Adjournment

– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 25th January 1965.

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Photo of Mr Herbert Bowden Mr Herbert Bowden , Leicester South West 12:00 am, 25th January 1965

I beg to move, That this House do now adjourn.

Perhaps I may say a word about business and other arrangements. Guidance is already being circulated to Members on the Lying-in-State, applications for tickets for Saturday, the changed timing of the Ballot for Notices of Motions on Friday, 5th February, and the refreshment arrangements for this week. Approval will be sought tomorrow to Motions governing our attendance at St. Paul's, on Saturday, and the sitting of the House during the Lying-in-State.

As to tomorrow, I understand that the Opposition do not propose to move their Motion on the aircraft industry. In that case, no business would be taken after the Second Reading of the Consolidated Fund Bill, which, if the House agrees, will be taken formally. I shall be making a further statement tomorrow about the business for next week.

Question put and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly at seventeen minutes past Three o'clock.