§ Mr. Arthur Greenwood
May I ask the Leader of the House if he will state the Business to be taken on the resumption?
§ Tuesday, 6th June.—Supply: Committee (8th Allotted Day). A Debate will take place on Colonial Affairs.
§ Wednesday, 7th June.—Supply: Committee (9th Allotted Day). A Debate will take place on the Location of Industry.
§ Friday, 9th June.—Supply: Committee (10th Allotted Day). The Ministry of Food Vote will be considered.933
§ Mr. Greenwood
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether, in view of the fact that the White Paper on Full Employment will be out to-morrow, he will make arrangements for a full and adequate discussion of it as soon as possible?
§ Sir Percy Harris
In the Debate on the Location of Industry, can my right hon. Friend indicate whether, in addition to the President of the Board of Trade, who, I understand, is to take part, the Minister of Town and Country Planning will also be present?
§ Mr. W. J. Brown
May I ask the Leader of the House whether he has considered the request made by the Leader of the Labour Party a fortnight ago—and by the Leader of my party—for an early Debate on the issue of equal pay in the public service?
§ Mr. Muff
In view of the fact that the Town and Country Planning Bill was to have been put on the Paper to-day and given the First Reading and that that has not been done, can the right hon. Gentleman say when we may expect to see that Bill in print?
§ Sir I. Fraser
May I ask my right hon. Friend if, in considering the Supply Days for the period between Whitsun and the Summer Recess, he will allot one of those Supply days to the Vote of the Ministry of Pensions?
§ Sir Irving Albery
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman if he will bear in mind a request which has been made by a number of hon. Members for a day to debate the detention of an hon. Member of this House? If he is unable to state now when such a Debate will take place, will he endeavour to fix a date as soon as possible?
§ Captain Peter Macdonald
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman in connection with the Debate on Colonial Affairs, in view of the very wide field that has to be covered, and the importance of the subject, whether he will consider giving another day later on, for a discussion of special area Colonial Affairs, since one day is not enough?
§ Sir William Davison
On the point raised by the hon. Member for Gravesend (Sir I. Albery) as to fixing a day for a Debate on the detention of an hon. Member, having regard to the fact that the hon. Member in question has now been detained for over four years, and in particular bearing in mind the change of circumstances which has since occurred, is it not a matter of urgency that this matter should be discussed by the House without delay?