Friday, 17 November 1944
The House met at Eleven o'Clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
I have two statements, which, with permission, I should like to make to the House. The first concerns a scheme which we have been working out for a system of short leave for troops overseas. On...
I have now to make a short statement about Palestine. On Thursday last, my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary gave the House a full report of the assassination of Lord Moyne. This shameful...
I think the House would wish to hear a brief statement about ex-prisoners of war who have just returned from Siam. As the House was told on 31st October, some 150 survivors from a sunk Japanese...
I have to tell the House that, after careful review of the war situation; and in particular our air crew position, it has been decided that the Joint Air Training Plan in Canada shall not...
Resolved: That this House, at its rising this day, do adjourn till Tuesday, 28th Novemer."—[The Prime Minister.]
Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. James Stuart.]
Message to attend the Lords Commissioners.
Question again proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."
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