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Business Of The House

Volume 41: debated on Tuesday 10 August 1920

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My Lords, we propose that the Third Reading of the Ministry of Mines Bill shall be taken early to-morrow afternoon.

The House will meet at a quarter past three. I cannot say that the Bill will be taken then. There are short Amendments from the Commons dealing with several Bills, and it is possible that there will be a statement about Poland—I do not know whether Lord Treowen is likely to raise that matter early. But we hope to take the Mines Bill as soon as possible in order that the House of Commons may consider the Amendments made by your Lordships.

House adjourned at half past seven o'clock, till to-morrow, a quarter past three o'clock.