HC Deb 29 August 1887 vol 320 cc279-80
MR. T. E. ELLIS (Merionethshire)

said, he wished to ask the Home Secretary, Whether, from the information he had received on the subject of the antitithe agitation, there was any reason whatever for—


Order, order! I must call the attention of the House to the practice which is springing up, after Questions have been gone through, and even after they have been gone through a second time, and after all supplementary inquiries have been put, of hon. Gentlemen rising to refer to the answers given by Ministers. This gives rise to great confusion, and I hope the House will not sanction the practice.