HC Deb 27 January 1902 vol 101 c975
MR. JOHN ELLIS: (Notts, Rushcliffe)

I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury, what course he proposes to take to afford the House an opportunity of discussing as a whole the changes in its procedure to be proposed by the Government, and whether the terms of such changes will be printed and circulated after his introduction of them, and a reasonable interval take place before the matter is again brought before the House.


Perhaps the hon. Member will be kind enough to defer this Question till to-morrow, when I shall be glad to answer it.

MAJOR RASCH (Essex, Chelmsford)

May I ask the First Lord whether he proposes to deal with the question of the duration of speeches—always excepting, of course, those delivered from the Front Benches.


Order, order! That hardly arises out of the Question on the Paper.