HL Deb 03 June 1942 vol 123 cc110-1

LORD NATHAN had given Notice that he would ask His Majesty's Government the present and prospective position as regards war-time nurseries; and also move for Papers. The noble Lord said: My Lords, in view of the fact that the debate on the Motion of the noble Lord, Lord Teviot, has been somewhat prolonged because of the general and great interest which it has aroused, I do not propose, if your Lordships will allow me to take this course, to proceed to-day with the Motion which stands in my name. The subject I regard as too important for a debate upon it to be opened as a mere pendant to another big debate such as we have just had. I shall, therefore, postpone my Motion to another date, when I hope I may be more fortunate.

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