Orders of the Day — Adjournment

– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 1st May 1964.

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Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Pym.]

4.3 p.m.

Photo of Mr Tam Dalyell Mr Tam Dalyell , West Lothian

On a point of order. Would it he in order, Mr. Speaker, to have an Adjournment debate on the subject of teaching machines?

Photo of Sir Harry Hylton-Foster Sir Harry Hylton-Foster , Cities of London and Westminster

I was hesitating because of the wide definition in the last words of the Motion that we have just been discussing. It embraces so much—indeed, we talked about teaching machines in it—that it would be to continue on the Adjournment what we have just been discussing. The answer to the hon. Gentleman must be, "No".

Question put and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly at four minutes past four o'clock.