§ Sir W. BULL
asked the Attorney General whether, having regard to the fact that in February, 1925, the Solicitor-General stated that the Committee appointed in December, 1921, by the Lord Chancellor to consider the position of the Crown as a litigant had made substantial progress in the consideration of the matter, he is in a position now to afford information as to when the Report is likely to be issued or any legislation on the subject is likely to be introduced?
§ The ATTORNEY-GENERAL
I cannot at present indicate when the Report of the Committee is likely to be issued. The matter is in abeyance at present, owing to the death of the Treasury solicitor.