HC Deb 28 June 1883 vol 280 cc1715-6

asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether he would allow such questions as might arise in connection with medical arrangements to be discussed in connection with the Votes relating to the Transport Department, and not limit the discussion to the Votes on which it might more strictly arise?


agreed that it would be convenient that all questions arising out of the Report of the Earl of Morley's Committee on the medical arrangements in Egypt should be discussed together. It was not in his power to say what the Chairman of Committees might rule to be in or out of Order; but the Government would not interpose any obstacle to the discussion of any point whatever which arose out of that Report.