§ Mr. COCHRANE
I beg to ask the right hon. Gentleman the Prime Minister if he can give the House any information regarding the business for the Wednesday and Thursday after Easter; if he can inform the House whether the House will sit at 12 o'clock to-morrow; and if he can give any information as to the date of the introduction of the Budget?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The Government propose on Wednesday, the 21st inst., to put down as first Order the introduction of the Welsh Disestablishment Bill. On the 22nd a Motion will be made that Mr. Speaker do leave the chair, and that the House go into Committee of Supply on the Civil Service Estimates. As a result of general agreement between various parties in the House a Motion will be moved to-night, before the House rises, that this House will meet to-morrow at 12 o'clock. I gather that there is no intention in any quarter of the House that the sitting to-morrow should be prolonged. I cannot make any statement at present about the date of the introduction of the Budget.
§ Mr. W. C. STEADMAN
Has the right hon. Gentleman any indication as to when the Home Office Vote will be taken?