§ Mr. Eden
I beg to move, "That this House do now adjourn."
I think it might be convenient if I now make the statement of Business for the present series of Sittings.
Next Sitting Day—I shall propose a Motion to pay tribute to the memory of the late Speaker. The terms of that Motion will be on the Paper to-night. Afterwards it is proposed to move Mr. Speaker out of the Chair on going into Committee of Supply on the Navy Estimates, and to consider Votes A and I and Navy Supplementary Estimate in Committee.
Third Sitting Day—It is proposed to move Mr. Speaker out of the Chair on the Air Estimates, and to consider Votes A and I and Air Supplementary Estimate in Committee.
§ Sir Percy Harris (Bethnal Green, South-West)
Will Questions be on the Paper as usual on the next Sitting Day?
§ Mr. Ivor Thomas (Keighley)
Does that mean that the Debate on the Foreign Service will not now take place?
§ Mr. Thorne (Plaistow)
Will the Questions put down on the Order Paper for to-day be answered on the Third Sitting Day?
§ Mr. Boothby (Aberdeen and Kincardine, Eastern)
When will the appointment of the Chairman of Ways and Means and the Deputy-Chairman be moved?
§ Question, "That this House do now adjourn," put, and agreed to.