§ MR. DE COBAIN (Belfast, E.)
asked Mr. Attorney General, Whether, if a Bill dealing with the Local Bankruptcy Court for Belfast and for Cork were brought into the House, would the Government give facilities to enable the Bill to become Law this Session?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir CHARLES RUSSELL) (Hackney, S.)
, in reply, said, that this was not a Question relating to anything with which he had any connection whatever. His right hon. Friend the Chief Secretary told him the Question was practically the same as one answered by him the other day; and he could only repeat that answer—namely, that while the Government had no objection to the Bill, but rather approved of it, they could not give any facilities in the sense of giving up Government time for its discussion.