Temporary Chaikmen of Committees.

– in the House of Commons on 28th November 1922.

Alert me about debates like this

In pursuance of Standing Order No. 1 (Sittings of the House), Mr. Speaker has nominated

The Eight Hon. Sir Frederick George Banbury, Bart.,

Lieut.-Colonel the Right Hon. Sir John Gilmour, Bart.,

years, and they do want some words of encouragement and cheer at the present time. I do not think that it is a question of his dignity. I have a greater appreciation of the Prime Minister than to think that. I think that it is because he conceives it to be his duty that he should not see them. But it does seem to me to be the constitutional right of the people of this country to be able to approach the head of the Government on questions of this importance at the present time

It being Half-post Eleven of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the House, without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.

Adjourned at Half after Eleven o'Clock.

Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. Arthur Cecil Murray,

John Frederick Peel Rawlinson, esquire, K.C., and

Robert Young, esquire,

to act during this Session as temporary Chairmen of Committees when requested by the Chairman of Ways and Means.