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World Government

Volume 476: debated on Wednesday 14 June 1950

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I beg to give notice that I shall call attention to the need—[Interruption.]

I shall have to call on the hon. Member to repeat that, as I did not hear a single word.

I beg to give notice that I shall call attention to the need for World Government and move a resolution.

On a point of order. The hon. Member for Yardley (Mr. Usborne) gave, as far as we on this side could hear, "1st June" as the date on which he would move his resolution, and the hon. Member for Sparkbrook (Mr. Shurmer) stated—and it was audible on this side of the House—that he would move his resolution "tomorrow."

I do not quite understand that point of order. It was not necessary for any hon. Member to say that he was going to move his resolution on 23rd June, because I have announced that this is the Ballot for Notices of Motion for Friday, 23rd June.

Further to that point of order. I understood that it was usual to notify a date. May I say, with due respect, Sir, that the hon. Member for Sparkbrook did say that he would move his resolution tomorrow?