§ Mr. BONAR LAW
On Monday we pro-pose to take Army Estimates (Votes A and 1).
On Tuesday, Supply, Supplementary Pensions Estimate, in order that the Royal Warrant may be discussed. We hope also on that day to get the Report of the Ministry of National Service Bill, and, if there be time, perhaps some of the other small Orders.
On Wednesday we shall take the Motion standing in the name of the hon. Member for Scotland Division of Liverpool.—["That, with a view to strengthening the hands of the Allies in achieving the recognition of the equal rights of small nations and the principle of nationality against the opposite German principle of military domination and government without the consent of the governed, it is essential without further delay to confer upon Ireland the free institutions long promised to her."]—[Mr. T. P. O'Connor.] On Thursday, Supply, Civil Service Estimates, Vote on Account.
§ Mr. G. LAMBERT
Can the right hon. Gentleman say when he proposes to take the legislation relating to the agricultural proposals of the Government?
§ Mr. CLANCY
Does the right hon. Gentleman propose to take Order No. 3—Courts (Emergency Powers) Bill—to-day?