§ MR. PULESTON
asked the First Lord of the Treasury, Whether, in view of the severity of the provisions of the Naval Discipline and Enlistment Acts Amendment Bill, sent down to this House from the House of Lords, he will now consider the expediency of the First Lord of the Admiralty being a Member of this House?
I do not know whether the hon. Gentleman is right or not in the conclusion he draws from the nature of the provisions of the Naval Discipline and Enlistment Acts Amendment Bill. I am bound to say, in answer 1145 to the practical part of the Question, we have no intention of revising the Bill in order to bring the First Lord of the Admiralty into this House. We are quite satisfied with the present arrangement.