§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether Her Majesty's Government have under consideration the Report and Recommendations of the School Inquiry Committee; and, if so, whether he is prepared to inform the House what steps they intend to take thereupon?
§ MR. GATHORNE HARDY
said, in reply, that the Committee had collected a vast deal of information; but it was be voluminous, and some of it had come so recently into the hands of the Government, that he should not he correct in saying that the question was under the consideration of the Government. At the same time, the question was one of so great importance that any Government must deal with it at the earliest opportunity.