§ Considered in Committee.
§ [Major MILNER in the Chair.]
§ Sir Douglas Hacking (Chorley)
Before the first Amendment is called, Major Milner, might I suggest that it would be for the convenience of the Committee if you would indicate the Amendments you intend to call in order to give us an opportunity of considering the position?
§ The Chairman
It is not usual to indicate what Amendments have been selected, but the Chair has, I hope, made a judicious selection in order to enable a full discussion to take place on every matter of importance. It may perhaps also help the Committee if I say that in-those cases where the Committee is agreed Amendments might be considered together. The Chair will indicate to the Committee when that might be done. I do not think I can say any more at this stage.
§ Sir Joseph Lamb (Stone)
May I be informed, Major Milner, whether my position when the time arrives to discuss Clause 17 will not be prejudiced?