HC Deb 15 July 1872 vol 212 c1150

Sir, am I correct in assuming that on Thursday, the 25th instant, it is the intention of the Government themselves to propose a Resolution in respect to the Judgment of Mr. Justice Keogh, or merely to give that day to the House in case they, after consideration, should wish to avail themselves of it?


In regard to that subject I wait for my right hon. Friend's final report on his consideration of the evidence. I stated that we should do either one or the other—that we should either propose a Resolution ourselves, or give an opportunity to hon. Members of doing so. When my right hon. Friend has had a little more time—and it is only two or three days since the last portion of the evidence came—I shall be able to inform the House of the course we shall propose to take.