§ Mr. G. LAMBERT
In view of the importance of the Prime Minister's statement to-day, will the right lion. Gentleman the Leader or the house say what time it will be taken?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
It must depend on the House. My Noble Friend who is responsible for getting t ire business through considers it absolutely essential that the Lords Amendments and other Resolutions must be taken first. I hope the House will not spend a long time on these discussions.
§ Dr. D. MURRAY
I put a question down to the Minister of Transport, and it was answered by the Financial Secretary to, the Treasury. Why cannot I have an answer from the Minister of Transport?
§ Mr. SPEAKER
The matter came within the Department of the Treasury. It was probably an application for money.
§ Dr. MURRAY
Resolved, "That this House do meet To-morrow, at Twelve of the clock."—[Mr. Boner Law.]