HL Deb 18 March 1924 vol 60 cc570-1

LORD LAMINGTON, who had given Notice to ask His Majesty's Government whether they will have an inquiry on the different systems of disinterested management of licensed houses, and in particular on the licensing system in Carlisle, as was agreed to by His Majesty's Government last July and accepted by this House without a Division; and to move for Papers, said: My Lords, for the same reason that has been given, I have had a request from the noble Marquess, Lord Salisbury, to allow the Question which stands on the Paper in my name to be postponed till a later date. I beg to put it down for Wednesday of next week.


I was going to put down my Question for Tuesday. I sup- pose it will be discussed on Tuesday, but the noble Marquess from whom I have had a communication will know that the Notice I have put down for that day will raise the same questions.