HC Deb 07 July 1937 vol 326 cc355-61
Mr. Attlee

May I ask the Prime Minister whether he has any alteration to announce with regard to the business for the remainder of this week.

The Prime Minister

Yes, Sir. It would seem that there is a reasonable chance of concluding the Committee stage of the Agriculture Bill at to-morrow's sitting, and that it will be unnecessary to give Friday for consideration of this Bill. Therefore, on Friday we shall take Supply, when the Ministry of Transport Vote will be considered.

Mr. Attlee

I suppose it is not intended to ask the House to sit to a very late hour to-morrow?

The Prime Minister

We have reason to hope that it will not be necessary to sit late.

Mr. Crossley

Is it intended to take the Stretford Gas Extension Order to-morrow?

The Prime Minister

indicated assent.

  1. SHOPS (SUNDAY TRADING RESTRICTION) ACT (1936) AMENDMENT (No. 2). 2,162 words, 1 division
  2. c361
  3. BILLS REPORTED. 63 words