HC Deb 12 March 1883 vol 277 c220

said, he wished to call attention to a point of Order, which arose out of the statement which the Prime Minister had just made in reference to the order of Business. The right hon. Gentleman said he proposed, if possible, to take a Vote of Credit on Thursday, and the Question he (Mr. O'Connor) wished to put to the Speaker was—Whether the proposal to go into Committee for the purpose of taking a Vote on Account would preclude any hon. Member from opposing the Motion to leave the Chair either on Thursday or on that day week?


If a Vote on Account should be proposed, either on Monday or Thursday, I should consider that, in pursuance of the Standing Order with regard to Supply, I should be bound to leave the Chair at once.