THE EARL OF KIMBERLEY
As there is considerable anxiety with reference to the progress of the London University (Commission) Bill, I wish to ask the noble Duke the Lord President of the Council, to whom I have given private notice, whether he can give any information as to the intentions of the Government in regard to the pushing forward of this Bill in the other House?
§ THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL (The Duke of DEVONSHIRE)
My Lords, I have communicated on this subject with my right honourable Friend the Leader of the other House. The arrangements for business in that House will, of course, depend mainly on the progress of the Irish Local Government Bill. As soon as that Bill is disposed of, my right honourable Friend assures me that the London University (Commission) Bill will have a prominent place amongst those Measures which the Government intend to endeavour to pass during the remainder of the Session.