When the time comes for the Minister to consider the Bills, may I ask him to bear in mind that they repudiate all the principles of British justice? There are three Bills. Is it not the case that the first makes a punishable offence a possible offence and not an actual offence? Is it not the case that the second Bill—
Mr. Speaker, I am submitting to the right hon. Gentleman— [HON. MEMBERS: " Speech."] I am asking a question of the right hon. Gentleman about legislation which repudiates the principles of British justice. I shall be content if I may deal with only the third point. [Interruption.] I suggest that I am putting a point to you, Mr. Speaker — [ZION. MEMBERS: " No."] — and that I am only asking a question. May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether the third of those measures makes a child of seven, who is guilty of an offence other than one punishable by death, liable to six rattan cane strokes and a child of 12 liable to twelve strokes, whether this can be done in public, and whether not even a medical officer need be present?