HC Deb 25 June 1891 vol 354 c1528

Order for Second Reading read.

MR. WOODALL (Hanley)

May I ask if there is any hope that the Government will facilitate the progress of this Bill?

MR. KELLY (Camberwell, N.)

The Bill, I may say, is in charge of an hon. Member who, I am informed, is not likely to be in his place for six weeks. It is not fair to the House to put the Bill down in this manner week after week.


No instructions having been given, the Bill is dropped, and will have to be revived.