§ 49. Mr. CHARLES BATHURST
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the detrimental effect upon market gardeners of the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Kedwell v. Flint, depriving them of the benefits intended to be conferred by the Market Gardeners' Compensation Act, 1895, and of the fact that decisions founded thereon continue to be given by other Courts to the loss and embarrassment of this class of agricultural producer, he can see his way to take the remaining stages of the Market Gardeners' Compensation (No. 3) Bill, being a wholly non-contentious measure, without delay?
§ Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
My right hon. Friend is fully aware of the importance of the matter, but he can make no statement at present.