HC Deb 17 June 1895 vol 34 c1339

On the Order for the Second Reading of this Bill.


asked what course the Government were going to take with regard to the Bill. He did not propose to discuss it now, but there were very strong feelings about it both from the point of view of the proper control of the officers of the High Court of Justice, and of the serious objections of the officers themselves. Having regard to these feelings, in the present stage of the Session. it really seemed hopeless to attempt to pass it, and therefore useless to keep it on the Paper.


said, he begged to move "That the Order for the Second Reading of this Bill be discharged, and the Bill withdrawn."

Motion agreed to.