– in the House of Commons on 22nd December 1919.
In view of the importance of the Prime Minister's statement to-day, will the right lion. Gentleman the Leader or the house say what time it will be taken?
It must depend on the House. My Noble Friend who is responsible for getting t ire business through considers it absolutely essential that the Lords Amendments and other Resolutions must be taken first. I hope the House will not spend a long time on these discussions.
I put a question down to the Minister of Transport, and it was answered by the Financial Secretary to, the Treasury. Why cannot I have an answer from the Minister of Transport?
The matter came within the Department of the Treasury. It was probably an application for money.
Resolved, "That this House do meet To-morrow, at Twelve of the clock."—[Mr. Boner Law.]