§ Mr. A. J. BALFOUR
I desire to ask a question of the Prime Minister, of which I have not given him notice, and he may think it would be more convenient to answer it to-morrow. It relates to the Motion he is going to bring before our attention to-morrow as to the business of the House. As I read the time Resolution, the intention of the Government is, as each of the Veto, or so-called Veto, Resolutions is passed, automatically to bring in a Bill embodying that Resolution. Am I justified in supposing that it is the intention of the Government to have three Bills, one for each of the Resolutions, brought in immediately and automatically and read the first time, as soon as the corresponding Resolution is agreed to by the House?