HL Deb 14 February 1935 vol 95 cc964-6

My Lords, may I ask the noble Viscount the Leader of the House whether there is any alteration in the business and the sittings of the House next week?


My Lords, I understand that in addition to the matters which are down on the Order Paper, my noble friend Lord Howe has a Motion relating to traffic warning sounds. I presume it is with regard to the silence period which has been sug- gested, but I am afraid that I do not know more than that I hear he has put down a Motion for Thursday next. I do not think there is anything else additional—certainly nothing contentious so far as I know—for next week.

House adjourned at eighteen minutes past six o'clock.