§ MR. SEXTON
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether, before taking the Report of the Vote of £91,000 in aid of the Irish Teachers' Pension Fund, he will lay upon the Table, or communicate to the House, the actuarial Reports of 1885 and 1891, and the Report of the Committee of Actuaries recently appointed to investi- 543 gate the alleged error of 1885, in consequence of which it is proposed to subtract £91,000 from the Irish education grant?
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
There will not be time before the end of the financial year for the Government to lay on the Table an exhaustive Report on this subject; and it would be inconvenient to present a too early actuarial valuation. A Treasury Memorandum is being prepared, and it will be laid on the Table of the House and in the hands of Members in plenty of time for the discussion on the Report of this important Vote.