HL Deb 21 July 1937 vol 106 c824

My Lords, perhaps I may be allowed to make a statement about business. My noble friend the Leader of the House has asked me to say that in the circumstances of the Session, business being pressing and time short, he proposes to ask the House to meet at midday on Friday next in order to give a Third Reading to the Factories Bill, the Report stage of which is being taken to-morrow. This will enable reasonable time to be given to another place to consider the Amendments made in the Bill by your Lordships. My noble friend understands that this course is generally acceptable to your Lordships. It is expected also on Friday to receive the Milk Bill from another place.

House adjourned at eight o' clock.