Sir HENRY DRAYTON:
Probably some time limit might be put on overdrafts. I do not know whether it should be, but that is something we can discuss conveniently when we have the details of the Bill before us. A Bill must be brought down. This is something that cannot be made effective by resolution, because the question of stamp taxation must be supported by a Bill, and when that Bill is in committee my hon. friend will have an opportunity of criticising its provisions.