§ MR. A. PEEL
asked the First Lord of the Treasury, When he proposes to take the Second Reading of the Police Superannuation Bill; and, whether he could arrange to place it as the First Order at a Morning Sitting?
§ SIR HENRY SELWIN-IBBETSON
asked the right hon. Gentleman, before he answered the Question, to bear in mind that the Bill affected a large body of public servants throughout the country; that it was opposed in that House; and whether, under the circumstances, the Bill should not be brought on when it could receive full discussion?
said, he entirely agreed with what had been stated by the hon. Baronet and suggested by his hon. Friend. He could not name a day for taking the second reading of the Bill at the present moment, but he would endeavour to place it as the first Order at a Morning Sitting.