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Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 22nd October 1935.

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Photo of Mr Thomas Williams Mr Thomas Williams , Don Valley

If we are to have three days for discussion, ought not the Opposition to be informed to-day what subsequent subjects can be discussed, apart from foreign affairs, so that in case the foreign affairs Debate should conclude to-morrow night there will be ample time to arrange for a Debate on Thursday on some other questions? Does not the Prime Minister see the difficulty in which he places the Opposition? The Opposition asked for a discussion on foreign affairs and invariably two days is as much as we can expect. Now we get three days. The right hon. Gentleman should give us some indication as to whether on Thursday an opportunity will be provided for an alternative Debate.