§ Mr. RAMSAY MacDONALD
May I ask the Prime Minister whether he will be good enough to tell us what business he proposes to take after to-morrow?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
On Wednesday the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs will make a statement on the Locarno Pact.
Thursday: Tithe Bill, Report and Third Reading; and, if time allows, other Orders on the Paper.
The business for Friday will be announced later.
§ Colonel WEDGWOOD
May I ask whether the Debate on Wednesday will allow us the opportunity for a Vote?
I am perfectly ready, of course, to provide an oppor- 33 tunity for a Vote, but I am in communication with the right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the Opposition as to the exact form which the discussion should take.
§ Mr. THURTLE
Is it not a fact that the right hon. Gentleman has already given the House an undertaking that there will be an opportunity for the House to record its opinion on this projected Pact?
Am I not acting with only the usual courtesy if I say that I am in communication with the Leader of the Opposition as to the form of Motion, if any?