hon. Gentleman not to take it for granted that the whole of the Orders he has announced for Monday can be got through in anything like a, reasonable time. One or two of them we shall require to discuss, I think, rather more at length than the right hon. Gentleman has contemplated.


Perhaps the right hon. Gentleman will permit me to hope.


I hope the weather will be cooler.