Tuesday, 5 April 1921
The House, met at Twelve of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.
May I ask whether the Government have any statement to make as to any further developments in the industrial crisis?
Reported, with Amendments, from the Local Legislation Committee [Title amended]; Report to lie upon the Table, and to be printed.
"to prohibit the use of captive birds in all shooting carried on under artificial conditions," presented by Sir BURTON CHADWICK; supported by Sir John Butcher, Mr. Frederick Green, Mr. Leslie...
Order for Second Reading read.
I think the House before it rises would like to hear what is the position with regard to the coal-mining dispute. I shall have to make certain announcements of a very important character before I...
(standing at the Bar of the House): A Message from the King, signed by his own hand.
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