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House Of Lords (References)

Volume 462: debated on Wednesday 16 March 1949

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Mr. Speaker, may I refer to your statement the day before yesterday when, in answer to a question about the other House, you said you would take the matter into consideration. Is it possible that you have considered it, or should I write to you about the matter?

I said, the matter about the other House. After I had put my question, Mr. Speaker, you said you would like to give that matter further consideration.

Yes, I remember now; the hon. Member said he was waiting until he got some member of his own Party in the other House so I thought that was a matter to which I could give consideration in due course.

Business Of The House

Proceedings in Committee on Housing [Money] exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of Standing Order No. 1 (Sittings of the House)—[Mr. H. Morrison.]