No, Sir. I cannot promise that there will be a debate on that subject, at least as far as I am concerned, before the Summer Recess, but perhaps a discussion can take place through the usual channels to see whether some arrangements can be made.
Does not the Leader of the House appreciate the desirability of having such a debate, in view of the fact that this Report becomes very quickly out of date? Further, in view of the report on the Harrow disaster, is it not very desirable to have a discussion on transport?
It depends on whether there is time available and, as I have indicated, we are already very short of Government time, as is always the case at this time of the year. That is why I suggested—and perhaps the House will leave it at that—that we should see whether we can make some arrangement.
May I ask two questions? First, do the Government propose in the near future to make time available for discussing the Annual Report of the Colonial Office? Secondly, will the right hon. Gentleman provide an opportunity in the near future for discussing the Motion on the legal definition of insanity which is on the Order Paper in the names of hon. Members on both sides of the House?
No, Sir. In reply to the second point I can hold out no hope of time and, as for the first point, I should have thought that that was a matter which could well arise on a Supply Day.