§ Mr. Arthur Greenwood
May I ask the Prime Minister whether he will state the business for next week?
§ The Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain)
The business will be:
Monday—Second Reading of the Prevention of Violence (Temporary Provisions) Bill; Committee stage of the War Risks Insurance Bill, and, if there is time, Report and Third Reading of the Building Societies (No. 2) Bill.
Tuesday—Committee stage of the British Overseas Airways Bill, if reported from the Select Committee; Report and Third Reading of the War Risks Insurance Bill, and further consideration of the Building Societies (No. 2) Bill, if not already concluded.
Wednesday—Committee and remaining stages of the Prevention of Violence (Temporary Provisions) Bill; and remaining stages of the British Overseas Airways Bill.
Thursday—Supply; Committee [14th Allotted Day]; Treasury and Subordinate Departments; Opposition Motion on Old Age Pensions.
The business for Friday will be announced later.
During the week, progress will be made with other outstanding business, including the remaining stages of the Senior Public Elementary Schools (Liverpool) Bill, and House of "Commons Members Fund Bill.
§ Mr. Greenwood
I wish to give notice that on Thursday next, which has been announced as allotted to Supply, we desire to discuss the question of old age pensions, and as the rules of Order do not permit a proper discussion in Committee of Supply we would like the 721 Treasury Vote put down and withdrawn in order to make way for a Vote of Censure.
§ Mr. Dingle Foot
Are we to understand that only one day is to be allotted to the Committee and other stages, after the Second Reading, of the Prevention of Violence Bill?