HC Deb 27 April 1960 vol 622 c210
The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Mr. R. A. Butler)

With permission, I will make a short statement on business.

Following the exchanges which took place yesterday, there have been conversations through the usual channels and it has been agreed that the debate on the Opposition Motion relating to the Blue Streak missile should occupy the whole of the Sitting today until ten o'clock.

Government business will, therefore, be rearranged as follows:

Tonight, after the debate on the Blue Streak missile, we shall ask the House to take the Third Reading of the International Development Association Bill, and also the Second Readings of the three Charity Bills which are in the name of my hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Sir H. Linstead).

Tomorrow, Thursday, after the Second Reading of the Charities Bill [Lords], which we hope to obtain by about eight o'clock, we shall proceed with the Report and Third Reading of the Civil Aviation (Licensing) Bill.

I hope that these arrangements will meet the general wishes of the House.