HC Deb 01 December 1953 vol 521 c957
Mr. Fenner Brockway

I indicated to you yesterday, Mr. Speaker, that I should ask your permission today to move the Adjournment of the House under Standing Order No. 9 on a subject of urgent public importance, namely The decision of Her Majesty's Government to depose the Kabaka of Buganda and to require him to leave its Territory. I do not wish to interrupt the important debate today on the Housing Repairs and Rents Bill, or the Division which will follow it, and I understand there is agreement on both sides of the House that this Adjournment Motion, if acceptable to you, should be taken tomorrow. May I ask, if that is the case, whether you would consider it tomorrow without prejudice?

Mr. Speaker

I certainly will consider it without prejudice tomorrow.