§ SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL
I beg to give Notice, with reference to a Notice which appears on the Paper this morning, that, before the Criminal Appeal Bill comes on, I shall ask the Attorney General whether in Grand Committee, an important extension of the Bill having been made, he did not say that he would loyally accept that decision; and, if so, why he has now put on the Paper a Notice to bring the Bill back to its original form?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENRY JAMES)
I do not know whether that is a sort of imputation; but I never stated anything of the kind. I stated that for the purposes of that Committee I would accept that decision.
§ MR. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT
Will the Chief Secretary for Ireland answer the Question I addressed to him?
§ MR TREVELYAN
I was under the impression that the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Secretary of State 1539 for the Home Department was going to answer the hon. Member. It is absolutely impossible on this subject to give any information to the House.