HC Deb 16 June 1882 vol 270 c1426

asked the Prime Minister, Whether, seeing the great amount of time now occupied by the asking of Questions in the House with regard to Foreign Affairs, he would not consider the advisability of commencing the proceedings on the Prevention of Crime Bill at once on the meeting of the House, and take the Questions after Progress was reported—after 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning?


asked, Whether it was not a fact that three or four times as many unimportant Questions were asked on Irish affairs as were put on other subjects?

[No reply was given to the Questions.]