Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I understand that it will be convenient to discuss at the same time Lords Amendments Nos. 40, 48 and 56.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this amendment we may also discuss Lords Amendments Nos. 43, 51 and 59.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this we may take Lords Amendments Nos. 47 to 55 and No. 63.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this we may take Lords Amendments Nos. 41 and 42, which have already been discussed.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I cannot do that, but we can take Nos. 41 and 42 together.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. We are now discussing the motion moved by the hon. Member for West Bromwich, East (Mr. Snape).
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. This is a Question about the right hon. Lady's engagements for today. All this business about the transport industry has nothing to do with that.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. The right hon. Lady must be allowed a chance to reply.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Mr. Snape—I apologise, I meant to say Mr. Garrett.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I should apologise to the hon. Member for Norwich, South (Mr. Garrett). I wish that hon. Members would give me notice of facial changes.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: We now come to the two motions on social security in the name of the right hon. Lady the Secretary of State for Social Services. I understand that it has been agreed that they should be taken formally so that we can come to the debate, on the Adjournment, when the House can have a wide debate on the position of the self-employed.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. I am prepared to hear the word "humbug" applied to an argument but not to an individual.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. There are a great many Questions about import controls. I propose to move on to Question No. 10 as quickly as I can and not now to allow many supplementary questions.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I have to inform the House that I have not selected the amendment in the name of the hon. Member for Nottingham, West (Mr. English), but I have selected the amendments, in the name of the hon. Member for Newham, South (Mr. Spearing) at the bottom of page 12661 of the Order Paper, to the Motion dealing with Standing Orders. If it suits the convenience of the House I propose that we should...
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: That is exactly what I intend to do. I shall first put the first Motion, Motion No. 2 on the Order Paper, then Motions Nos. 3, 4 and 5, which will be moved formally. Then Motion No. 6 will be proposed formally and the hon. Gentleman will be able to move his amendment formally and, if need be, there will be a vote. The hon. Gentleman can then move the second of his amendments, if he so wishes.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Does the hon. Member wish to move his second amendment to the motion?
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I have a short statement to make to the House. On 7th August, I announced to the House the arrangements for considering the Starritt Report on the Security of the Palace of Westminster. I am glad to say that the following Members have agreed to serve on the small Committee, to be set up jointly with the House of Lords, to examine the Report: The hon. Member for Bristol, West (Mr. Cooke)....
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. There appears to be a private row in progress. It must not happen.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: The next Question is No. 4.
Mr Selwyn Lloyd: If the hon. Member bides his time, he may get a chance to do so.