HC Deb 19 March 1885 vol 295 c1707

said, he wished to call the attention of the Prime Minister to the fact that the Resolution as to the conduct of the Speaker with regard to the suspension of Mr. O'Brien was on the Paper for Tuesday, the 31st, on which day he proposed that the House should adjourn; and he asked the right hon. Gentleman if he would regulate his Motion so as to admit of the Resolution being brought on?


said, he had already been obliged, with great reluctance, to state to several hon. Members that the Seats Bill did not admit of any delay to allow of other matters being proceeded with. The present intention of the Government was to move the adjournment of the House at 2 o'clock on Tuesday, 31st March.