§ LORD PONSONBY OF SHULBREDE
My Lords, may I ask the noble and learned Viscount the Leader of the House at what time to-morrow the House will sit?
§ THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (VISCOUNT HAILSHAM)
My Lords, I think it would be convenient if we met at half-past eleven to-morrow and have the Royal Commission at half-past twelve, which I understand is likely to be in accordance with the convenience of the other place. Some little discussion may arise with regard to the Humber Bridge Bill, about which the Lord Chairman of Committees has something to say. Half-past eleven would give time to dispose of that and also give time for the Royal Commission at half-past twelve.