SIR H. CAMPBELL-BANNEKMAN (Stirling Burghs)
It is difficult to identify the Votes by their numbers, but I understand that the Education Vote has been put down for the morning and evening sittings today. Does the right hon. Gentleman contemplate going on with it? I think that many Members will probably be taken by surprise if it is taken.
§ MR. A.J. BALFOUR
The Vote has already been discussed, and I blame myself for not having asked the House to come to a decision upon it when it was last under consideration. It will be a convenience if the Government can get the money to which the Vote applies. Vote I. is the item to which I refer, but if there is any objection to take Vote 7, I certainly shall not take it this evening. It is the fag-end of the Vote that I am particularly anxious about.