HL Deb 26 July 1937 vol 106 cc999-1000

My Lords, before the adjournment of the House, may I say one word to call your Lordships' attention to the business which is down to be taken first to-morrow—namely, the Cardiff Extension Bill—and to express the hope that your Lordships will be able to dispose of that Bill and get a decision thereon. There is a Motion for its rejection to-morrow. I may point out that the Bill has had a long and strenuous journey through both Houses of Parliament, and if it is delayed further than to-morrow I fear it would perhaps be difficult to secure its passage—that is, if your Lordships are pleased to pass it. Therefore I very much trust that it will be possible to dispose of the matter tomorrow and get a decision upon the Bill then.

House adjourned at twelve minutes before seven o'clock.