HC Deb 30 July 1941 vol 373 cc1392-3
37. Mr. Liddall

asked the Attorney- General whether, in view of the need of putting on the Statute Book the principles of the Solicitors Bill, now awaiting Second Reading, he will confer with the opponents and supporters of the Bill with a view to arriving at an agreement which will allow the Bill to proceed as an unopposed Measure?

The Solicitor-General (Sir William Jowitt)

My right hon. and learned Friend has been in communication with the Law Society, who have themselves been in touch with certain Members of this House interested in this Measure. I hope that agreement may be reached on any points outstanding, so that the Bill can proceed as an agreed Measure.