§ SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT
said, he could not state absolutely, but only subject to the view of the Prime Minister. He believed it was proposed to take the Parliamentary Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Practices) Bill on Monday, or, perhaps, Supply. If Supply were taken, it would be the Army Estimates.
§ SIR H. DRUMMOND WOLFF
asked when the Procedure Resolutions would again be taken. ["Oh!"] It was all very well to say "Oh!" but, as a matter of convenience, it was most desirable they should know when it was proposed to renew the consideration of these Resolutions. In point of fact, it had been made a Vote of Confidence. If the 1st Resolution were not passed, the Government had given an intimation that they intended to resign. ["Oh!"] He wished to know if the Government still adhered to the Procedure Resolutions.
§ MR. SPEAKER
wished to remind the hon. Member that the House was now going through the Orders of the Day. The hon. Member had already asked a Question, and had received an answer.