HC Deb 13 July 1893 vol 14 cc1484-5
MR. SEXTON (Kerry, N.)

As I am unwilling to bring forward any question affecting the Chairman of Committees when the Chairman is obliged to be in the Chair on a Vote on Account or upon any Vote in Committee of Supply, I wish to ask the Prime Minister if he will consider, at the conclusion of the Committee on the Home Rule Bill, whether he can afford facilities for the discussion of a Motion of which I have given notice in connection with what I regard as my unwarrantable and illegal expulsion from the Chamber by the personal order of the Chairman of Committees, and from the precincts of the House by the Serjeant-at-Arms.


My hon. Friend has put a question with regard to a period a fortnight removed from the present time. We must necessarily, when we come to the close of the Committee stage, consider the condition of Supply. I am afraid it is doubtful indeed; otherwise I should be glad to give the hon. Member every opportunity legitimately within my power for a discussion.


I shall take such opportunity as may offer for claiming an expression of the opinion of the House and redress for a wrong which in my judgment demands reparation.