§ 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 1485 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.
§ MR. W. E. GLADSTONE
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.
§ MR. SEXTON
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.