§ The Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain)
Monday.—Second Reading of the Imperial Telegraphs Bill, and Committee stage of the necessary Money Resolution; Second Reading of the Mental Deficiency Bill; consideration of Lords' Amendments to the Sea Fish Industry Bill.
Wednesday.—Supply; Committee (8th Allotted Day). The Air-Raid Precautionary Services Vote will be considered.
Thursday.—Second Reading of the Essential Commodities Reserves Bill, and Committee stage of the necessary Money Resolution.
Friday.—The House will adjourn for the Whitsuntide Recess and meet again on Tuesday, 14th June.
It is hoped that there will be an opportunity to take the outstanding Import Duties Orders, including those relating to Pig Iron, either on Monday or on Tuesday.
On any day. if time permits other Orders may be taken.
After the Second Reading of the Finance Bill to-day, we propose to take the Report stage of the Herring Industry Money Resolution.
§ Mr. Attlee
Can the right hon. Gentleman say when the Essential Commodities Reserves Bill will be available?
§ Mr. H. G. Williams
Can my right hon. Friend say whether it is anticipated that the Road Haulage Wages Bill will be concluded on Friday, and, if not, whether it is intended to carry it over until after Whitsuntide?