§ MR. NUSSEY (Pontefract)
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether he has fixed a day for the consideration of the Report of the Commissioners appointed to consider the disturbances at Featherstone and the evidence taken before them; and, if not, whether he will grant some part of a day at an early date for that purpose?
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. W. E. GLADSTONE,) Edinburgh, Midlothian
I have no hesitation in saying that we shall propose some arrangement for the purpose of giving a moderate time for discussion, I hope adequate to the nature of the case, on the Featherstone Report. Nothing has been done as yet, and nothing can very conveniently be done at the present moment, but the discussion will take place within the present sittings of Parliament, and as soon as can be done with reference to the general convenience of the House.