HL Deb 12 May 1983 vol 442 c696
Lord Kennet

My Lords, it is rather late. I have spoken to the Front Benches of all the other three parties in the House and to those individual Lords who, I know, are interested in the Bill. All are agreed that it would be equally convenient to take it tomorrow. If the Government Chief Whip would be kind enough to signify his assent, I propose not to move that the Report be considered at this moment, but to move it tomorrow as last business.

Lord Denham

My Lords, I think that that would be possible. Obviously this Bill cannot get anywhere. If the noble Lord wishes to pursue it in this way, then perhaps tomorrow would be as convenient as tonight.

Lord Kennet

My Lords, I am much obliged to the noble Lord.