§ MR. BRYCE (Aberdeen, S.)
As the right hon. Gentleman has announced that he intends to take the London Water Bill on Friday, may I ask if he proposes to proceed with it de die in diem.
§ MR. DILLON (Mayo, E.)
Can the right hon. Gentleman give any indication of what the business will be next week?
§ MR. LOUGH (Islington, W.)
And, in fixing the date for the London Water Bill, will the right lion. Gentleman bear in mind that the evidence taken by the Joint Committee has not yet been circulated. It is perfectly impossible for us to consider this Bill until we have the evidence.
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
I do not think it is usual to have the evidence printed before the House is in possession of the Committee's Report, and I certainly should think the House is in possession of all the relevant facts to enable it to discuss the Bill. I must not be taken at this moment to give an absolute pledge as to the business for next week, but I should think the Education Bill will be taken on Monday and Tuesday, and Supply on Wednesday and Thursday.