§ Mr. Greenwood
May I ask the Prime Minister, first, whether he can say anything about the arrangements for the short Adjournment of the House to-day, and, secondly, whether he will state the business for next week?
§ The Prime Minister
I understand that you, Mr. Speaker, will be making a statement about the Adjournment this afternoon. The business for next week will be:
§ Monday. —Committee stage of the Ways and Means Resolution for the Armaments Profits Duty.
§ Tuesday. —Finance Bill; Committee; Report stage of the Ways and Means Resolution for the Armaments Profits Duty.2453
§ Friday. —Supply; Committee [9th Allotted Day—2nd part], Ministry of Labour and Unemployment Assistance Board.
§ On any day, if time permits, other Orders may be taken.
In regard to business, could the Prime Minister indicate whether an opportunity will be given to discuss the Government's neglect to deal with old age pensions?