HL Deb 25 November 1926 vol 65 c852

My Lords, I understand that the course of business, which naturally depends upon the way in which Bills come up to your Lordships, will make it extremely convenient in the public interest that there should be a formal meeting of the House at half-past ten to-morrow, to receive Bills from another place. On Tuesday we take the Electricity (Supply) Bill, of which we passed the Second Reading yesterday, and the anticipation is that we may have to sit after dinner on that day.

House adjourned at a quarter before five o'clock.