HC Deb 12 February 1891 vol 350 cc499-500

In the ordinary channels of information I see a statement that the Debate on the Vote of Censure will probably terminate on Monday. It would probably contribute to the convenience of the House if that statement were confirmed by right hon. Gentlemen and hon. Gentlemen opposite.


Will only one day be given to the discussion?


I was ready to give any longer amount of time that might be required. But it appears from the morning papers—especially from one peculiarly representing the Party opposite— that it is intended to conclude the Debate on the first day, and it is obvious that if this is so the fact ought to be generally known.