HC Deb 10 June 1895 vol 34 c766

gave notice that on the earliest possible opportunity he would move:— That this House censures the default of Her Majesty's Ministers to give effect to its unanimous Resolution on February 19 last, that it was incumbent upon the Government at once to take steps to restrict the importation of goods made by foreign convicts and felons, and condemns the continued neglect of the responsible Advisers of the Crown to bring before Parliament practical proposals calculated to relieve the distress arising from want of industrial employment and the depression in trade and agriculture so greatly aggravated during the past three years.

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