§ Mr. CLYNES
The position is that the Government are anxious to proceed with this Bill when they are in a better position to judge whether, having regard to other commitments and the state of Parliamentary business, it will be practicable to carry it through all its stages during the present Session.
§ Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY
On a point of Order. It may not be the right hon. Member's fault, but we could not hear a word of his answer. [HON. MEMBERS: "Keep the Clyde Members quiet!"] May we have the answer repeated?
§ Sir K. WOOD
As the Home Secretary says the Government are now considering the position, may I ask what is going to happen to the Bill? Did he not state a long time ago that this Bill was urgent? Why has it been elbowed out by the Electoral Reform Bill and the Trade Disputes Bill?