HL Deb 29 February 1932 vol 83 c767

My Lords, perhaps the noble and learned Viscount who leads the House can tell us now what will be the business for the rest of the week?


My Lords, I am much obliged to the noble Lord for asking me this question. There are no Orders of the Day for to-morrow and therefore I think we may well give ourselves a holiday after sitting so late tonight. On Wednesday there will be the Third Reading of the Destructive Imported Animals Bill and of the Dangerous Drugs Bill, and there is also consideration of a Report from the House of Lords Offices Committee. On Thursday there will be the Second Reading of the Universities (Scotland) Bill and I understand that my noble friend Lord Charnwood has put down a Motion dealing with Waterloo bridge for that day.

House adjourned during pleasure.

House resumed.