§ MR. ASQUITH
said the Government proposed to take on Monday the statement of the Chief Secretary, and the introduction and First Reading of the Irish Land Bill. On Tuesday, in accordance with an arrangement entered into between both sides of the House, the Education (Scotland) Bill would be taken up to 8.15 on Report and Third Reading. He hoped his hon. friends who represented Scotland would be disposed to come into that agreement. From 8.15 the Prevention of Crime Bill would be considered on Report, and, he hoped, on Third Reading also. Wednesday and Thursday as already stated would be devoted to the Education Bill. He would be able on Monday or Tuesday 1436 to make a statement as to the business on Friday.
§ MR. KEIR HARDIE
inquired whether any day had yet been fixed for taking the Report stage of the Coal Mines (Eight Hours) Bill.