§ 45. Mr. George Thomas
asked the Prime Minister whether he will now make a further statement on the responsibilities to Parliament of those Cabinet Ministers who are charged with co-ordinating the work of various Ministries.
§ 46 and 47. Mr. James Callaghan
asked the Prime Minister (1) for what matters the Secretary of State for the Coordination of Transport, Fuel and Power has any responsibility to Parliament;
(2) in what way the responsibilities of the Lord President of the Council, in his capacity as co-ordinating Minister for Food and Agriculture, differ from those of the Secretary of State for the Coordination of Transport, Fuel and Power.
§ 48. Mr. Arthur Henderson
asked the Prime Minister to what extent the Secretary of State for the Co-ordination of Transport, Fuel and Power is responsible to Parliament.
§ The Prime Minister (Mr. Winston Churchill)
As I think it would meet the convenience of the House, I will, with permission, make a statement at the end of Questions. May I be permitted to say at this moment that I am obliged to the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Rowley Regis and Tipton (Mr. A. Henderson) for postponing his Question from yesterday