§ 2.59 p.m.
§ LORD CARRINGTON
My Lords, I beg leave to ask the Question of which I have given Private Notice; namely, whether Her Majesty's Government will make a Statement on the United Nations resolution on Rhodesia.
§ LORD BESWICK
My Lords, my noble friend, Lord Chalfont, will be replying to this Question in a Statement which will follow a Statement on Forces' Pay which my noble friend, the Leader of the House, will be making at a convenient moment after 3.30 p.m.
It may be for the convenience of the House if I remind your Lordships that, as will be seen from the italicised Notices on the Order Paper, we intend to take into consideration any message from the Commons concerning the Industrial Expansion Bill at a convenient moment after it has been received from the Commons.