§ Mr. Eden
May I ask the Leader of the House a question about Business? I understand that a large number of hon. Members in all parts of the House wish to take part in the Second Reading Debate tomorrow on the White Fish and Herring Industries Bill. May I, therefore, ask the Leader of the House if he would consider a suspension of the Rule for that purpose? Also, may I suggest that we might take the Report and Third Reading of the Animals Bill before we deal with the other Measure? I understand that the Animals Bill is not controversial and can be got rid of very quickly, to the advantage of the herrings.
§ The Lord President of the Council (Mr. Herbert Morrison)
Yes, Sir. We are prepared to suspend the Rule tomorrow for one hour, in view of the general interest in the White Fish and Herring Industries Bill. We will rearrange the order of Business as announced and take the Report and Third Reading of the Animals Bill first and then the Second Reading of the White Fish and Herring Industries Bill and the Committee stage of the necessary Money Resolution.
§ Proceedings on Government Business exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House).—[Mr. H. Morrison.]