HC Deb 16 February 1899 vol 66 c1100
MR. BRYCE (Aberdeen, South)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when the papers relating to the recent conference at Rome, on the subject of anarchism, will be presented to the House?


The conference resolved that their proceedings should be considered secret. It will therefore not be possible to lay papers on the subject. The British delegates did not vote on the final resolutions. This country is therefore not bound by the conclusions arrived at.


Do I understand that if any legislation is to be proposed on this matter papers relating to the conference will not be laid?


I must refer the right honourable Gentleman to the First Lord of the Treasury.