I have only forty minutes, and interruptions curtail the time at my disposal. I am quite willing to leave it to the house, and even to members on the minister's side, to read Hansard and see what he did say. Perhaps the minister himself has not read Hansard and is not aware of what he said yesterday. I should not wonder, if he read Hansard, that he himself would be surprised to discover what he said. He went a little too far and said just a little bit more 56103-60*
than perhaps some of his colleagues were anxious to have him say. However, that is my personal opinion.