§ The PRIME MINISTER
On Monday, we shall take the Resolution allocating time for the Irish, Welsh and Temperance (Scotland) Bills. The terms of this Resolution will be put on the Paper to-day. Thereafter, if time permit, we shall take the Post Office (London) Railway Money (Report), and the Soudan Loan Guarantee (Report).
On Tuesday, we shall take the Financial Resolution of the Government of Ireland Bill, and shall also put down the Financial Resolution of the Established Church (Wales) Bill.
On Wednesday, Reports of any outstanding Financial Resolutions, and thereafter, the Consolidated Fund Bill (Second Reading).
On Thursday, the Scottish Estimates will be taken in Supply.
Friday's business I shall announce at the beginning of the week.
§ Mr. W. THORNE
When is it the intention of the Government to proceed with the Sir Stuart Samuel Indemnity Bill?
Can the right hon. Gentleman say when the National Insurance Act (Amendment) Bill is going to he introduced?
§ Ordered, "That the Proceedings of the Motion relating to Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, Limited, Agreement have precedence this day of the Business of Supply."—[The Prime Minister.]