Friday, 25 July 1941
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.]
THE VICE-CHAMBERLAIN OF THE HOUSEHOLD (MAJOR SIR JAMES EDMONDSON) reported His Majesty's answer to the Address as followeth:
I ask the leave of the House to make a brief statement on recent developments in Indo-China. The Japanese Government have presented demands to the Vichy Government for the occupation of naval...
Ordered, '' That the Proceedings on Government Business be exempted at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House)."— [Sic K. Wood.]
Order for Second Reading read.
Considered in Committee, under Standing Order No. 69.
Considered in Committee, pursuant to the Order of the House this day.
Resolution reported: That for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to extend the provisions of the War Damage Act, 1941, relating to payments in respect of war damage under Part 1 of...
Considered in Committee, and reported, without Amendment.
Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."— [Mr. A. Young.]
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