§ MR. ARNOLD-FORSTER (Croydon)
To ask the President of the Board of Education if he will furnish a memorandum explanatory of the enactments proposed to be repealed under the Second Schedule of the Education Bill;† See (4) Debates, clvi., 411–412.‡ See (4) Debates, clvi., 1145.909 and the effect of such repeals, both in regard to the present Education. Bill and the various Education Acts dealt with by reference in the Second Schedule of the Education Bill.
(Answered by Mr. Birrell.) The repeals in the Second Schedule of the Bill are purely consequential on the provisions of the Bill. A memorandum can be furnished, in due course, showing how each repeal is necessitated by various provisions in the Bill.