HC Deb 31 July 1919 vol 118 cc2294-5W

asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he is aware of the impression which is created in the country by an early Adjournment of the House as on Monday, 28th July; and whether he will take steps to prevent a recurrence of this situation, in view of the fact that the alleged urgency of Government business prohibits the discussion of the Irish question and other subjects of vital interest?


I do not think there is any disadvantage in the House rising early if the business is finished quickly, and, so far at least, as this Session is concerned, I cannot believe that there is any feeling in the country that the House of Commons is shirking its work.

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