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House Of Commons

Volume 155: debated on Friday 16 June 1922

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Friday16th June, 1922

The House met at Eleven of the Clock.

The Clerk at the Table informed the House of the unavoidable absence of Mr. Speaker front this day's Sitting.

Whereupon Mr. JAMES HOPE, the Chairman of Ways and Means, proceeded to the Table and, after Prayers, took the Chair as Deputy-Speaker, pursuant to the Standing Order.