HL Deb 15 November 1906 vol 165 c5

My Lords, there is a Question standing in the name of the most rev. Primate which comes after the Education Bill on the Paper. It seems to me that the most convenient course, and that which would produce the most satisfactory discussion both upon the Education Bill and upon the question of the most rev. Primate, would be that we should take these Orders as they stand on the Paper—that is to say, that we should at once go into Committee on the Education Bill and continue that discussion up to the time when we adjourn for dinner, and that then we should leave the Education Bill for to-night and, on resuming our proceedings at 9 o'clock, proceed with the debate arising on the most rev. Primate's Question. If your Lordships approve of that, I propose to take that course.