§ 47. Commander King-Hall
asked the Prime Minister whether he will give time for the discussion of the Motion on the Order Paper in the name of the hon. and gallant Member for Ormskirk relative to the Palace of Westminster (Accommodation).
§ [That a message be sent to the Lords to put their Lordships in mind that they have appointed a Committee to join with a Committee of this House to enquire into the accommodation in the Palace of 586 Westminster and to put their Lordships in mind that no place or time has been fixed for the meeting of the Joint Committee.]
§ The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Eden)
No, Sir. I am informed that arrangements are being made for the first meeting of the Joint Committee on the Palace of Westminster (Accommodation) and that a message is expected shortly from another place.