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Business Of The House

Volume 116: debated on Thursday 30 May 1940

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5.13 p.m.

My Lords, I beg to ask the noble Viscount the Leader of the House if he can make any statement about the business of the House.

My Lords, it is proposed that the House should meet at four o'clock on Tuesday next, the 4th June, when my noble friend Lord Breadalbane is asking a question about the Local Defence Volunteer Force and the co-ordination of arrangements for communication and transport. At present there is no business on the Paper for either Wednesday or Thursday next, but I think it would be advisable, and probably in accordance with your Lordships' wishes, that the House should meet, if only formally, at the usual time on each of those days in case there is any matter on which His Majesty's Government might wish to consult or inform the House.

House adjourned at thirteen minutes past five o'clock.