§ 2. Mr. DAY
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether in view of the fact that in response to the communications addressed by His Majesty's Government to foreign Governments in 1931 for the purpose of fixing a regular date for Easter favorable replies were received from several foreign Powers, he will now consider again approaching those Governments who did not give a definite reply on that occasion, but referred the subject to a committee for further consideration, in order to see whether they will now agree to fix a regular date?
§ Mr. MABANE
Will my right hon. Friend bear in mind many important trading organisations in this country have recently passed reol utions expressing the hope that this w ill be done?
§ Mr. GALLACHER
Can I take it that Scotland will be excluded from this Bill, because she does not, want it?