§ In reply to Mr. MUNDELLA (Sheffield, Brightside),
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. W. H. SMITH) (Strand, Westminster)
said, he had every hope that the Technical Instruction Bill would be reached to-morrow evening at 11 o'clock. He could not indicate the exact date when the Education Vote would be taken; but he trusted it would be in their power to take it on Friday.
§ SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL (Kirkcaldy)
asked, whether the Government could not suspend the 6 o'clock Rule on Wednesday, so that if the Scotch Business put down for that day was not finished by that hour, the discussion could be proceeded with?
§ MR. W. H. SMITH
I should like to ask the hon. Member, in return, whether, after the exhausting labours of the House, and of the officers of the House, it would be reasonable that the House should continue to sit after 6 o'clock?
§ SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL
I beg to give Notice that I shall very much resist taking any Bills of local interest before those of general interest to Scotland.