Air Estimates, 1942.

Navy, Army and Air Expenditure, 1940 – in the House of Commons on 30th July 1942.

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Question, That this House doth agree with the Committee in the outstanding Resolution reported in respect of the Air Estimates,

put, and agreed to.

And whereas the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury have temporarily authorised the application of surplus receipts realised under Votes 2 to 11 towards making good the deficit in receipts under Vote 1.

3. "That the application of such surpluses be sanctioned."

[For details of Schedule see OFFICIAL REPORT, 28th July, 1942; cols. 435–6; Vol. 382.]

Resolutions agreed to.

Photo of Sir Charles Taylor Sir Charles Taylor , Eastbourne

May I ask for your Ruling, Mr. Speaker, as to whether I could speak, I got up and hoped to catch your eye on the report of the Army Estimates but I was not fortunate to do so because, with great respect, you were not looking at me. Am I too late?

Mr. Speaker:

Yes, it is too late.