§ Mr. Arthur Greenwood
May I ask the Deputy Prime Minister to state the Business of the House for the next Sitting Day; and whether a statement will be made by the Government regarding the Moscow Conference before the House rises at the end of the present series of Sittings?
§ Mr. Attlee
The Government may be able to make a statement on the third Sitting Day. I suggest that it might be convenient if, on the second Sitting Day, after the necessary Business has been disposed of, the Adjournment were moved and private Members raised those matters which would, ordinarily, have been brought up on the third Sitting Day. That would leave the third Sitting Day clear for a possible Government statement and a Debate thereon, if the House so desired.
§ Mr. Greenwood
I understand there is a widespread desire that on the second Sitting Day a Debate should be initiated on tuberculosis.