HL Deb 31 July 1924 vol 59 cc126-7

My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing in my name to give precedence to-day to the debate on India. When this debate concludes we shall then consider the Message from the Commons with regard to the Unemployment Insurance (No. 2) Bill. That was the arrangement come to and I think it suits the convenience of everyone.

Moved, That Standing Order No. XXI be considered in order to its being dis- pensed with for the purpose of allowing the adjorned debate on the Motion of Viscount Peel on India, and, in the event of a Message being received from the Commons as to the Unemployment Insurance (No. 2) Bill, the consideration of that Message to have precedence of all other Notices and Orders of the Day.— (Lord Parmoor.)

On Question, Motion agreed to, and ordered accordingly.

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