Mr. H. Wilson
May I ask the Leader of the House whether he will state the business of the House for the first week after the Adjournment?
§ The Lord Privy Seal (Mr. Selwyn Lloyd)
Yes, Sir. The business for the first week after the Adjournment will be as follows:
TUESDAY, 7TH APRIL—Remaining stages of the Police Bill, the Continental Shelf Bill [Lords], and the Tenancy of Shops (Scotland) Bill, and, if there is time, the Income Tax Management Bill and the Emergency Powers Bill.
WEDNESDAY, 8TH APRIL—Committee stage of the Resale Prices Bill.
THURSDAY, 9TH APRIL—Housing Bill: Progress with the remaining stages.
FRIDAY, 10TH APRIL—Private Members' Bills.
§ Mr. Jay
While welcoming the return of the Leader of the House after his disappearance last night, may I express to him our thanks for affording us the opportunity this side of the Easter Recess to put down a number of important new Amendments to the Resale Prices Bill?
§ Mr. M. Stewart
Will the Leader of the House say whether the Government will find time for a debate on the South-East Study?
§ Mr. Emrys Hughes
Will the Prime Minister give consideration to the proposal that the proceedings of the Committee of Privileges should be televised?
§ Sir C. Nicholson
Has my right hon. and learned Friend any news now about the question of Statutory Instruments?
§ Mr. Lipton
So that the matter may be disposed of as quickly as possible, will the Leader of the House say whether the Committee of Privileges proposes to sit during the Easter Recess, so that the House may have its report as soon as possible?
§ Mr. Prentice
Can the right hon. and learned Gentleman say when we shall have a debate on the Government White Paper on the Compensation for Victims of Crimes of Violence? Is he aware that those who have been trying to legislate on this subject for four and a half years wish to congratulate the Government on their belated conversion to our idea?
§ Mr. Woodburn
The Leader of the House usually intimates the provisional business for the Monday of the week following that in respect of which he announces business. Is he likely to do that today, or is he departing from that procedure?
§ Mr. Fernyhough
Having regard to the fact that only limited progress has been made with the Resale Prices Bill, and that only one day of the week when we come back will be devoted to it, is this a sign of the Government's intention to drop it?