§ Sir DONALD MACLEAN
May I ask the Leader of the House whether lie can tell us what business he proposes to take next week, and if it is intended to sit on Friday?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
We propose that the House should sit to-morrow and take the Rats and Mice Bill, the Constabulary and Police (Ireland) Bill, the County Court Judges (Retirement Pensions and Deputies) Bill; the War Emergency Laws (Continuance) Bill, Financial Resolution; the Land Settlement (Scotland) Bill, Financial Resolutions;
Monday, the Aliens Bill, Report;
Tuesday, the Agriculture and Fisheries (Councils, etc.) Bill, Second Reading; and other Orders.
I hope that after dinner the Adjournment will be moved in order that the subject mentioned yesterday, the appointment of the new Coal Controller, may be discussed.
On Wednesday, Supplementary Army Estimates will be taken.
With regard to Thursday, I would rather not say until Monday what the business will be, as it has not been quite decided.
On Friday, we propose to allow the National Assembly of the Church of England (Powers) Bill to be considered.
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
On Wednesday we hope to introduce the Bill, but there can be no question of a Second Reading.
§ Sir D. MACLEAN
Will Mr. Justice Younger's Report be available, say, on Saturday, so that it may be used in Monday's Debate on the Aliens Restriction Bill?
§ Mr. BON AR LAW
My right hon. Friend the home Secretary promised yesterday to have it circulated as soon as lie could get some verbal observations from Mr. Justice Younger. I will see at once that steps are taken to have it made available.