HC Deb 30 May 1892 vol 5 c220
DR. CLARK(for Mr. MORTON,) Peterborough

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether in view of the opinion expressed by the Royal Commission on Vaccination in their recent Report, he can see his way to recommend Local Authorities to refrain from prosecuting until Parliament has had an opportunity of considering the before-mentioned Report?


It would be an unprecedented and an arbitrary course of conduct on my part to recommend Local Authorities to disregard the provisions of the unrepealed law in the manner suggested by the hon. Member, and I cannot see my way to adopt the suggestion.