asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he is aware that there is very widespread dissatisfaction with the Government's refusal to act upon the findings of the Royal Commission and to remove the embargo on Canadian cattle; and whether he will give the House an early opportunity of debating this question and the Government's attitude towards it?
I regret that owing to the pressure on Parliamentary time it is not possible for me to arrange a special day for this discussion. An opportunity will, however, arise if desired, on the Estimates. I must not be taken as accepting my hon. Friend's premises, which are, however, matter for argument rather than question and answer.