HC Deb 24 May 1886 vol 305 c1829
SIR R. ASSHETON CROSS (Lancashire, S.W., Newton)

asked the Vice President of the Committee of Council, Why the Return to an Address of this House as to the provision made by each School Board in England and Wales respecting religious teaching and religious observances in School Board schools, which has just been presented, has been presented in such a very imperfect state as compared with like Returns asked for in 1874 and 1879; and, what steps the Government propose to take to make the Return complete.


A Return moved for by Lord Colchester was made to the House of Lords in 1884, No. 1. The Return just presented is a Continuation Return and as such is complete.