§ THE MARQUESS OF SALISBURY
My Lords, I do not anticipate from all that reaches me that our deliberations tomorrow need be very prolonged, but I am not quite sure what view the noble and learned Lord the Leader of the House takes as to whether he thinks it would be wise for us to meet rather earlier than usual.
§ THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL (LORD PARMOOR)
My Lords, I am much obliged to the noble Marquess for what he has said. I think perhaps he is a better authority than I am as to the time which the Land Drainage Bill may take, but I think it would be wise to suggest that we should meet at 3.30 tomorrow. There is no Judicial Sitting, and then at any rate we shall have the work well in hand. There is a mistake which I wish to correct upon the Order Paper. The Army and Air Force (Annual) Bill is put down for Second Reading in the name of my noble friend Earl De La Warr. The Second Reading will be moved by my noble Friend Lord Thomson.