HL Deb 05 March 1980 vol 406 c260

My Lords, I understand that, in view of the number of speakers on the main debate today, the noble Lord, Lord Gifford, has decided not to ask his Unstarred Question at the end of today's business. I thought that it might be for the convenience of the House to know this now. I know that your Lordships' will be grateful to the noble Lord for the consideration that he has shown in this, not only to your Lordships but also to the servants of the House.