HC Deb 07 November 1956 vol 560 c135
Mr. Speaker

It might now be for the convenience of the House if I make a short statement on what I understand is desired to be discussed on the various days which remain for the debate on the Address. The present intention, I understand, is that tomorrow there should be a discussion on the Middle East; on Friday, there will be a general debate on the Question; on Monday, it is intended to hold a debate on economic affairs; and, on Tuesday, I understand that foreign affairs are to be the main topic.

I know that these topics are all subject to alteration in the times in which we live, but that, I understand, is the general idea at the moment.