§ The Prime Minister
The House will have heard with deep regret of the passing away, yesterday evening, of one of the best known and most illustrious figures in our public life—Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor. I do not think we can do any more Business to-day. I believe that that will be the feeling of the House. The precedent I would advise the House to follow is that adopted in the case of Lord Balfour and, therefore, I propose that the Leader of the House shall move the Adjournment when I sit down, and answer any questions on the alteration of Business that may arise, and that when we meet tomorrow, the tributes of the party leaders, and of Members who have personal memories, should begin our work after Questions. The Leader of the House will inform the House of the re-arrangements of Business which are necessary.