§ MR. PICTON (Leicester)
May I ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he succeeds this evenng in getting the suspension of the 12 o'clock Rule, he will proceed with the Clergy Discipline (Immorality) Bill, seeing that the Bill is very much disputed, not only in this House but outside; and whether it does not come under the pledge recently given by the Government that contentious measures would not be proceeded with?
§ MR. E. ROBERTSON
Will the right hon. Gentleman resist any Private Bills being taken after 12 o'clock?
§ MR. ATKINSON (Boston)
I hope that the right hon. Gentleman will not give away the privileges of private Members.
§ MR. CRAWFORD (Lanark, N.E.)
I hope that time will be allowed to take the Bills of private Members which have reached the last stage.
§ MR. GOSCHEN
I will answer the questions which have been put to me when I make the Motion on the Paper.