Tuesday, 26 January 1965
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
I have a communication to make to the House. I have received, on the occasion of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, many telegrams expressing profound admiration and respect for him and sympathy...
The business for next week will be as follows: MONDAY, 1ST FEBRUARY—Second Reading of the Control of Office and Industrial Development Bill, and of the Kenya Republic Bill. TUESDAY, 2ND...
Notwithstanding the Order of the House of 4th November, the ballot for Private Members' Notices of Motions which are to have precedence on 5th February, to be held forthwith.—[Mr. Bowden.]
I beg to give notice that on Friday, 5th February, I shall call attention to the Youth Employment Service, and move a Resolution.
I beg to give notice that on Friday, 5th February, I shall call attention to the problems of skilled manpower in an expanding economy, and move a Resolution.
I beg to give notice that on Friday, 5th February, I shall call attention to the Dover radial route and its proposed extension through Blackheath, and move a Resolution.
House, at its rising this day, to adjourn till Monday next.—[The Prime Minister.]
Resolved,That this House will attend the Funeral of the Right honourable Sir Winston Churchill in the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul on Saturday.—[The Prime Minister.]
Order for Second Reading read.
Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. George Rogers.]
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