Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. – in the House of Commons on 13th July 1922.
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Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."— [.Colonel Leslie Wilson.]
Lieut.-Commander KEN WORTHY:
May I ask the Colonial Secretary if he has any information about the Hague Conference? Also, when a statement will be made on the course of events at The Hague, and whether Papers will be laid?
I quite understand the interest and tender
solicitude with which the hon. and gallant Gentleman has been following the recent course of events at the Hague—
So have a million unemployed.
—but I regret to say I am not in a position either to offer him the encouragement of hope, or to send him to bed with the comfortable certainty of complete despair.
It is a pity you cannot give the unemployed a little help.
Adjourned accordingly at Three Minutes after Eleven o'Clock.
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