§ 69. Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
asked the Attorney-General when he proposes to introduce the Bill to amend the Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Act, 1927?
§ The SOLICITOR - GENERAL (Sir James Melville)
I have nothing to add to the answer given by my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister to a similar question on Wednesday last.
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
Does the Solicitor-General realise that that answer was that the Bill was going to be proceeded with as early as possible? I am asking when is the Bill going to be introduced, and whether the Solicitor-General recollects that it is something over seven months since the Attorney-General gave notice that he proposed to introduce this Bill on an early date?
§ Mr. MACQUISTEN
Does the right hon. Gentleman the Member for South Croydon (Sir W. Mitchell-Thomson) not think it is a mistake or, our side of the House to goad the Government on to introducing foolish legislation?