§ 47. Mr. CASSEL
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the Amendments foreshadowed by the Government in the provisions of the Government of Ireland Bill with reference to bringing the Act into operation, affecting fundamentally numerous Clauses of the Bill, he will afford to the Opposition an opportunity of discussing all the Clauses affected?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
In allocating the time on Report our efforts will be to secure to the Opposition the opportunity of discussing these portions of the Bill for which time was not found in Committee, and I will, in particular, bear in mind the importance of giving time to discuss the whole subject referred to in the question.
§ Mr. CASSEL
Will the right hon. Gentleman see that the Government Amendments are put down before the allocation of time on the Report stage?
§ Mr. MITCHELL-THOMSON
May I remind the right hon. Gentleman of his promise that at an early date, after the conclusion of the Committee stage, we shall see what the Government Amendments are, and can he say whether they will be put on the Paper in the next day or two?