HL Deb 29 November 1984 vol 457 c1013

3.23 p.m.

Lord Denham

My Lords, at a convenient moment after 3.30 this afternoon my noble friend Lord Glenarthur will, with the leave of the House, repeat a Statement that is to be made in another place on Social Security (Board and Lodging) Payments. This will be followed by my noble friend Lord young of Graffham who, again with the leave of the House, will repeat a Statement on Skillcentre training.

Lord Diamond

My Lords, is the Chief Whip correct in saying that his noble friend will "repeat a Statement"?

Lord Denham

My Lords, with apologies to the House, may I say that the noble Lord, Lord Diamond, is right. My script is wrong and I should like to make a drafting amendment to it—"my noble friend will be making a Statement".