I thank the right hon. Gentleman for that reply. Will he ensure that not a brick is touched in this heart of the Commonwealth until this House and the public outside have had an opportunity to pronounce upon the matter? Often in the past London citizens have awakened—too late—after each fresh outrage has been perpetrated. May I refer the right hon. Gentleman to a letter in which I ventured to tender some advice to his predecessor on this subject on 17th July last?
I have been very particular about this. I can assure the hon. Member and the House that any published document will be available to hon. Members before it is available to anyone else, but I cannot at this stage commit myself to a date. Because I say that, to all that follows from the hon. Member's apprehensions this is the best assurance I can give now.