§ Order for Third Reading read.
§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Bill be now read the third time."
§ SIR ALBERT ROLLIT
would ask the hon. Member to allow this Bill to go through. There was a manifest feeling in the House the previous night that the Bill should be allowed to pass, because the English Bill had been helped by Irish Members. He would point out that this Bill was merely to assimilate the law of the two countries, and if they wanted to keep them united they ought to allow them to have the same laws.
§ MR. MARJORIBANKS
said, he would ask the hon. Member to put off the Bill for a few days, as the Irish Office had some Amendments to put down.
Third Reading deferred till Tuesday, 6th June.
§ MR. BARTLEY
said, he would draw attention to the fact that this Bill in its 1354 present stage was really opposed by Her Majesty's Government.