HC Deb 13 September 1887 vol 321 c489
MR. WOOTTON ISAACSON (Tower Hamlets, Stepney)

asked the Secretary to the Board of Trade, Whether he would lay on the Table the Reports of Major General Hutchinson regarding the three fatal accidents which had taken place on the railway near Bromley?

THE SECRETARY (Baron HENRY DE WORMS), (Liverpool, East Toxteth)

in reply, said, the Reports of the Board of Trade Inspector had not yet been received, and he was unable to say whether they would be in his hands before Parliament was prorogued. In the event of the House being prorogued he would show the Reports to the hon. Member if he called at the Board of Trade Offices.