§ SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT
I rise, Sir, to move—That the Orders of the Day be postponed until after the Notice of Motion for leave to bring in a Bill for the Prevention of Crime in Ireland.
§ MR. SPEAKER
I have to point out to the hon. Member that the Amendment of which he has just given Notice is not in Order, inasmuch as it is not relevant to the Motion to which it refers. This is a Motion confined to the order of Business, and if the hon. Member proposes an Amendment confined to the order of Business, he will be in Order; but the Amendment of which he has given Notice is not in Order.
§ SIR HENRY TYLER
I hope the House will allow me to say that since I gave Notice of my Amendment I have had some earnest appeals made to me to postpone it. Therefore, whilst feeling very strongly the truth of the words contained in that Motion, that I will do so; but I must ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he will give me a future day for it?
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Ordered, That the Orders of the Day he postponed until after the Notice of Motion for leave to bring in a Bill for the Prevention of Crime in Ireland.—(Secretary Sir William Harcourt.)