HC Deb 20 December 1888 vol 332 c864
MR. KELLY (Camberwell, N.)

asked the Secretary to the Admiralty, Whether he will cause a favourable reply to be sent to the Memorials, one of which has now been under his consideration for upwards of a year, presented by the Lower Division clerks in that Department, and in which they ask to be placed in the same position with regard to sick leave, &c., as that held by the other clerks and established messengers in that Office?

THE CIVIL LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY (Mr. ASHMEAD BARTLETT)(who replied) said (Sheffield, Eeclesall)

The Memorial has been received; but, in view of the fact that Regulations governing the Civil Service generally are likely to follow the recommendations of the Royal Commission, it has not been considered expedient to vary the existing Regulation in the Admiralty alone.