§ MR. ARTHUR J. MOORE (Londonderry)
Will the First Lord of the Treasury say whether the Government seriously mean to pass the Irish Agriculture and Technical Instruction (Ireland) Bill this session. It has already been mentioned in three Queen's Speeches, and yet although the end of the session is approaching, we have only had ten minutes 782 to discuss it. Does the right hon. Gentleman assent to granting facilities for the reasonable discussion of the Bill?
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
I have already told the hon. Member or some of his friends that it was quite impossible to give any long time for the discussion of this Bill. If there is to be a lengthened discussion as regards this Bill, we shall, I fear, have to defer it to the next session.