§ Sir DONALD MACLEAN
It may be for the convenience of hon. Members if I ask the Leader of the House whether he can indicate what business the Government propose to take on the first day and the second day after we re-assemble.
The re-assembling of Parliament is a long way off, but perhaps the House will allow me to sketch out the first day's programme when we reassemble and I think the second day's business will have to be decided in the light of later events. On the first day I shall make the usual Motion to give the Government the time of the House. Then we shall take the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Bill, Second Reading; the Report stage of the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Bill [Lords]; the Second Reading of the Agricultural Holdings Bill [Lords]; the Second Reading of the Measuring Instruments Bill, and I hope we shall be also able to take the Second Beading of the Summary Jurisdiction (Separation and Maintenance Bill).