HC Deb 15 March 1894 vol 22 cc343-4
SIR G. BADEN-POWELL (Liverpool, Kirkdale)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Her Majesty's Government have now come to a decision on the Uganda Question; and whether any action will be taken in carrying out any decision of the Government before the opportunity has been given for a full discussion of the subject in the House of Commons?


As was stated on Tuesday, the Government will communicate their decision with reference to Uganda soon after Easter, and an opportunity will be given to discuss it. No instructions have been sent to put matters on a different footing in Uganda to that on which they were left by Sir G. Portal, and unless any unforeseen emergency should arise it is not intended to send any till after the decision has been announced to the House.