§ MR. J. MORLEY (Montrose Burghs)
I wish to ask whether the arrangement for taking the Foreign Office Vote tomorrow stands good; and what business will be taken on Monday?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER (Sir MICHAEL HICKS BEACH, Bristol, W.)
I understand that the arrangement referred to by the right hon. Gentleman stands good. After the Foreign Office Vote, the intention was to take the Vote relating to the increase of the garrison in South Africa. On Monday it is intended to proceed with the Committee stage of the Necessitous School Boards Bill.
§ MR. T. MORLEY
I am afraid my right hon. Friend the Leader of the Opposition will be away to-morrow, and it will be rather inconvenient if the South African Vote were taken in his absence. I should be glad to know whether that Vote could be postponed?
§ MR. T. BURT (Morpeth)
asked the Home Secretary when the Second Heading of the Workmen's Compensation Bill would be taken, and whether it was likely that it would be taken next week?
§ SIR MATTHEW WHITE RIDLEY
I have not had an opportunity of speaking to my right hon. Friend the Leader of the House since notice of the Question was given to me. All I can say is, that it will certainly not be taken on Monday, and I will take care that ample notice will be given.