HC Deb 02 May 1843 vol 68 c1158
Mr. Roebuck

wished to ask the right hon. Baronet whether he did not think that some mode might be suggested by which the difficulties and inconveniencies of the present mode of giving notices and asking questions might be got rid of.

Sir R. Peel

for himself could say, that the subject had attracted his attention. He considered that some new arrangement was necessary. He had also to state that the right hon. Gentleman (the Speaker) had mentioned to him that this matter had also occupied his attention, and had intimated to him his intention to communicate with him, for the purpose of making some more satisfactory arrangement.