Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment. – in the House of Commons on 28th November 1922.
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I would like to ask the Prime Minister a question of which I have given him private notice, namely, whether—
Not the question I have disallowed?
Yes, it is the one—
Then I am afraid the hon. Member cannot put it. I offered
him an amended form which would have avoided repeating the question of yesterday.
I am very sorry to disagree with your ruling, but I only want to give the right hon. Gentleman notice that, if possible, if we get done in time, I propose to raise the question on the Motion for the Adjournment.
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