§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
wished to know what course the Government intended to take with regard to the Meetings in the Parks Bill? He hoped it was not intended to proceed with it; but if it was determined to do so, it would be convenient to know on what day it would be taken; and also when the amended Bill would be laid on the table and sent to Members?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said, the amended Bill ought to have been in the hands of hon. Members that day, but it would certainly be in their possession to-morrow. It was a Bill which the Government intended to proceed with, and hon. Gentlemen would have due notice. He could not say whether it would come on on Monday or not, but it should be at a convenient hour.