My Lords, I have an apology to make to the House. As originally printed, the Order Paper for to-day showed the Motion on transport, in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Morrison of Lambeth, below the two Bills standing in the name of my noble friend Lord Jellicoe. This was a mistake, and the Order Paper has now been reprinted correctly.
§ LORD MORRISON OF LAMBETH
My Lords, I am obliged to the noble Viscount; and I hasten to assure him that there is no offence taken.
I thank the noble Lord very much.
My Lords, I should like to inform the House that at a suitable moment after half-past three my noble friend Lord Brecon will be making a statement on local government reorganisation in Wales.