§ Mr. AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN
May I ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer in what order the Government are going to take their business to-morrow? I do not know whether he is prepared to state on what day next week he proposes the House should resume?
§ Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
To-morrow it is proposed to take the Report on the Accession Bill first, and we hope also, in order to avoid the necessity for a Saturday sitting, to have the Third Reading as well. Those will be the first Orders to-morrow, and after that there will be the Motion for Adjournment. It is proposed to adjourn either till Tuesday or Wednesday next. I am not quite sure which. It will depend rather on the House of Lords than upon ourselves. We will be in a better position to know to-morrow than to-day. We can inform the House in time. The Motion to-morrow will be that after Tuesday or Wednesday next the House will adjourn without question until Tuesday, 15th November.