HL Deb 11 August 1966 vol 276 c1765

My Lords, the House may like to know, for its convenience, that it is hoped to adjourn at a suitable moment close to 1 o'clock. In view of the large number of noble Lords present today, and the recognised limited accommodation in our Dining Room, I wonder whether noble Lords would stagger their presence in the Dining Room; I am sure that that would make matters a great deal easier for all.

At a suitable moment after 3.30 p.m., my noble and learned friend the Lord Chancellor will be making a Statement on the Royal Commission for Assize and Quarter Sessions; and my noble friend Lord Rhodes will be making a second Statement, on the British National Export Council.