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On the third Sitting Day we shall take the Committee stage of the Liabilities (War-Time Adjustment) Bill [Lords] and, if there is time, the Committee stage of the Public and Other Schools (War Conditions) Bill [Lords].
Regarding the Debate on the progress of the war, will the right hon. Gentleman consider, as a number of Members will wish to speak, putting down a Motion enabling the Sittings of the House to be extended, at any rate on the first Sitting Day?
In view of the fact that back benchers would like to take part in the Debate, apart from the big guns who take up most of the time, will not the Government consider giving an extension of time?
Will the right hon. Gentleman remember that it does not matter whether the House has been able to rise early, and that the important point is that upon important days the House should have more time for Debate?