§ Sir ARTHUR GRIFFITH-BOSCAWEN
asked whether, in view of the fact that it will be impossible to proceed with the greater part of the Housing of the Working Classes Bill in consequence of the refusal of the Government to propose the necessary financial resolution, it is the intention of the Government to bring in a Housing Bill this Session or to allow the present difficulties of administration to continue without amendment?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
It is not the intention of the Government to bring in a Housing Bill this Session. After what has happened this morning, there appears to be a prospect of carrying part of the present Rill by agreement.