My Lords, on behalf of my noble friend Lord Carrington I beg leave to ask her Majesty's Government the Question of which I have given Private Notice—namely,
To ask her Majesty's Government whether they have any further statement to make on the confiscation of Sir Frederick Crawford's passport.
§ LORD BESWICK
My Lords, with the leave of the House, may I say that my noble friend Lord Shepherd will answer this Question in the form of a Statement at a convenient moment after four o'clock.
May I also take the opportunity of informing the House that dinner will be served between seven and eight-thirty this evening.