47. Mr. W. M. WATSON
asked the Prime Minister if it is the intention of the Government to introduce legislation to give effect to the findings of the Royal Commission on Mining Subsidence during the lifetime of the present Parliament?
§ Sir B. CHADWICK
I have been asked to reply. The recommendations of this Committee will require much more attention than there has been time to give them at present, and it is impossible at the moment to say more than that they will receive the fullest consideration.
§ Mr. PALING
Are we to understand it is the intention of the Government to do nothing in regard to the mining question?