§ LORD SHACKLETON
My Lords, I wonder if I may add a personal statement—yet another apology on my part to the noble Lord, Lord Carrington. I know that it makes it difficult for him every time I apologise and that this is probably not the correct moment. I indicated earlier, when making a Statement on the supply of Parliamentary Papers and the situation in the Stationery Office that copies of yesterday's Commons Hansard were now freely available. I am told now (and I am going to be very careful about what I say) that it was Monday's Hansard that was available. However, I also understand that a number of copies of yesterday's Lords Hansard are now coming through. I thought it right to correct this. Noble Lords who are here will now know my apology and those who are not may, with luck, be able to read it in Hansard.