§ LORD PONSONBY OF SHULBREDE
My Lords, perhaps before we adjourn the noble and learned Viscount the Leader of the House would tell us what business there is for next week?
§ THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (VISCOUNT HAILSHAM)
My Lords, on Tuesday next there will be the Second Reading of a Bill brought in by my noble and learned friend Lord Buckmaster, the Protection of Birds Bill, the, Second Reading of the Bill which the noble and learned Viscount the Lord Chancellor introduced yesterday, the. Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Bill, and also the Second Reading of the Bill introduced yesterday by the noble Earl, Lord Halsbury, the Road Traffic (Speedometer) Bill. I believe that the noble Lord, Lord Kilmaine, also intends to ask a Question as to the contamination of seabirds by oil. On Wednesday a Resolution will be moved by my noble and learned friend Lord Buckmaster, suggesting the abolition of the Ministry of Transport. For Thursday no business has yet been set down.
§ House adjourned at twenty-five minutes before seven o'clock.