Dr Christopher Addison: I expect that my hon. Friend the Member for Gorbals (Mr. Buchanan) will put me right in this matter. Suppose a man, because of financial or family trouble, should not produce the same number of pigs next year as he produced this: what is going to happen to his percentage of pigs? Is it to be lost? What are the Board going to do about it? Is that man going to his neighbour, to say: "I am...
Dr Christopher Addison: In view of the fact that the statement bristles with points which call for examination and discussion, and which will require legislation to give effect to them, may we be assured that the House will have full opportunity of discussing and examining it before any further steps are taken in the matter?
Dr Christopher Addison: Can we be assured that the Bill which will be required to give effect to the far-reaching proposals referred to will be circulated well in advance of any possible discussion?
Dr Christopher Addison: As the Prime Minister—
Dr Christopher Addison: As the Prime Minister is prepared to name the date to-morrow can he give us any reasons why he should not name the date to-day?