§ 45. Sir JOHN MARRIOTT
asked the Prime Minister whether it is proposed to give the House of Commons the opportunity of discussing the Report of the Inter-Imperial Relations Committee of the Imperial Conference, 1026, apart from the specific legislative proposals which may be necessary to carry out the recommendations of the committee?
§ The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)
In the normal course of business, there will be many opportunities next Session when matters arising out of the Imperial Conference will be raised. It is not, therefore, proposed to allocate a special day for it during this Session.
Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether it is the intention to publish the Economic Report?
Captain WEDGWOOD SENN
Does the right bon. Gentleman not think it would be desirable to grant time for discussing particularly the Government's official attitude in relation to the Mandates Committee of the League?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I think discussion would be more likely to bear fruit if Members had time to think about it first.