§ Mr. Spriggs
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. From what you have ruled today, it appears that there will be a change of business somewhat tomorrow. As there is to be a debate on transport tomorrow, will you advise the House about the change of business?
§ Mr. Speaker
All I have done is to say that the first three hours tomorrow will be available for a debate on the matter to which I have referred. No doubt it will be made clear to the House what the business for tomorrow will be—but not by me.
§ Mr. Lawson
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. While I fully appreciate that the business of the House is not a point of order for you, may I ask whether, now that the Leader of the House is happily restored to health and is, happily, in the Chamber, it would be in order for him to tell the House whether there has been a change of business for next Monday? May I ask you whether it would be in order for the Leader of the House, if he felt it right, to do that now, as this matter has already appeared in the Press?
§ Mr. Tebbit rose—
§ Mr. Tebbit
Now that you have yourself announced that there will be a change of business tomorrow, Mr. Speaker, perhaps it would be possible for you to allow the Leader of the House to say what is to be the remainder of the business tomorrow?