HC Deb 07 June 1887 vol 315 c1216
MR. STANLEY LEIGHTON (Shropshire, Oswestry)

I beg to give Notice that on this day fortnight I shall call attention to the manner in which Public Business is being conducted; to the fact that the Local Loans Bill of 21 Clauses was hurried through its Second Reading on Monday night without any explanation on the part of the Minister in charge of it, and without debate; also to the fact that many weeks have been consumed by prolonged debates on the Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill, to the almost total exclusion of other Business; and to move— That this House, while prepared to give a general support to the Government in the management of Business, is of opinion that too much time having been already spent in its consideration, the Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill should be passed through its remaining stages within a short and limited period.

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