§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY TOE IRE-LAND (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR) (Manchester, E.)
Perhaps it would be for the convenience of the House if, with regard to the statement made by the First Lord of the Treasury, I made a brief statement as to the Irish Estimates to-morrow and Monday. I shall be glad to have any suggestion from hon. Members opposite; but what I would suggest is that we should take first the Votes which have nothing to do with the more controversial aspects of the Irish Question. I would suggest that to-morrow we should take first Public Education and Land Commissions. After that, if we do not dispose of it today, we would on Monday take the Constabulary Vote and other Votes in their order.