§ SIR EDWARD SASSOON
I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether he contemplates securing the assent of the House this session to the recommendations of the Select Committee on Anticipatory Motions, which enlist the sympathy of all sections of the House.
§ SIR H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN
That must depend entirely upon the feeling of the House. Provided we can come to an agreement on the matter unanimously and without discussion, I see no reason why a Standing Order giving effect to the recommendation of the Select Committee should not be adopted.
§ LORD R. CECIL
What steps does the right hon. Gentleman propose to take in order to arrive at an agreement?
§ SIR. H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN
The usual steps. I do not think there will be much difficulty about that.
§ MR. BOWLES (Lambeth, Norwood)
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether, as a matter of fact, he intends to take any steps in order to arrive at an agreement?