MR. T. M. HEALY
asked, as affecting the days Members might select for setting down Bills for second reading, if there was any truth in the statement in The Times that the Government had an intention to ask for Wednesdays for Government business?
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY
said, there was no present intention of this. Of course, if the Debate on the Address was extended over many days that Debate would proceed continuously, and so the Bills of private Members would suffer, but the Government had no present intention of asking for Wednesdays.