HL Deb 08 April 1919 vol 34 cc220-1

My Lords, on behalf of my noble friend the Earl of Crawford, I beg to move that the Message of the House of Commons on Tuesday last be taken into consideration,viz.

"That it is expedient that a Select Committee of Five Members of this House be appointed to join with a Committee of the Lords to inquire into the conditions under which the Government works at Cippenham are being carried out, the cost that is involved, and the responsibility for the advice on which the scheme was undertaken."

Moved accordingly, and, on Question, Motion agreed to.

Moved, That this House doth concur with the Commons in the said Resolution.—(Lord Hylton.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.

[From Minutes of April 3.]