HC Deb 16 May 1895 vol 33 c1346
MR. G. J. GOSCHEN (St. George's, Hanover Square)

I think it would be convenient to the House if the right hon. Gentleman the Chancellor of the Exchequer would state the course of business for the next few days.


If, as I hope, the Second Reading of the Finance Bill is passed to-night, and we move the Speaker out of the Chair on the Civil Service Estimates to-morrow, it is proposed to take the Welsh Bill on Monday and Tuesday, and then to proceed on the Thursday and Friday with the Committee on the Finance Bill.

MR. HENEAGE (Great Grimsby)

When does the right hon. Gentleman intend to proceed with the Local Veto Bill? Does he intend to proceed with it before the Whitsuntide holidays?


I shall proceed with it as soon as I conceive that it is consistent with the business of the House that I should do so.